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Fear Less Life Lessons From A Stunt Gal, Episode 4. Moths to a Flame

I am having fun sharing this metaphor with you – What if your life is a movie and each element in making that movie is a part of you? Who is the Stunt Player in you who faces your fears and takes action? In Parts 1-3 we discovered several ideas that are expanded here, so […]

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Fear Less Life Lessons From A Stunt Gal, Episode 1

Fear, I’m Loving It. Fear Less Life Lessons From A Stunt Gal, Episode 1 Fear sure is rampant in this era, isn’t it? I am writing a series about fear. Certainly from a stunt person’s point of view, fear is something many people think we don’t have. And perhaps, for certain people, that is true. […]

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Candidates Need Acting Coach, Part 2. or 5 Keys to Being a Positive Image

Act Better, Donald By Lisa Loving Dalton The Poli-anna of Politics   Donald Trump needs to be a better actor if he wants to be a winner, and I, the Poli-anna of Politics, am just the coach for him.   I am not implying that the Don should be an actor. Most of us suspect […]

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Lisa Dalton Blogger

Lisa Dalton Blogger  welcomes you! Most of these posts are contemplative and were written within a 30 day period of my life several years ago. A brief prompt was given, a limited time for writing was established, a title required and a photo selected all within about 30-40 minutes. I hope you enjoy them and […]

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In to it shun

Whenever leaders face a problem, they automatically measure it-and begin solving it–using the Law of Intuition.  #8, John Maxwell Today I took my dog and my cousin and her dog down town to Dallas’ Adolphus Hotel to have cider and sugar cookies while listening to the Turtle Creek Chorale singing beautiful music broadcast live on […]

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Rodney Dangerfield, I know what you mean!

Followers are attracted to people who are better leaders than themselves.  That is the Law of Respect. #7 John Maxwell I think sixth grade was the year I deeply fell into enamour with my teachers. Particularly one teacher who I decide was so powerful I called her Father, instead of Sister. I suspect my indignation […]

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this is not worth reading, so skip it.

Frankly, my dear, i don’t give a damn! some frequently misquoted little movie Pretty tired today and not really in the mood to write. Not exactly sure what’s going on, guess its just a bit of overwhelm.  I seem to be crying quite a bit and perhaps I have lost some boundaries. Not quite sure […]

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The Revenge of a 7 Year Old!

Successes teach you what you’re capable of doing and give you confidence. However, your failures often teach greater lessons. They reveal wrong assumptions, character flaws, errors in judgement, and poor working methods. Law # 4, Navigation Law #19, Timing Ok, so I thought I slid through 2nd grade without any major lessons relating to how […]

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Lifting the LID!

“The Higher you want to climb, the more you need leadership. The greater the impact you want to make, the greater your influence needs to be.”    John Maxwell Every once in a while I get a hankerin’ fer some ice cream. A mountain of beautiful creamy white swirl of soft, lickable ice cream. When that […]

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The Lost Ballerina

Great Leaders gain authority by giving it away. James B. Stockdale #3 The Law of Process: Leadership skill is built one day at a time. #12 The Law of Empowerment-Empower others to lead. I don’t recall a great deal about my second and third grade years regarding lessons in leadership. When I got to fourth […]

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