Call of Duty
Do you sometimes wonder whether the career path you are charting is the right one for you? Does your mind challenge you with creative ideas and radical visions? Is there a force inside you reminding you that there is a great deal to accomplish, and you are not living up to your potential?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then it is time for you to experience three levels of change:
1. Embracing your inner core
2. Expanding your vision
3. Evaluating your circle of influence
Don’t let another summer slip by, while you sit in confusion, wondering what to do next. Every action, decision and step you’ve taken so far supports where you are and where you are going. Decide and take action.
from the "Call of Duty" extended feature!
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Another Year, Another Birthday
Today I reflect on another year gone by.
365 days of living and loving,
of rising and falling,
of questioning and answering,
of sharing and safeguarding,
of learning and stretching,
of succeeding and stumbling,
of laughing and mourning,
of giving and receiving,
of resting and moving,
of planning and leaping,
of being surprised and amazed,
challenged and humbled.
Thank You for such a wonderful gift.
Thank You for another day lived.
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