Category Archive for: ‘Living Life Well’

  • It Doesn’t Really Matter!

    I’m older than most of you who read this blog.  I said older, but not necessarily smarter.  I have found though, that age tends to bring on a little more wisdom and perspective.  So today, I’d like to ask you to allow me to step …

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  • Procrastination Tip #2

    “Eat the Green Frog First!”
    Okay.  I know you’re going to think I’m a little nuts when you read that sentence, but I promise you–this little idea will help you eliminate procrastination from your life.
    Everyday, there’s one “thing” that you have to do that day that …

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  • Procrastination Tip #1

    Do you ever procrastinate?
    Stupid question, I know…  We all do at times.
    Years ago, I had a thought, “I can do anything for 20 minutes!”  I might not enjoy it, but I really can do anything for 20 minutes.  I could even shovel horse poop for …

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  • Washing Dishes

    I hate washing dishes—especially after cooking dinner too!
    One night, my son Clint—in from California, my son Joe, my wife, and I made Ribeye steaks on the grill.  Don’t care what you say; the best steak ever.  A little olive oil, sea salt, cracked black pepper; …

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  • Yet!

    I want you to take a second and do some thinking.  Is there anything out there that you want to do, a place you want to go, or a subject that you want to learn, but you’ve just never gotten around to it?  It happens!  …

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  • Enjoy the Benefit!

    Recently, I was listening to an old recording by Zig Ziggler. I don’t listen to him often, but he’s always been someone I’ve admired.
    In the recording he said this, “You don’t pay the price, you enjoy the benefit.” What an remarkable way …

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  • Coughdrops

    A little while ago, I was in Illinois and Michigan for the week. I had been suffering for several weeks with allergies. It had grown worse and had actually turned into a sinus infection. I had been taking Claritin and some other …

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  • Ask and You Will Receive!

    A couple of years ago, I got a call from my middle son Clint. He lives in Redondo Beach, CA., and is 28 years old.
    He said, “Dad, you always taught me to just ‘ask.’ You’re such a wise father, and I always listen to what …

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