Weekly Tips

Tip: Take up for others – in an appropriate way

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Recently, I had a challenge with my mobile phone.

Tip: There’s a big difference between being “on” and being “up”!

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Years ago when I lived in Dallas, Texas, I had the opportunity to work with Zig Ziglar.

Tip: There is always something for which you can be thankful!

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As most of you know, here in the United States we are celebrating Thanksgiving this week.

Tip: Plant your time seeds!

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The older I get, the more I realize that the most valuable commodity I possess is my time.

Tip: Say the same thing in a better way!

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Have you ever noticed that the most natural thing that you ever do in your life is to see things from your perspective?

Tip: Never trade freedom for security!

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I realize that this Tip literally goes around the world and is not exclusive to those of us who live here in the United States.

Tip: There are four ways to keep your attitude up!

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Almost all of us have had circumstances or situations that were unexpected or which caught us off guard.

Tip: Every adult needs to teach a child; it’s the way adults learn best!

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Several years ago I was having lunch with my grandson, Sam, at Chick-fil-A.

Tip: Walk towards whatever terrifies you!

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One of the most important things we can learn to do in life is to face our fears.

Tip: Thank God for grandmothers!

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When I was just a little boy, my grandmother on my mother's side of the family would often come to visit.

Tip: Write it all out first!

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If ever there was a Tip you probably will NOT want to follow, this is it!

Tip: Where do old crabs come from?

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The older I get, the more I am convinced of one thing; life truly is all about personal relationships.

Tip: The "price you pay" isn’t always a penalty

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As a young boy growing up I often heard that I would have to "pay the price" in order to succeed in anything I was doing.

Tip: My mess is my message!

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It seems to me that almost everyone I have talked to lately has, at one time or another, found themselves in a big mess.

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