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Is Your Enthusiasm for Life Contagious?

March 31st 2008

It’s typical for most people to be in a daily routine, doing the same things over and over again on a daily basis.  Depending on your “routine,” that could be good or not so good.

The below message was shared with me by a friend via email and it resonated with me and I hope it moves you as it did me.  I encourage you to consider how you’d answer this question: “If I knew tomorrow was my last day to live, what would I choose to do today?” (more…)

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Make the Best of Everything

March 24th 2008

The below message is one I’ve read before and received recently by email.  It emphasizes the old saying that the happiest people don’t have the best of everything; they make the best of everything.

Whether you’ve read this story or not, I encourage you to take a few minutes to read and reflect.

A group of alumni, highly established in their careers, (more…)

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Some Great Questions

March 17th 2008

Here are some questions to some of life’s common situations that will likely make you smile:

Why do we press harder on a remote control when we know the batteries are getting dead?

Why do banks charge a fee on “insufficient funds” when they know there is not enough money?

Why does someone believe you when you say there are four billion stars, but check when you say the paint is wet? (more…)

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The Most Caring Child

March 10th 2008

I received a neat story by email last week about author and lecturer Leo Buscaglia, who once talked about a contest he was asked to judge. The purpose of the contest was to find the most caring child.The winner was a four-year-old child, whose next door neighbor was an elderly gentleman, who had recently lost his wife. (more…)

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Moving Big Rocks

March 3rd 2008

Have you ever thought about what it might be like to move a 20,000-pound rock?  I don’t know many people who wake up motivated to move a giant rock, but Wally Wallington not only thought about it, he did it in the most unique way.

Believe it or not, Wallington moved a 22,000-pound rock by himself and with no heavy machinery. (more…)

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