Logan Stix on Well-Known Rules of Thumb

Some Rules of Thumb That Are Well Known And Often Used And Very Applicable.  See if there are a few you use, one of my favorites is the 80/20 rule! Business at Hand – What is important now, not what may be important in the future. First Things First – Often used when organizing or planning a project or schedule, it refers to putting activities or tasks in a useful priority. Activities. On The Front Burner – Used to describe something that is the current focus of attention. Also indicates that something is a high priority. A Stitch In Time – If you address problems...

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Some Famous Quotes by Yogi Berra!

Logan Stix’s Hero to Live By, Yogi Berra! I’m sure we all know Yogi Berra!  The famous baseball player is almost as famous for his quotes, so famous in fact that virtually everyone has heard his quotes and many people have a favorite. Many people like myself actually use his quotes in our own story telling and every day conversations! Here are just a few of Yogi’s quotes- see if you have a favorite! If you come to a fork in the road, take it. It’s like deja-vu, all over again. It ain’t over till it’s over. A nickel ain’t worth a dime anymore. Always...

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Cut to the Chase by Stuart R. Levine

Here’s an excerpt from a book I think just nails it- Stuart R. Levine has given us a tremendous gift with Cut to the Chase and I couldn’t resist posting a recommendation. Cut to the Chase And 99 Other Rules to Liberate Yourself and Gain Back the Gift of Time By Stuart R. Levine Published by Currency There are a number of resources available to us on the subject of life balance, organization and personal-professional productivity. Cut to the chase is the latest resource available to us that has put forward a number of rules to consider. Even if one only takes 10% of the rules and...

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Words of Wisdom from the Doc!

Quotes to keep in mind: Greatness is not where we stand, but in what direction we are moving…. we must sail, sometimes with the wind, sometimes against it, but sail we must, and not drift nor lie at anchor. - Oliver Wendell Holmes  The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails. -William Arthur Ward  Any fool can carry on, but a wise man knows how to shorten sail in time. -Joseph Conrad  Only two sailors, in my experience, never ran aground. One never left port and the other was an atrocious liar. -Don...

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Lessons from Charlemagne- Surround Yourself With Talent!

A Lesson From History – Great Leaders Surround Themselves with Talented Advisors Famous leader and ruler of the Franks, Charles 1 has been praised by both contemporaries and modern scholars for his many achievements, so much so that Charles became known as Charles the Great, or Charlemagne.  Reputed to possess many kingly attributes, Charlemagne nevertheless lacked a formal education. As his kingdom grew in size and importance, Charlemagne found himself in dire need of talented and capable men to act as advisers or magistrates. Charlemagne surrounded himself with the most learned men of his...

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