Never Quit

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Ever try to do something good and it blew up in your face? This morning my wife woke me on her way out the door to the gym. She likes to get in a workout before heading to work. As I sleepily staggered into the kitchen, I noticed she had forgotten her cell phone on Continue Reading →

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Updated: July 30, 2012 Too many companies spend an unreasonable amount of time trying to justify bad decisions. Let me explain. Most operational decisions are made with the best set of data available at the time, regardless of how complete. Too often success or failure is measured against that data at that point in time. Continue Reading →

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We should not struggle with our direction. God is teaching us what is good for us AND leading our lives in the direction we need to go, if we will only submit to His plan. Our biggest problem is doubting that God is in control. Our culture thinks that life should be comfortable. That discomfort Continue Reading →

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Don’t waste too much time focusing on what will be. Enjoy the journey because the journey may actually be the destination. Ecclesiastes 5 – Passage Lookup – New Living Translation – BibleGateway.com 18 Even so, I have noticed one thing, at least, that is good. It is good for people to eat, drink, and enjoy their Continue Reading →

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Well, it’s Monday after a long weekend…and you had a couple of extra days to think of all the good reasons why you should stay home one more day. Sometimes it is difficult to get back into rhythm. But you need to keep moving forward. Life does not stand still. There is a scene in Continue Reading →

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Everyday companies, organizations and teams and individuals make hundreds and even thousands of decisions. Each of these decisions impacts other decisions. The result is a perception of success or failure along the decision-making chain. Of course, everyone likes to think that they never make a wrong decision. It’s good to be right. But failure is Continue Reading →

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