Month: January 2015

  • Creativity: The Misunderstood Giant

    Creativity is a giant. It has the potential to build glorious cities and civilizations, or to trample us underfoot. Like giants, and other fairytale creatures, creativity is a concept that’s considered trivial, vague, and nonsensical. Often, we leave creativity to the “artsy, hipster, weird” people. If creativity has the possibility of creating such wonderful things […]

  • LifeSuccess.com Video Update!

    Sometimes, life and success are not always what we anticipate. The ways in which we respond to circumstances that happen to us is what makes beauty, joy, and fulfillment out of the unexpected. As we (Lee, Dakota, and Mitch) have been trying to get things moving forward on the site, company, and movement that is LifeSuccess.com […]

  • The LifeSuccess.com Birth Day

    Yesterday, January 1, 2015, we celebrated the birth of the LifeSuccess.com website. We added several blog posts and the overall framework of this new site and I am thrilled to report that we recorded over 1,600 page  views before the day’s end. Yes, LifeSuccess.com is officially alive in 2015 but this project has  been in the […]

  • Remain Flexible for Personal Growth

    As we get older and set in our ways, we tend to lose flexibility. Not just the flexibility that allows our bodies to move freely, but also the flexibility that allows us to think freely. We tend to dismiss new ideas and new ways to look at the things which may be unfamiliar to us. […]

  • Be Thoughtful in Everything You Do

    Most people don’t take the time to be thoughtful. Many times, we come across individuals who make decisions without first doing the most important part of the decision making process: thinking. Even the most successful people in this world can coast through life on “autopilot,” not realizing their lack of thoughtfulness. What inspires you to […]

  • Motivation Does Not Exist

    As a senior in college, I’ve experienced a multitude of varying studying habits during my stay at Hanover College. I’ve seen the studious students, the slackers, the procrastinators, the cheaters — you name it, I’ve seen it, and perhaps even tried it out for myself. There is one style of study, however, that I have never […]

  • Don’t be the Boss

    At some point in our lives, we all have the opportunity to “be the boss”. We might find ourselves overseeing a specific project, a manager, a supervisor, or a key role player in a situation. Whatever this might look like, at some point you will have authority of some kind over others. This next part […]

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