Author Archives: Terry

4 Behaviours World Class CEOs Apply To Projects and Life

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A Harvard Business Review Article references a 10 year study that discusses the four (4) behaviours that make for a World Class CEO: Decide with Confidence and Speed Be Relationship Masters Be Proactive in Adapting to Change Practice Relentless Consistency The article resonated with me as it made me think of how I’ve applied (or   …Continue Reading


The Science of Process Flowing and Data to Dramatically Improve your Health

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“Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.” ― Winston S. Churchill Imagine if you mapped out your lifestyle? What would you find? A recent Public Health survey in England found that 80% of people aged 40-60 are overweight, hardly exercise, or drink too much. All this can lead to type 2 diabetes,   …Continue Reading


My Life Changes Best Lessons Learned in 2016

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As 2016 comes to an end, I would like to share with you a few of my lessons learned. I exercise every morning.  When traveling for work I attempted to use the hotel gym after work with mixed results.  It was much simpler and more of a pleasure to head out for a drink and   …Continue Reading


How I am Playing Golf again after 9 Years

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Personal Core Value: Health I read a story about how health was recommended as the number #3 priority in your life and I think that was absurd. Health should be your # 1 priority and personal value as it affects not only your own life but all the people’s lives around you. Life sucks sometimes.   …Continue Reading


Find Meaning, Purpose, and Challenge in Your Career

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“Imagine what a harmonious world it could be if every single person, both young and old, shared a little of what he is good at doing.” – Quincy Jones Careers are like roller coasters, they have peaks and valleys, one day you are the King and the next you are the Goat. You are only   …Continue Reading


My Life Changes is Back!

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My Life Changes is Back! My Life Changes was born out of the desire to create a method for people to live according to their deepest personal values. That is why it isn’t just a run of the mill blog. It is a place to discover your innermost mission, values and goals in life. I   …Continue Reading


After Paris The World Needs More Safety, Health, Happiness and Gratefulness

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The tragedy from Paris was planned by people with no regard for human life. It was planned by terrorists whose personal values don’t support basic humanity.  A terrible tragedy. As humans, what do we all want more of? I have this saying I sometimes repeat to myself. “I wish you and I a life of   …Continue Reading


5 Reasons Why Fear is Your Greatest Career Challenge

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When I took a Dale Carnegie course on public speaking we had to give 3 small speeches a night. There was a formula to follow, but there were no note cards or Power Point slides, just your memory and the formula to make it more compelling. If that was not fear inducing enough, during one   …Continue Reading


The 25 Life Changing and Magical Ways to be Grateful in Life

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I’ve read hundreds of books on self-development, philosophy, sociology and business. I’ve written dozens of articles. I’ve meditated for months. The one thing that has been a life changer for me is feeling grateful. Grateful for what I have in life. It has to become a habit I practice every day. If you don’t practice   …Continue Reading


5 Reasons Why Nature is Your Ultimate Source of Gratitude and Zen

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In my article that generated almost 400 likes and shares on Facebook I mentioned “get out in nature to marvel at this beautiful planet spinning in a universe surrounded by billions of stars.” Let’s find a few more ways to incorporate more of these awe inspiring habits into your life You have been given the   …Continue Reading