Posts Tagged ‘goal’

On Setting Work Objectives

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Work for a cause not for applause. Live life to express not to impress. Don’t strive to make your presence noticed. Just make your absence felt.

–Anonymous

Work for a cause not for applause. www.walled-in-berlin.com

Work for a cause not for applause. www.walled-in-berlin.com

 

For a sneak peek at the first 20+ pages of my memoir, Walled-In: A West Berlin Girl’s Journey to Freedom, click “Download a free excerpt” on the home page of http://www.walled-in-berlin.com Walled-In is my story of growing up in Berlin during the Cold War.

 

Center of attention

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

People tend to make a run for the front of the line, the back of the class and the center of attention.

— Anonymous

 

For a sneak peek at the first 20+ pages of my memoir, Walled-In: A West Berlin Girl’s Journey to Freedom, click “Download a free excerpt” on the home page of http://www.walled-in-berlin.com

 

Hope is like a balloon

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

Hope is like a balloon, it can’t soar to the heavens if you hold it by the string.

–Lindsey Boucherly

 

For a sneak peek at the first 20+ pages of my memoir, Walled-In: A West Berlin Girl’s Journey to Freedom, click “Download a free excerpt” on the home page of http://www.walled-in-berlin.com. Walled-In is a story of growing up in Berlin during the Cold War.

 

Path to the goal

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

People think of the path to the goal in terms of a straight line. In reality, that path is probably twisted, indirect and quite possibly much longer than anticipated. Stick with it anyway!

J. Elke Ertle

The imaginary vs. the realistic path to the goal

The imaginary vs. the realistic path to the goal

 

For a sneak peek at the first 20+ pages of my memoir, Walled-In: A West Berlin Girl’s Journey to Freedom, click “Download a free excerpt” on the home page of http://www.walled-in-berlin.com. Walled-In is a story of growing up in Berlin during the Cold War.