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Getting to Your Goal

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Articles

Horseback riding was an activity I avoided since I was 14 years old. I often joked, “Why would I want be near an animal that can hurt you at both ends and is uncomfortable in the middle?” But at age 67, to confront my limiting belief, I enrolled in an equine event while staying at the Miraval resort in Austin, Texas.

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A Quadruple Bottom Line for Business

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Articles

The freedom to create a business and participate in a free-market global economy has been hard won over time and grants us, as businesspeople, both privilege and responsibility. We have the privilege to pursue our dreams and the responsibility to contribute in whatever way we can to help future generations do the same. The word privilege is derived from Latin, meaning “private law” and is […]

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Best Average Day

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Vlog

A successful life boils down to directing your thinking, feeling, and actions—moment to moment. When working on my doctorate, I encountered one of the most powerful techniques I have ever used to help channel my daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly energy. It works, and I share it with you here.

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3 Goal Boosters

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Vlog

The brain is a goal seeking device. Written goals tell the brain what you choose to create and achieve. To accelerate your goal achievement, here are 3 quick tips that can immediately give your goals a boost up and over any hurdles you may encounter.

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