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One Idea Can Change Your Life

One Idea Can Change Your Life

One Idea Understood In March of this year my Newsletter was titled:  "The Power of IT is what it IS"This is an email response I received from one of my Newsletter Subscribers about how she lives the Practice and how it has positively helped her to deal with the...

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Bob Talks About…….Conquering Being Overwhelmed!

Bob Talks About…….Conquering Being Overwhelmed!

Whenever you start to feel the pressure, tension and stress of being OVERWHELMED.... ....STOP being BUSY! MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH YOURSELF: Take the time to stop the action—write down all that is ON YOUR MIND! Get it down on paper! Note: When you get all that...

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The Law of the Garbage Truck

The Law of the Garbage Truck

Every once in a while, I get an email from one of my subscribers that is worth keeping and passing along to others. Here is one I received that is very worthwhile reading. One day I hopped in a taxi and we took off for the airport. As we were driving, a car jumped out...

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Make Someone’s Day!

Make Someone’s Day!

If you have ever been to a presentation of mine, you are no doubt familiar with my "Amazing" pins that I had made up several years ago. Over the years I have given away thousands of these pins to acknowledge and validate people from all walks of life. I usually...

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Raising the Bar on “Ordinary”

Raising the Bar on “Ordinary”

In my travels across Canada and the U.S., I often come across people who have a job that may not be considered by most people as a Great job, but have had the guts, courage and initiative to raise the bar on “Ordinary.” Let me give you a recent example of one of my...

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Going Above and Beyond-“It’s not my job.”

Going Above and Beyond-“It’s not my job.”

Several years ago, I was invited to speak at a Conference in Ottawa. When I arrived, I checked into the downtown Courtyard Marriott, and when I gave my name at the front desk the staff member said, "We were expecting you Mr. Koehler, We are glad you are here". I WAS...

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“The most important thing I learned was to stop being a Victim and take ownership of my life.”

“The most important thing I learned was to stop being a Victim and take ownership of my life.”

“I was very hesitant about spending this afternoon listening to a speaker. I do not feel that way after your session, I am leaving this day feeling “Amazing’”