Author: Don Sturgill

Plato and Aristotle

How to Determine Your Future

We become what we repeatedly do. (Aristotle) Aristotle knew it over 2,300 years ago: Our actions determine our lives. Advertisements tell you it’s possible to get and stay in great shape by taking a certain supplement or using one particular piece of equipment. But the truth is that real and lasting fitness takes effort – […]

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roadturn jet

No More Excuses

“When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.” (Quote attributed to Henry Ford) Have you faced any adversity lately? Every good thing you want to do in life is sure to be opposed by someone or something. That’s the genius of the airplane. […]

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Marie Curie

Whatever the Cost (A Key to Success)

We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be attained. (Quote attributed to Marie Curie) Marie Curie’s words present you and me with a really good question: what is there in our lives that “must be attained”? What dreams burn inside of us? Those who stick […]

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