Author Archive | Jim Stuebe


Being in the Present Moment

THE ART OF BEING IN THE PRESENT MOMENT Every moment of your life you have choices. You choose what you want to wear. You choose to follow directions or not, etc. Once you realize that you are at choice and you take responsibility for your life and actions, then you can change your life. There’s […]

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Change vs. Transformation

“A moment’s insight is sometimes worth a life time of experiences.” Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. What are you experiencing in your world and life: change or transformation? Have you noticed that there are dynamic shifts going on everywhere? Are they Changes or Transformations? Change and transformation are much used words these days, and they tend […]

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“A moment’s insight is sometimes worth a life’s experience.” Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Motivated or inspired. Are they the same thing? Are we correct in using them interchangeably? ♦ Motivated – committed to do something or achieve something, especially because you find it interesting, exciting or rewarding. ♦ Inspired – in simplest term is to […]

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Is Inspired Living Possible?

With all the changes and challenges of normal life today we may wonder and question if  an Inspired Life is possible. How might one move from an everyday, “So, So”  life to a life of greater expression and live from a higher order of being as Emerson spoke about? The article oulines what the Inspired […]

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Little Jimmy’s Flat Tire

Growing up, in western Illinois about 3 miles from the Mississippi River I was like most kids my age. I had what you might consider a Tom Sawyer childhood, except we didn’t have picket fences in our neighborhood to paint. My mother won a bicycle for me at the local grocery store at Christmas time […]

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Stephen R. Covey

“Every human has four endowments- self awareness, conscience, independent will and creative imagination. These give us the ultimate human freedom… The power to choose, to respond, to change.” — Stephen R. Covey

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