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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Feel free to pass this along to any new college student you may know. You may even find some nuggets of advice for yourself… I commend these students for a job well done! They have inspired me. The final exam … Continue reading
#100 Milestones remind me of the possibilities in life. Today when we speak of milestones we most likely are referencing some significant event—personally, professionally, politically, physically, emotionally, spiritually, or culturally. Video recommendation for the week: Perhaps some of us might … Continue reading
“I never got this far in my dream.” -Bubba Watson- Last week (April 8, 2012), Bubba Watson won the Masters Tournament at Augusta (Georgia). His shot from the trees instantly became golfing lore. The announcer reminded us that Bubba has never … Continue reading
When it comes to your health be “responsibly selfish!” Treat yourself with respect. On January 1st of this year, my wife and I joined a number of friends in a New Years’ Day polar plunge into the Atlantic Ocean. (Full … Continue reading
“Everybody, sooner or later, sits down to a banquet of consequences.” -Robert Louis Stevenson, author- Back in the 13th century—one story goes—baker’s faced the possibility of severe punishment if they shorted an order. That is, if someone ordered a dozen donuts … Continue reading