Posted: October 30th, 2015 | Blog | Comments (0)

‘Tis the season of ghosts, witches and spooky gimmicks once again. Television channels will offer supposed classics like Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho to editions of Dracula and the more the recent fetish of Zombie movies. NatGeo and Discovery...

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Posted: October 29th, 2015 | Blog | Comments (0)

Have you ever been hurt by someone’s thoughtless words or disappointed by a person’s actions? Here’s how we can keep Velcro in our shorts and shoes and away from our memories. . .

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Posted: October 22nd, 2015 | Blog | Comments (2)

Some people have a very good sense of direction. I don’t. It’s interesting how life can teach you lessons, even through Waze . . .

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Posted: October 15th, 2015 | Blog | Comments (7)

Some say “good is the enemy of best”. So when does the cycle of dissatisfaction ever end? Is “good” ever really enough?

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Posted: October 8th, 2015 | Blog | Comments (2)

Hi everyone, Marie here. For this week's blog, I will reveal not one, not two, but three secrets!

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Posted: October 1st, 2015 | Blog | Comments (2)

Hi everyone! Marie here. Just as I promised, here's a sequel to last week's post: "Secrets My Father Told Me." Have you ever been afraid? Some people are afraid of heights. Some fear creepy crawly insects! When I was younger, I was super...

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Posted: September 24th, 2015 | Blog | Comments (6)

As promised, here is the first of a series of posts from my wife Marie. Over next few weeks she will writing on this series. I trust that you will enjoy it because of Marie's insights plus she is really the best writer in the family. Hi...

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Posted: September 17th, 2015 | Blog | Comments (0)

Our journey for the past 16 weeks has been about the values of the heart and its impact on culture. Here are three points to summarize the series: 1. Values drive the hearts of people. They are what fill up our so-called “boxcars” while we...

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Posted: September 10th, 2015 | Blog | Comments (0)

McDonald’s has over 35,000 stores in 118 countries. If you divide 35,000 by 365 days in a year, the result is 95. It is as if McDonald’s was building a store a day (365 days), and has been doing so for the last 95 years! Now that’s a lot of...

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Posted: September 3rd, 2015 | Blog | Comments (0)

Last week, we discussed the important role values play in shaping culture. They are the single most important ingredients that shapes culture. The better our understanding of values is, the more skillful we become at shaping and influencing...

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