Posts Tagged Michelangelo

October 2016

Volume 16 Number 10 October 2016
Newsletter #183


  1. Welcome
  2. Reducing Stress
  3. Promoting Responsibility
  4. Increasing Effectiveness
  5. Improving Relationships
  6. Promoting Learning
  7. Parenting Without Stress
  8. Discipline without Stress (DWS)
  9. Reviews and Testimonial



If no one ever took risks, Michelangelo would have painted the Sistine floor.
—Neil Simon

I have taken a risk. Since I have written two books about reducing stress and will soon publish “LIVE WITHOUT STRESS: How to Enjoy the Journey,” I have taken the risk of changing my prime website. My resources, blogs, Wednesday’s tips and this newsletter are all being transferred to my the new website. (The hurricane in the Southeastern seacoast of the United States may slow the process.)

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Discipline and Expectations

The greater danger
for most of us
is not that our aim is
too high
and we miss it,
but that it is
too low
and we make it.
— Michelangelo (1475 – 1564)

Ask the key to success in real estate and you will hear, “location, location, location.”

Ask the key to appropriate behavior and learning and you will hear, “expectation, expectation, expectation.”

Questioning why some cultures and subcultures produce citizens who have developed the characteristics of behaving appropriately, perseverance, and those requirements necessary for a civil society and you will soon conclude that the key has to do with expectations.

My way of communicating  Michelangelo’s message is concluding my presentations with two words: EXTEND YOURSELF! … >>>