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Visualizing Success

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if you do not believe that something can happen, your actions will reinforce that belief. Henry Ford said “whether you think you can or think you can’t-you are right.”

Paul Weeks Litchfield

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Mr. Litchfield’s job was to develop a superior pneumatic automobile tire and improve bicycle and carriage tire production. In 1901, he designed the straight side tire and by 1905, he had improved the tire enough that Goodyear was selling tires as original equipment for automobiles.

What Do You Really Want?

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Did you know that high achievers have bigger visions? They have the perspective that anything can happen-so they let themselves dream big.

The Twelve Week Year

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Planning is followed by process control which begins with the identification of tools and events that align daily actions with the most important actions for ultimate success. Ensuring that you focus your time on critical actions for success, these tools and events are essential to creating the outcomes you want.

“Happy Xmas” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono

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As you prepare for 2016, don’t forget to reflect upon 2015 successes. One of the best ways to create our future is to leverage what we know about our past successes!

Get to Know Litchfield Park, Arizona

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The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio founded this beautiful community in 1917 during WWI and because of the boll weevil infestation in the south. Mr. Litchfield was looking to grow long-staple cotton

Building Your “COTE” of Amour

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The more competence you feel the more confidence you feel which motivates you to take on more challenges successfully resulting in more confidence.
Dr Peggy Marshall

All In Change Agility

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Think about the following questions as you evaluate the changes you are trying to make in your life. How does the E+E+E formula fit into your change agility?
Dr Peggy Marshall

Spring Cleaning You

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March is the month that we begin to feel the effects of Spring weather. It’s wonderful to see new blooms as we cast off the dreariness of winter. When I lived in Ohio I used to give my house a Spring Cleaning. We can use this analogy when we think about spring cleaning ourselves. Ask yourself-what do I need to clean out; what do I need to let go of? Where are the cobwebs?