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Tag Archives: courage

How To Think Like A Fearless Achiever (Part One)

  MoHow  Posted by Dr. MO    Some years  ago I went out with a friend who took me to a small hall in the basement of a neighborhood church. When we walked into the hall it was filed with people who had come to meet a philosopher who was giving a talk on FEARLESSNESS and […]

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San Francisco to Transform Into Gotham for Boy’s Batman Make-a-Wish

MoStory    Posted by Dr. MO    I’m sharing this wonderful story I heard about on the radio and ABC TV today… A little boy is about to get the surprise of a lifetime when San Francisco turns itself into Gotham City on November 15th to fulfill the 5 year-old leukemia patients wish to be Batman for […]

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Courage and Momentum

Posted in:  MoWord     By:  Dr. Mo Courage: Achievers look within and find the mental and moral strength to pursue their dreams and prevail, despite hardship, pain and obstacles.  They overcome fear with a healthy and realistic approach to challenges. Terry Fox was born in Canada in 1958.  He demonstrated the traits of patience and perseverance […]

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Purpose and Momentum

Posted in:  MoWord     By:  Dr. Mo Purpose: When I was a child, “on purpose” meant ‘done with some intent to harm.’  As an adult, I now choose to have it mean “intentionally done in alignment with good results, aims or goals in mind.’ For how many New Years have you made resolutions? And for how […]