Always Another way to Cut a Melon

Remember when you are stuck and believe there is no other way to get what you need; there is always another way to cut a melon.
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TREASURE HUNTING

Finding a new job is much like a hunting for treasure. You can dream big. You can know exactly what you want. You can realize you are not getting enough of your dreams or much of what you want. Then you become convinced your problem is that you are in the wrong job. You begin thinking there is a better job out there. You start searching. You are off hunting your treasure. Your story is…
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It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time*

In Southeastern Utah’s Canyonlands National Park, two days into our trip into the Grand Gulch Area, we thought we were alone. To our amazement we heard loud laughter followed by screams. A short distance off the trail was a lone man wearing shorts, sandals and waving his T-Shirt. He jumped, tumbled, and then rolled in a large patch of prickly-pear cactus. While we were watching and after a few more tumbles and rolls that man…
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Get Your Head out of Your Hindsight

The new year is well underway.  Where are your resolutions?  Like most of the population, they are stuck so far up in your hindsight they cannot see the light of the future.  What they once wanted is lost in the past not acted upon or even remembered.  Most people find themselves anchored so tightly to their hindsight that they will never be free from their history also though they wish for a brighter future. Get…
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Charles Acklin, Founder of VOLTI

VOLTI, which has created a national presence over the past 20 years working with C-Level and Global Executives as well as small business owners and individuals, has received consistently high praise from its clients who continue to use their techniques long after VOLTI has finished its training period.

Researchers studying VOLTI stated that their team was “surprised by the size of VOLTI’s loyal following.” Their study confirms that VOLTI has discovered the secret to creating sustainable change in employee attitude and production, “enabling other training initiatives to work as advertised.”