Your True Beliefs Are Manifested By Your Actions *

Real true leaders fully understand that the power of action taken is far greater than mere words spoken.  You have all heard the old statement that people don’t really care how much you know until they plainly discover and see how much you really care.  Observation reveals the absolute truth about a person’s actual character.  … Continue reading

I Don’t Have a College Education, Can I Still Be a Leader *

Here is a fact of life.  Advanced higher education is always an added benefit and qualification,…BUT…it is never required for a person to become a serious leader of other people.  Pull out your common sense hat and put it on and think about what I just said.  The facts are that for thousands of years … Continue reading

Good Days Are Ahead…If WE Choose To Make Them Good Days *

Psychologists have proven that you get in life, for the most part, the exact same thing(s) that you expect, anticipate, and even plan on getting as the day begins.  A positive mental attitude and positive expectation are the key ingredients for living a good life on a daily basis.  You see, friends, the fact of … Continue reading

Turning Motivation Into Purposed Production *

Success will occur in any human being’s life whenever two things simultaneously occur….whenever “Opportunity” and “Preparedness” meet…come together…or collide.  There are,…and always have been,…multiple very good,…and even very excellent business opportunities in existence, available, or findable…whichever your particular case may be.  There never has been and there never will be a shortage of opportunities or dreams … Continue reading

Leaders Take Control of Their Circumstances *

George Bernard Shaw, the great playwright and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate had this to say about circumstances: “People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are.  I don’t believe in circumstances.  The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want and if … Continue reading

Give Yourself Away By Performing Random Acts of Kindness *

Clergyman, Robert H. Schuller tells a beautiful story about a kind and loving young woman who epitomizes a true servant’s heart: “There was a young woman sitting in the lobby of the Union Depot in Cincinnati, Ohio, waiting for the train.  She saw a young girl, about fifteen years of age, sitting alone in the … Continue reading