Monthly Archives: October 2011

When Opportunity Knocks

“It’s better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than it is to have an opportunity and not be prepared for it.” ~ Les Brown  How many times have you heard someone say, or maybe even said … Continue reading

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Socialism vs. Capitalism

A few years ago I swore off of writing on political topics. The frustration level just got to be too much to bear. But the recent advent of the “Occupy Wall Street” protests and the attack on capitalism has prompted … Continue reading

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The One Less Traveled

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and I – I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference.” ~ Robert Frost Frost’s quote has always reminded me of a quote by one of my … Continue reading

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Book Review: SELL THE FEELING

Simply stated, SELL THE FEELING by Larry Pinci and Phil Glosserman, is the best sales book I have read in twenty years.  Selling is not that complicated and I believe often times, people overcomplicate things. This book presents selling the feeling … Continue reading

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On Being a Magnet

“When you express your passion and enthusiasm, you will become a magnet to others, who will be attracted to your high level of energy.” ~ Jack Canfield We all know someone who is a real downer to talk to. I’ll … Continue reading

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Book Review: THIN THREADS

We each have little moments in time; little things that may have seemed insignificant at the time but in reality – altered our lives completely. Or, they may have been more obvious events that were so drastic and dramatic, such … Continue reading

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An Exegetical Look at the Establishment Clause

Sometimes in the course of human events, it becomes necessary to muddle through the confusion and reveal the basic premise of an object. Such is the case with the First Amendment of the U. S. Bill of Rights, and more … Continue reading

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