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on work

on work

Then a ploughman said, Speak to us of Work. And he answered, saying: You work that you may keep pace with the earth and the soul of the earth. For to be idle is to become a stranger unto the s…
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enjoy the weather

♫ Everybody's got the dues in life to pay... ♫ Steven Tyler | 1948 - | American music artist When things get difficult, remember… We earn more opportunities by taking on and overcoming more c…
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do > say

♫ They say things happen for a reason... You don't do them, they won't. ♫ Donavon Frankenreiter | 1972 – | American musician Always seeking certainty before taking…
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before the critical moment

before the critical moment

At 211 degrees, water is hot.  At 212 degrees, it boils. And with boiling water, comes steam. And with steam, you can power a train. One extra degree makes all the difference.…
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your money hours

"Rich enough not to waste time." I've always loved that line. Unfortunately, it was delivered by the bad guy in the movie Wall Street (1987) and mixed in with a little too much 'greed is good' me…
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When We Drop The Ball

When We Drop The Ball

"I do not understand what I do.    For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do.” Those words are from the apostle, Paul. I think about them often ... especially i…
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A Back-to-School Kickoff Idea

10 words to help you do 2 things… Close your back-to-school kickoff event in a way that helps your faculty and staff better focus on the big picture reason for their work. Help your f…
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Perspective

Perspective

Do you see it? I came across it last week. It’s my new centering reminder when I let myself get caught up in my own drama (and the new background image on my phone … a…
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Regardless of Circumstances

Regardless of Circumstances

For me ... until her passing in 2014 ... Maya Angelou was just a poet that had an opportunity to share her words at Bill Clinton's presidential inauguration in 1993. Since then, I've been ins…
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