Monthly Archives: January 2019

Dreams of the future

Had a great conversation with a mentor recently. Just hearing his voice brings back great memories. I told him that I’m still holding on to one of my goals in spite of a (possible) age restriction. Can’t let it deter … Continue reading

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Just a little suggestion

It’s not Hump Day. But if you’ve been to Walt Disney World and you know this scene, then the song should be running through your head. You’re welcome. And while you’re thinking about it, even with over 7 billion people … Continue reading

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And in 15th place

On this day in 1908, the Grand Canyon National Monument was created. It was the 15th national monument designation by the United States. But it’s been around for many years. What took so long? Theodore Roosevelt described it this way … Continue reading

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What does commitment look like to you?

You’re staring at a plate of eggs and bacon for breakfast. Who gave more? The chicken made a contribution (eggs) but the pig made a commitment (bacon). What does your commitment look like? Is it a mere contribution that doesn’t … Continue reading

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Expand where rejected

Born AnjezĂ« Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, Agnes (Anglican pronunciation) was better known as Mother Teresa. She began her ministry in India on this day in 1929. When Eastern Europe began opening its borders and ideologies, Teresa expanded her efforts into Communist countries that … Continue reading

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