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Mindset Mondays with DTK is a year-long series of weekly live broadcasts providing the opportunity for those with a growth-mindset (or who wish to develop one) to play with new ideas, new possibilities, and new mindsets.

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Episode 024: It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare, it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.

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Mindset Mondays w/DTK – Ep #024 Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #02​4 – I dare you!This is a lesson I've learned the hard way (and, goodness knows, I've learned it MANY times over): Facing the hard choices takes less energy than avoiding, hiding from, or delaying them. ALWAYS!Seneca gave us the lesson over 2000…

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Episode 020: The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.

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Mindset Mondays w/DTK #020 Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #0​20: Energy is a woefully undervalued currency!​The way we manage our energy is often the difference between thriving and surviving. ​The way we choose to spend our energy makes all the difference in the world. Consider this timely quote misattributed* to Socrates:"The secret of change…

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Episode 018: When will you decide to look past the imperfections?

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Mindset Mondays w/DTK – Ep #018 Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #01​8​ ​is about ownership.The #simpletruth is that being happy doesn't ​mean that everything is perfect​, i​t ​simply means you've​ (finally!)​ decided to look beyond the imperfections​?​The question I have is: ​"When will you decide to look past the imperfections?" Only you can decide….

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