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The Big View Forward

You ever notice how big a car’s windshield is? Ever notice how little the rear-view mirrors are in comparison? The reason for this is that when you are driving, your attention needs to be on what is in front of you not behind you. This is exactly how life is. The car windshield analogy is…

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Take That Big Step

What’s your biggest fear? What was the first fear you ever had? Can you remember it? I have many fears but there is one I remember clear as day. When I came to America I had never seen an elevator before. When I first saw one in America, I viewed is as a “Box”. I…

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Being Fear-Less Takes Planning

A lot of people will say, “Hire your dreams and fire your fears.” Well, I don’t know that I fully agree with that statement. After working so long and so hard and facing so many situations, I now realize one cannot fire your fears. Fear will always come up at certain times, places, and situations.…

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Yes, You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks

There are many things that people say to themselves that actually do more harm than good. The way we view life and handle different challenging situations can make or break us. One very common saying and somewhat not entirely true: “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.”  This is a saying I really dislike…

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Greatest Sources of Learning

Unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning for your business   — Riadh Hamdi If we would all give some degree of feedback regarding any service that is less than outstanding, we might begin to actually improve the service that we all receive by making positive suggestions! Just for discussion, let’s say you step into…

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