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Tim Kight

Tim Kight
Founder of Focus 3, Tim focuses on the critical factors that distinguish great organizations from average organizations. He delivers a powerful message on the mindset & skills at the heart of individual & organizational performance.

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6 mistakes people make in response to change

It’s an inescapable reality: things change. Here’s another reality: life will get increasingly difficult for you if you don’t. Your ability to adjust and adapt in response to change -- and do so quickly in a positive and proactive way -- is an essential skill in today's world.

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Where are your habits taking you?

Central to the The R Factor™ lies a fundamental principle:  your habits are perfectly designed to get the results they’re getting.  The outcomes in your life are the natural result of the habits you have developed.  While it is very tempting to attribute success or failure to circumstances, the truth is that the outcomes you get are the result of the way you Manage the R™ in response to circumstances.  The quality of your life is determined by your patterns of attitude and action.  How you Manage the R shapes your destiny.  You don’t determine your future; you determine your habits and your habits determine your future. 

We should continually ask ourselves,

“Are my habits producing the results I want?” 

The answer, of course, is that we all have a mixture of habits:  some of our habits are good, some are just OK, and some are counter-productive.  Common sense tells us to keep doing the habits that help us and stop doing the ones that hold us back. The difficulty, however, is that habits are hard to change.

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7 Reasons To Stop Complaining

BCD is a serious problem. It afflicts millions of people every day, and is often triggered by work stress. BCD is also known as Blaming, Complaining, & Defending. Sadly, BCD is the standard response for many people when they encounter challenges or difficulties in life. But blaming others, complaining about circumstances, and defending yourself is a bad investment of time & energy. Here are 7 reasons why...

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Want vs. Work

There is a big difference between a “want ethic” and a “work ethic.” The difference is this: Wanting is easy. Working is hard.

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A Call To Excellence From TK

The purpose of A Call to Excellence is to provide biblical, practical insight for responding to God’s call on your life.