Monthly Archives: June 2018

3 Things I learned from “Kick the ball the same”

Side note: I read Josh’s book a couple of years ago and one part of the book always stuck with me. It was the lesson that he learned early on while attending a kicking camp. His coach told him to always, “Kick the ball the same.” It’s an analogy that Josh has taken and helped […]

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3 Things I learned from “Fight the cure not the cause”

In some cases, close to 97% of funds raised are allocated toward finding a cure and that sounds right, but then I thought, “Well, that only leaves 3% toward fighting a cause…”  Check out today’s podcast The Sales Life w/ Marsh Buice here I think we do that in our own lives. We spend all […]

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Agreeing is better than admitting

photo: Andrew Seaman Think back to when you were a kid when you did something wrong, instead of getting you to fess up, your mom just filled in the blanks for you by saying, “Look, accidents happen all of the time…it happens…you spilled the orange juice on my rug didn’t you?… Honey, you tried to […]

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Poor ain’t an option

Broke is a temporary state of circumstances…poor is a permanent state of mind…

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Personal.. and your -ity

(Blog) There are circumstances in our life that are irrevocable. It’s these moments you can either take it personal or make it personal…

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