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The Power of Words

MoWords   Posted By   Dr. MO   Some of the most significant messages people deliver to one another often come in short phrases. When spoken or written, these statements have the power to forge new friendships, deepen old ones and restore relationships that have gone cold. The following short phrases have the power to positively change your […]

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20 Instructions For Life

MoHow   Posted By   Joel Simms  Over the past few years a Life Instructions List, attributed to the Dalai Lama, has been read by many people on the Internet. This list actually originates from Life’s Little Instruction Book by H. Jackson Brown Jr. The list is powerful,filled with great wisdom and has been shared widely. If […]

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How To Establish And Maintain A Physical Fitness Program

MoHow    Posted By   Dr. MO  You know exercise is good for you, and that it’s in your best interest to make this the year you start and maintain regular physical activity. But do you know how good getting 30 minutes of exercise most days of the week really is? A recent US Surgeon General’s Report […]

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AmMo Morning Momentum To Help You Get Going

AmMo Posted By Dr. MO Welcome to the first AmMo post in the Maintain Momentum Blog. I have created AmMo to ignite, inspire and create Momentum in the morning so that you’re motivated and energized to pursue whatever is important to you with a commitment to keep going, no matter what. You can use AmMo […]

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Responsibility and Momentum

Posted in:  MoWord  by Dr.Mo Responsible achievers hold themselves accountable to do what they say they will do; to be dependable and to complete the tasks they begin.  Responsible behavior is characterized by good judgment and sound thinking. I want to share the story of Thomas Edison with you.  Edison had less than a year of […]