Author Archives: Riley Harrison

About Riley Harrison

Likes to write (books- Are You Stuck? (is life passing you by), Getting Unstuck & Dare To Date), loves to travel and is married to a wonderful woman (Kathleen Baxter)


I am moving my blog to Please come and visit. Plan to have lots of new features. Thanks for your patronage and look forward to seeing at my new site. Riley   Advertisements

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To be blind is bad, but worse it is to have eyes and not to see. Helen Keller Can you handle being wrong? The compulsion to be right prevents breakthrough insights, discoveries and other creative possibilities. When you think or … Continue reading

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Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambition. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you too can become great. Mark Twain A major predictor of whether we remain stuck or whether … Continue reading

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Vagueness And Generalities: The Enemies Of Personal Growth

He who wants to do everything will never do anything. Andre Maurois Dreams are necessary to sustain us and allow us to see what is possible. Dreams create feelings of exhilaration. But are dreams enough? Dreams without progress create frustration, … Continue reading

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There are two ways you can die. You can stop breathing or you can stop dreaming. Rocco Casciato It’s unhealthy not to have dreams and aspirations. The bigger the dreams, the more alive and excited you are. Dreams are good … Continue reading

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Have you really lived ten thousand or more days, or have you lived one day ten thousand or more times? Wayne Dyer One of my favorite quotes is by a trapeze artist after he suffered a terrible accident in which … Continue reading

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Attention is the key; for where man’s attention goes,there goes his energy and he himself can only follow. Saint Germain I suspect that positive thinking isn’t properly appreciated because people aren’t aware of the specific, tangible benefits that flow from … Continue reading

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