Successful People

The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say ‘no’ to almost everything.

-Warren Buffett

Base Hit, Better Life.

I was talking with Mark, a sales rep for one of our suppliers. He has been coming by the shop for so many years now, he is more of a friend than a salesman. We were talking about the economy, growth, new equipment, etc. and he told me his division was up over a million dollars in sales this year! He was very pleased and excited with the increase. I asked him how they did it, hoping to glean some information and ideas. His countenance changed a little from happy to calm and serious, then he said “The growth and new business we are experiencing this year is the result of 4+ years of hard work.”

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Proverbs 23:4-5
Labor not to be rich: cease from thine own wisdom. Wilt thou set thine eyes upon that with is not? for riches certainly make themselves wings; they fly away as an eagle toward heaven.

If money is your main goal in life, you will find no satisfaction or fulfillment. Money is just a tool… like a hammer. Wouldn’t you think I was crazy if I thought my soul purpose in life was to have a pile of hammers? 🙂

Keep pressing toward the mark!
– T

The F-Bomb

FEAR has to be the most over used excuse of all time. I’m not talking about eminent danger fear; I’m talking about the fear we experience most in our daily lives. The fear that when faced… vanishes into thin air and then shows up the next day wearing a different mask. Conquering this elusive beast is not easy, but the odds may be stacked in our favor.

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Sand In Your Box

I was having a debate with my 13 year old son this morning about the importance of school. Of course, he doesn’t want to go because it is stupid and a waste of his valuable time. “How is this going to help me in my future?” he asked. My reply, “Learning is like putting sand in your box. If you want to build a sand castle, you must first have the sand. If you refuse to learn, you cannot build anything.”

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12 Percent Upgrade

Everybody has them; everybody needs them; few take the time and effort to analyze and modify them. They help us make mundane, repetitive, and complex decisions with speed and accuracy. You guessed it – I’m talking about habits. Many of our habits are helpful but some of them can really hurt us when the’re out of alignment with who we want to be. Let’s look at how they are formed and how to improve them.

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