Communication Is an Art

“Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth?” Chris Tucker’s character Carter yelled this at Lee played by Jackie Chan in the movie Rush Hour trying to bridge the communication gap between them. Well, it was more a language barrier, but what Carter understood is that good communication is crucial to having a meaningful and relevant relationship. It’s the cornerstone of any lasting relationship – whether they are fictional cops or our real life associates. Understandably, good communication is an art and like any other art, not all of us are naturally gifted in it. We need to train ourselves to become adept at successfully communicating.…
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Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
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Communication Is an Art

“Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth?” Chris Tucker’s character Carter yelled this at Lee played by Jackie Chan in the movie Rush Hour trying to bridge the communication gap between them. Well, it was more a language barrier, but what Carter understood is that good communication is crucial to having a meaningful and relevant relationship. It’s the cornerstone of any lasting relationship – whether they are fictional cops or our real life associates. Understandably, good communication is an art and like any other art, not all of us are naturally gifted in it. We need to train ourselves to become adept at successfully communicating.…
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Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
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