Five Steps to Positive Life Change (and the Big Payoff!)

January 30th, 2012

By Dr. Jim Taylor In my first post in this exploration of how we can produce meaningful and last life change, I described the four obstacles that prevent change. In my last post on this topic, I introduced you to the five building blocks of change. These steps I just described set the stage for […]


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Why Corporate Change is Difficult, But Possible

January 27th, 2012

By Dr. Jim Taylor Now, more than ever, the corporate world is in a state of constant change. Whether increasing global competition, the emergence of new technologies, or the high turnover of company staffs, life in the business world is constantly in flux. Despite this reality, companies themselves don’t always adapt quickly or well to […]


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Four Obstacles to Positive Life Change

January 18th, 2012

By Dr. Jim Taylor Change is essential for your growth and development as a person. Without change, you are assured of staying just the way you are and doing things just the way you have always done them. For some people, that’s a good thing; they’re happy and fulfilled in their lives. But for many […]


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“Know Thyself” Is the First Step to Life Change

January 10th, 2012

By Dr. Jim Taylor The first step in making meaningful changes in your life involves gaining a better understanding of yourself in essential areas that impact your life. This self-knowledge can provide you with direction as you try to maximize your efforts at change. Self-knowledge can also help you be more efficient and focused — […]


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Motivation: The Drive to Change

January 4th, 2012

By Dr. Jim Taylor According to the research of Dr. Anders Ericsson, motivation is the most significant predictor of success. In simple terms, Dr. Ericsson found that experts in many walks of life, whether sport, music, chess, dance, or business, had put in the most hours at their craft. He coined the phrase, “It takes […]


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