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The learning curves that come with life. Of them there are no end and this is how it should be. Life is not a still but an action to be grabbed and held onto and then to run with it in every direction. The speed and the topics of what to pursue are subjective so seek your own but learn from every...
If a child lets say between the ages of 2-5 bends the rules or attempts to hide because of something that they did, their conduct gives them away first with words (if any) to follow. It is so innocent that it produces a grin or smile in every adult & it is excused away or gently explained. Damage...
When we go to the movies to be entertained and receive a story told to us with all creativity, technology and wizardry known our expectations are high and if done right dazzle us even winning potential awards for those that create and deliver this type of experience. The movie industry encourages...
This is NOT about saying please and thank you and pretending to have complied with interacting and communicating with another person. NO. Manners are a small part although a necessary one to be sure. What I am speaking about is the art, depth and results (or lack thereof) that come from an exchan...
Serve others! It escapes the many in the business as they prepare to handle this subject on the defensive rather than in the greet and meet mode. Progress is always being made but holding to a high standard is always hard, consistent never-ending work. Why? Because it is people that have to serve...
A friend of mine told me the story of an agent in line at the grocery store over-hearing a conversation from the person in front of them to the cashier having to do with his father passing away and leaving a house to be sold. At the right break in the conversation, the agent jumped-in and offered...
When I fist read Moby Dick by Herman Melville, it brought to my attention the adventure of going to sea for the first time. It sounds simple enough but in reality its an experience that cannot be rushed or substituted. One must put in the time and then, at some point is worthy to earn their "salt...