Norman Vincent Peale said, “Live your life and forget your age.” Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and imagine that you have nothing. Then, open your eyes and look around. A barking dog, a crying baby, and yes, even […]Read More
“You see this guy here? That’s the toughest opponent you’re ever going to have to face. I believe that’s true in the ring, and I think that’s true in life. Now show me something.” ~Rocky Balboa to Adonis Johnson in […]Read More
“Don’t tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.” George Patton
Often times, those who display a great ability to lead are referred to as “born leaders.” But, is this […]Read More
As my radio alarm clock went off, one morning in March of 1985, I was awakened by the pure voice of a child singing the words, “We are the world. We are the children.” In my groggy state, I remember […]
On October 29, 1941, Great Britain’s Prime Minister Winston Churchill visited Harrow School in the UK where he had attended and sung as a youth. It was his second visit in a year and his address to these young students […]Read More
When my brother Rick, who lives in El Paso, visits San Antonio, we always take a walk in the neighborhood where we grew up.
The building where my father’s small barbershop was located still stands at the corner of Nolan & […]
What is your ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)?
Setting a goal gives you 2 things: A timeline and a deadline, (or as I prefer, “LifeLine”).
Once you’ve reached your destination (goal), you can announce to the world that you have arrived!
So, simply […]
“Enthusiasm is the steam that drives the engine.” ~Napolean Hill
Here are 3 reasons why “enthusiasm” is often misunderstood and underestimated:
Myth 1. Enthusiasm is a personality trait. You are either born with it or you are not.
Truth: This is like saying, […]
Photo courtesy PBS
It’s been said that messages come to us when we most need to hear them and often from an unlikely source.
If you have lost a loved one, whom you think of daily and miss dearly, may you find […]