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Three Ways To Make 2020 A Better Year Than 2019

Eight years ago, I crossed the finish line at the Marine Corp Marathon in Washington, DC. 26.2 miles of step after step after continual step had taken their toll, and I could hear the screaming from my quadricep, hamstring, and calf muscles. My legs were in the most...

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In The Beginning…

Those are the first few words of one of the most read books. The point of creation began for this world in the beginning. The point of our lives began in the beginning. A brand new chapter of our lives starts in the beginning. We’re now at the end of the Gregorian...

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My Plan to Ensure My Business Grows Consistently In 2020

Earlier this week, I was speaking with one of my friends. I shared with her some of the business items I’d been working on the last month. I shared with her that my main focus for the last two months has been on establishing a consistent sales process and building a...

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How Does The Business Owner Get Paid?

There are lots of statistics out there about the survival rates of businesses. According to the Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy 2018 Frequently Asked Questions, about 50% of businesses survive five years. I wonder why it is so widely publicized that...

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A Simple Change to Increase Happiness

This morning I stopped by my local coffee shop and was greeted warmly by each of the baristas. I’m a regular there, and so we know each other by name. I’m an early riser and spend the first hour of my day writing at the coffee shop. This morning as Aaron took my...

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Letting Go Of The Small Stuff

There I was driving my car in my home town. I had a pleasant day at work. I was feeling fulfilled at the tasks I had accomplished that day. As I turned out of the parking lot, another car cut me off. In an instant, my blood began to boil. I went into a tirade. The...

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The Beginning of a Modern-Day Horror

During my teenage years, I would travel the two-day drive with my mom, brother, and two sisters up to vacationland, aka Maine. My mother grew up in Bangor during her childhood, and it was wonderful treat for us to spend a few weeks up in the beautiful state. Each time...

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The Uniqueness Of A Snowflake

I spent my first two years of college in Idaho. Having grown up in North Carolina, Idaho was vastly different from my hometown. I arrived in the land of potatoes in August, and I was excited to be on my own finally. No parents to hold me to a curfew. I finally had the...

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