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The Choice of (High) Expectations »

When I was very young, my mother always told me that "you have to have something to look forward to." I thought she was talking about going out, playing with my friends and having fun. However, as I got older, I started to understand what she really meant...

The Choice to be the Leader of Your Life »

Every successful business has effective leadership. The same is true of governmental entities, nonprofit organizations, medical facilities, farming operations and thousands of other operating groups. For the overall effort to be well coordinated and produce successful results, capable leadership must be present. This important ingredient even extends to families...

The Choice to Change...Right Now »

As we get older, we tend to look back and reflect on the way we have lived our lives...on the good things that happened and on the bad choices we made along the way as well. 

The Choice to Have a Positive Impact on Others »

Here at GCGL, we believe that life is all about choices. Simply stated, the better our choices the better the life we will have. But, what does a choice really produce? 

The Choice to Have a New Life »

Whenever a child is born, parents, family members and close friends are almost always filled with joy and optimism concerning the happy and successful life the little one will most assuredly have. 

The Choice to Listen to Your Heart »

Question: Were you brought into this world with certain intentions for your life? Or were you just “delivered here” and left to work things out on your own? 

The Choice to Look Forward, Not Back »

All of us have had bad things happen in our past that we would like to go back and change – some because of outright mistakes that we made (“poor choices”) and some due to circumstances beyond our control. 

The Choice to Enjoy the Journey »

When we set off on a path in life, whether towards a personal goal, a family goal or a career goal, it’s often easy to think that “getting there” is what will make us happy.