• It is not often that I recommend focusing on the negative, but maybe I should.  And here is why, it can be the most motivating of circumstances.  Allow me to elaborate… It is one thing […]

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  • Mitigate Regret Sounds oversimplified, I know.  But it is true, and I will give several examples below. I am writing this the day after doing a quick talk for a bunch of 8th graders at […]

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  • Although we live in a largely instant gratification world with things like UberEats and Spotify, there are still many things that take time.  This disparity drives some people crazy, but there is very little if […]

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  • Here is something to think about…really think about.  You need to think about it now, because when the time comes that this will apply, you will need to have thought it through already. Tough Times […]

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  • This concept may fall short for a bunch of people in today’s world, which is exactly why I wanted to share it.  I heard a story once about famous authors Joseph Heller and Kurt Vonnegut […]

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  • …what it took to get there. Think about that, because it is so true.  If you are willing to do the work, you can sometimes reap the benefits.  There are no guarantees in life, other […]

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  • Once again, Chris Williamson coming with the goods on the Modern Wisdom podcast.  This line was so spot on that I that HAD to write about it.  Chris changed the original thought he was quoting […]

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  • BOOM!  This line hit me like a ton of bricks when I heard it.  I know it was credited to someone else, but I heard this from Chris Williamson on the Modern Wisdom podcast.  It […]

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  • This one may sound a little funny, but it is quite true.  I have learned this myself and cannot agree more; chasing after something is the best part of the process.  The thrill of the […]

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  • Yet another great quote from Tim Grover, and man does this one hitting close to home.  I know, I have lived it, over and over. My plans to be a collegiate wrestler ended quickly in […]

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