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Goals or resolutions: leading your life

We are basically past the first quarter of the year. What were our resolutions January 1st? What were our goals?

One reason I prefer the term or concept of goals over resolutions is the mere fact that many, if failed on their resolutions, tend to leave it as failed for the rest of the year. Those who have set goals and fail, tend to consider it only a temporary set back and get back on track to their goal.

So here we are at the end of March? Regardless of what our resolutions or goals were, some have stayed the course and accomplished theirs. Congratulations if that’s you! However, having worked with hundreds of people over the last few years, I feel confident that it’s safe to say many have fallen short which is OK! With just a little PDCA or maybe guidance and accountability we can work together to get back on track.

Over the next three months I will be writing a bit more on developing the mindset to win, principle centered habits to apply and specific topics towards which to apply these principles to help you get where you want to go whether it be fitness, finances, family or in business etc.

I will also be more than happy to correspond personally with people who want or need that extra accountability, coaching or mentoring to give them that “kick off the couch” I myself needed!

Be of good cheer! Be encouraged! It’s not to late! You can still get where you want to go in 2020! The questions is… where is that? Write it down. 🙂



Not All Is As Seems

We all have trials. “Life” happens to us all however not every “bad” is meant to be or stay bad.  

We’ve heard many takes on this all: “It’s not how far we fall but rather how high we bounce back up.” “It’s not what happens to us but how we respond.” or “It’s not about what happens to us but rather what we do with what happens to us.” I could go on and on but mindset and response-ability is key.

To quote a once great philosopher: “Not all is as seems.” Mr. Miyagi

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying everything bad that happens is good but rather if we chose to have or develop the mindset and or faith, we can see the whole puzzle as opposed to focus on the piece we are working with and see that all things work together for good.

Not all storms are meant to disrupt your life. Some are meant to clear your path.

Keep fighting. Never give up. Never lose hope. Never lose faith!

Be blessed,


Be Anxious For Nothing.

A professor asks his class: “If you had $86,400.00 and someone stole $10.00 from you, would you throw away the $86,390.00 you still have to try and get your $10.00 back? Or would you just let it go?”

They all said they would let it go.

He then told them: “You have 86,400 seconds every single day and this time is much more valuable than money. You can always work for more money, but once a second passes, you can never get that time back.”

Every time someone upsets us, it probably took 10 seconds, so why do we throw away the other 86,390 seconds worrying about it or being upset? We all make this mistake at some point so lets work, intentionally, to start letting the little things go and help inspire others to do the same thing.


Colin Sexton

Have An Attitude Of Gratitude!

In today’s hectic and often stressful lifestyle we sometimes can forget to count our blessings and be thankful for what we have.

With such a high emphasis on Hollywood, Professional Athletes or famous musicians and their glamorous lifestyle, it is easy to focus on what we don’t have rather than focus on what we do have.

Many of us may wake up in the morning with the same mindset and thinking as we went to bed with the night before. If that is the case; its time for a quick and easy “pattern interrupt”.

From here on out, start each day with an attitude of gratitude and write down three things you are grateful for.  Try not to write the same ones down from the previous day.

Try this for 21 days and see what changes for you. 🙂


Colin Sexton

Five Steps To Conflict Resolution


It is everywhere. In our relationships, at our jobs, in our businesses etc.  Sadly, more often than not it goes unresolved. There are several reasons for this which would take days to identify and explain so rather than look at the reasons for the problem, I chose to share some tips for resolving the problem

Regardless how or why the conflict started, let’s just jump to this simple fact. It started. Conflict is seldom between one person and themselves. The old saying: “It takes two to tango” rings true with any conflict..

With that said let’s jump into the steps to effectively resolve that conflict.


The reason I’m here is because I honestly value your friendship more than I value the discomfort of confronting my feelings.


I love what Stephen Covey says: “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” That principle is gold After arriving at a clear understanding, share each others thoughts and perspectives in a non-attacking manner to help the other person see all views.


After arriving at a clear understanding, share each others thoughts and perspectives in a non-attacking manner to help the other person see all views.


A sincere apology will not only affirm the relationship, but it can be magic for diffusing any “hurt feelings”.


After all parties have apologized and accepted responsibility for their share of the conflict, seeking agreement means re-visiting the shared vision that pulled both sides together in the first place.  Once everyone agrees that the cause is greater than the conflict all parties will be able to successfully move forward.


Hopefully this helped shed some light on ways to bring resolve to conflict in any and every area of life.


Colin Sexton