Weekly Tips

Tip: Follow me!

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Not long ago when I was in Dallas, Texas, I was with some friends and we needed to go to the local post office to retrieve a package.

Tip: Create a WOW moment in your life!

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A while back, I had an early morning flight for an out-of-town trip. It was still dark outside when my wife dropped me off at the airport.

Tip: Failure paves the path to success!

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I am sure that at sometime in your life you have heard about the failures of some very famous people.

Tip: Put a time frame on it!

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From time to time some of the things we do in life are a bit unclear to us.

Tip: Questions are better than statements!

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If you will recall, when we were in school we learned that there are different kinds of sentence structures.

Tip: Treat the server well!

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Over the years, I have tried to develop the habit of being observant and learning from different situations that take place around me each day.

Tip: Be extra clear and watch things in your own life clear up!

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Years ago in college, I had a professor who told us that one of the biggest challenges we would ever have in life regarding business or relationships was being clear.

Tip: It’s the last 2% that counts!

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Most of us have worked on projects at different times in our life.

Tip: Your feelings are your friend!

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We all experience a variety of feelings every day of our lives – good ones, not-so-good ones, happiness, sadness, fear, joy – the list goes on and on.

Tip: Maybe it’s me!

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A while back I was scheduled to speak in Kingman, Arizona, which is about one hundred miles from the nearest major airport located in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tip: Maybe we all just need a good “kick in seat of the pants”!

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From time to time, we all get discouraged.

Tip: People really are amazing!

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A couple of months ago I shared an experience that we had with a young man who was in prison.

Tip: Get in the game!

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When I graduated from Griffin High School in 1967, I went to Gordon Military College.

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