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Emotional Equations

I woke up from a nap the other day and reached for my phone. I opened up Facebook and saw a math riddle posted on a friend’s profile. I stink at math, but my oldest son, John Mark, is a … Continue reading

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Social Capital

I ran across a phrase the other day, social capital. Social capital is the network of relationships you have that can help bring revenue to your business. Most people mistake the people they know personally as their social capital, or … Continue reading

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The Key To Success

“The key to a successful life is rooted in your ability to understand yourself and others, and responding appropriately.” – Johnny Walker

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People Will Get Upset!

“My husband is upset with me!” “My children are complaining!” “No matter what I do, I can’t make my wife happy!” “My boss is so unpredictable, one minute he’s fine and the next minute he is yelling at me!” Do … Continue reading

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The Origins of Misunderstanding

I am currently in Uruguay on a mission trip. (Got to http://www.UruguayMissions.com to follow that blog) An interesting conversation occurred today that brought a little revelation about our inability to communicate. I thought it might be beneficial, so I am … Continue reading

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Denying Self

The concept of denying yourself goes against every fiber in the fabric of our society. Commercials on the radio, television and movies continually encourage us to follow our feelings and do what is best for ourselves. Their underlying message is, … Continue reading

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Standing Back Up

It seems we might lose another role model for our children. World famous cyclist, Lance Armstrong, was stripped of his seven Tour De France titles. After an extensive investigation by the United States Anti-Doping Agency, they discovered “the USPS Team … Continue reading

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