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Category Archives: Motivation
Tweet I don’t often have guest posts, so if I do, there is a good reason. Samantha Bangayan is a popular fixture in the online world. She is a chance-taker who doesn’t mind using dynamite when it comes to breaking … Continue reading
Tweet I thought that I was the writer in the family. It turns out my daughter is long winded also. 🙂 She has written a post on her piano lesson girl site that is over 2,600 words. It is a … Continue reading
Tweet This post was written by me at fourtheroad.com. I decided to share it with my THP readers in the hopes that it may encourage. It was written on the road, and I have left it unedited. Enjoy. Date: December … Continue reading
Tweet Much in life can be done one pedal stroke at a time. It doesn’t matter if it is a hill or mountain. One pedal stroke at a time. On January 7th, 2013 my family (wife Gail, 15 year old … Continue reading
Tweet We are expert ignorers. Hey, if you practice something for 10,000 hours you become an expert, right? Here is a scenario: It’s late night and you’re hungry. Your stomach is growling, and even barking. There are at least a … Continue reading
Tweet Know a guy who was riding the real estate market high. Real high. In fact, his high went into the millions. Same guy 3 years later rode the market low. Recommend on Facebook Share on technorati Tweet about it … Continue reading
Tweet When reading the title to this post you may have thought that I might do the old bait-and-switch trick. You know, promise one thing, and deliver another. Not quite. It may be hard to grasp but the title is … Continue reading
Tweet It’s Time To Take Action Quit playing around. The time has come for the work to be done and you know just what that means. You know because you have done real work before. You may do it everyday. … Continue reading
Tweet Epic – n. very imposing or impressive; surpassing the ordinary Now we have something measurable: Surpassing the ordinary. So, I ask, what kind of life surpasses the ordinary? One need only to look to those folks that we admire … Continue reading
Tweet Hiking up Mt. Elbert is remarkably similar to the journey of life. You see, false peaks are inevitable. But, you don’t always recognize them. Recommend on Facebook Share on technorati Tweet about it Bookmark in Browser