Monthly Archives: December 2012

Character & Mental Toughness – Fear & Accountability

I was discussing sarcasm the other day.  I grew up in New Jersey. I went to college near Boston. It’s ingrained in me. But I live in an area a little more removed. A place where sarcasm, symbolism, and satire … Continue reading

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Character & Mental Toughness – A New Year’s Resolution

As we reach the end of a particularly tumultuous year and the beginning of a new one clouded in uncertainty, I feel empowered that my core belief still holds true. I also remain just dumb enough to believe it can … Continue reading

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