Tue, Sep 21, 2021

Weekly Tips

Tip: Remember to separate judging actions from judging motives!

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The topic of judging others has been a source of confusion for many years and is one that often leads to an interesting discussion. On one hand we should be forgiving, loving, and non-judgmental toward others. But on the other hand, we must be careful to evaluate and judge situations properly in order to draw wise conclusions. Perhaps this illustration will help you understand what I mean.

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Tip: The people who influence you most are the ones who believe in you the most!

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As a high school student, I had a very special individual in my life by the name of Coach Chris Jones. He was the most enthusiastic, positive, excited, encouraging person I had ever met. I knew very little about personality styles then, but looking back, I can clearly see he was the “Inspiring” type. He was an encourager to everyone around him. At the time I could not understand why I was especially drawn to him, but now it makes perfect sense. I wanted to be like him.

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Tip: And that is how Zig Ziglar got to be Zig Ziglar!

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A while back, I flew to Houston, Texas, to spend some time with my good friend, Pete Hinojosa, Jr. When I arrived at the airport, his dad, Pete Sr., picked me up. Pete Sr. and I have been friends for many years, and I have always enjoyed the times that we have gotten to spend together. (Pete Sr., has since passed away and I still miss him!)

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Tip: The last step is… “Did you double-check on it?”

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If ever there was an important Tip from which to learn a good lesson, this is it! Learning this lesson has saved me so many headaches I can hardly believe it! If you want to eliminate unexpected surprises, reduce your daily stress level, and increase your daily productivity level, then this Tip is definitely for you!

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