Seabiscuit is a fascinating story with many lessons; one of those lessons is presented in "Chapter 21: A Long, Hard Pull." Virtually everyone had given up on both the horse and the jockey after each sustained serious injury. They were both deemed "washed up." There were three elements, though, that contributed to their comeback.
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Added by Barry Dunlap on December 4, 2013 at 8:24pm — No Comments
Thanksgiving is a time where we over-consume our favorite meal. We may enjoy the food so much that we eat more on that day than any other day of the year. After consuming so much food all I want to do is nap. It even hurts to move sometimes. I find it interesting that food is supposed to…Continue
Added by Stephanie OBrien on December 4, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Good morning Mr. President. I see that you are out campaigning again. You have been called insurance salesman – in – chief. It appears that you are not coming out here to Oregon to speak. Our online system for ObamaCare is still crashed… from day one. Our administrator, Rocky King, just…Continue
Added by Mike Cournia on December 4, 2013 at 3:25pm — No Comments
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AUTHORS and MESSENGERS! Promising yourself that 2014 is the year your message goes viral?
"90 Days to Launch your Message" is here!
Pei and I will take you step-by-step through the CREATE - GROW - PROMOTE…
I LOVE sharing nutrition and natural healing information with you. Today’s post is a little different. Our bodies are Intelligently created by a loving, all-knowing God and they are created to be able to heal if provided with the right raw materials – healthy, pure, clean foods, supplements, thoughts and beliefs;…Continue
Jacob Waltz died in 1891. This is an odd way to begin a story but a great way to begin an adventure! You see Jacob Waltz was a gold miner. You could say that he was THE gold miner, because on his deathbed in 1891 Jacob Waltz gave life to the most fantastic lost gold mine story ever and, to my adventure!
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Yesterday, after a huge learning curve and some anxiety, I released my podcast –Making The…Continue
Added by Brian A. Holmes on December 3, 2013 at 8:48pm — No Comments
On a recent podcast, Dan gave us his Formula for creating an Elevator Speech. Here is an attempt at quickly describing what I do.
I keep our database updated, in order, neat, and free of errors. I help customers with questions and with efficiently ordering our products.
Knowing that our business needs good records and happy customers to function properly.
So that our customers have a good experience and the owners can have peace of mind.
Added by Keith Kemp on December 3, 2013 at 7:02pm — No Comments
The flow of knowledge is optimized in an unhampered market economy – nonintervention – simply because of the finite nature of humans. Humans are neither omnipresent nor omniscient. The market suffices.
All economic intervention is essentially ego-driven since anyone claiming to know what is best is deluding himself or herself and such an act lacks moral authority and impedes the flow of knowledge. The equilibrium force that brings harmony and…
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Added by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on December 3, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments
If you're like me, you constantly evaluate yourself in multiple situations everyday. In relationships, conversations, tasks at work, making dinner, posting on twitter, etc.; we generally come up with 1 of 2 results. Either we feel like we did well or we feel like we failed.
If we did well; we feel good about…Continue
Added by Tony DiLorenzo on December 3, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Good morning Mr. President. “The First law of holes is a proverb attributed to British politician Denis Healey; It states, "If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging”. The meaning behind this proverb is that if you find yourself in an untenable position you should stop and change tack, rather…Continue
Added by Mike Cournia on December 3, 2013 at 1:41pm — No Comments
I’m sure we are all aware of the importance of sleep. Without sleep we are grouchy, less productive, sluggish, and just not focused. Why is this true? The answer might help entice you to improve your lifestyle so as to improve the quality and amount of sleep you get each night.…
Added by Carol Howell on December 3, 2013 at 11:19am — No Comments
My friend Lisa and I marveled at the twirling pair of orange and black butterflies that wove in and out of her back-yard shrubs. They never separated more than a few inches. How did they learn to dance as one?
Max and Cosette, my two standard poodles, often move in perfect synchrony. They turn their heads in tandem as if an invisible string controls their movements. They gallop through the yard shoulder to shoulder even though Max is several inches taller.…Continue
Good morning Mr. President. Yesterday your Chief of Staff stated on a morning news show, that ObamaCare should be up and working well by 2017! Isn’t it interesting how that projected date is right after all of you are out of office? You missed your self-imposed deadline,…Continue
Added by Mike Cournia on December 2, 2013 at 2:01pm — No Comments
Something else you may be forgetting is that going fat free is probably the fastest way to gain weight, not lose it! I know it seems counterintuitive but if you try to eat “fat free” diet foods, you’ll find they’re full of sugar – which as you know, raises blood sugar which is exactly what you don’t want.…Continue
A year ago, I took my sons to Disney World over Thanksgiving Break. It was their early Christmas gift. While we were there, my Grandmother died. She was the only Grandmother they knew. So, on Thanksgiving Day, we left warm and sunny Orlando and flew into cold and snowy Columbus, Ohio, with a bag full of shorts, bathing suits, and flip flops. Walmart, who I had protested being open on Thanksgiving Day, became our Saving Grace, as we…Continue