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So, we are now recovering from one of the most historic and unexpected results from a presidential election in our nation’s history. Since nearly everyone on the planet got the prognostication wrong, particularly the political and intellectual elites from both the left and the right, what should we now expect as we approach the inauguration […]Continue Reading →
With half the country thrilled with the results of the presidential election and the other half apoplectic, it’s important for us to focus on unity as a nation. And a big part of achieving unity is making the decision to love one another so we’ll be willing to listen. This blog is adapted from Chapter […]Continue Reading →
Define your purpose, then create your roadmap to a meaningful life An updated edition of my best-selling book Focus of Failure was recently released. The following excerpts are from the second chapter. I hope you find it helpful as you seek to live and lead well. Life appeals to us from innumerable directions. We tend […]Continue Reading →
Dreams inspire people to set goals, and to strive. Hold tight to yours, and share your vision to inspire others. Everybody wants something. Cars, homes, peace of mind, happiness, recognition, a place to belong, and the list is endless. Because of this, desire is at the foundation of all effort. It is from desire that […]Continue Reading →
A great attitude can help people live a meaningful life, and you can shape your attitude by guiding your thoughts, feelings and actions. An updated edition of my best-selling book Focus of Failure was recently released. The following excerpts are from the second chapter. I hope you find it helpful as you seek to live […]Continue Reading →
I just returned from a trip to Israel for nine days and then on to Prague and Vienna returning to Dallas on the fifteenth day of our trip. I am a bit ashamed to admit that in the last 35 years this was the first time I went abroad that was not business related […]Continue Reading →