Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Making of “I’m Fine, Thanks”

After reading Adam Baker’s two articles on the making of his documentary “I’m Fine, Thanks” I am inspired. At the end of his article he challenges his readers to take sticky note and write a big, hairy, audacious goal and … Continue reading

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Clearing a path

In March I wrote that I have seven or eight more speeches to give in order to attain my Advanced Communicator Bronze at Toastmasters (Plotting towards ACB). That was just a little over a month ago. I now have only … Continue reading

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Stepping forward

As I prepare to complete my term as President of Garden City Toastmasters a few months from now I’ve been looking ahead and asking “what’s next?” I remember that some of the executive members from my first club, Humber Shores … Continue reading

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Pick up your mat and walk

For the last few weeks I’ve been posting my stats for my stair climbing exercise program to Facebook and Twitter. One of my Facebook friends recently asked what is my motivation for doing the stairs. There is a story of … Continue reading

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What do I want

According to Goal Achievers International the first step towards achieving a goal is to write down the goal. After some reflection I wrote down the following in my personal journal: What is my goal? To have a career that is financially rewarding … Continue reading

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