Optimists see life as full of opportunity while pessimist see the same life as full of problems. Optimist’s cups are half full vs. pessimists cups being half empty. Heard that before? I have, and it is an important first step. Positioning your attitude is a critical first step in any process.
Then what? Is it all happy time from there? Will everyone be throwing palms in your path just because you have a good attitude. Don’t get me wrong, it helps. It really is a good first step that…Continue
Welcome to episode 097 of “Connie and Sheila Talk”. Here are today’s show segments:
1) Famous QuotationsContinue
Miss Hurley described her symptoms, her trouble with breathing, as “drowning in air”. Over a period of nine months, she sought out numerous medical…Continue
I have spent my entire life either trying to lose weight, actively losing weight, or wishing I was losing weight. One of the things I will enjoy about Heaven is knowing I won’t have to think about my weight! Seriously, though, healthy eating and exercise are a huge part of my everyday life. My husband and I are very aware of everything we put in our body. We expect our bodies to always be on active duty and fully prepared for the demands we make. With that expectation comes the…Continue
Saw this on the drive home from the airport after the amazing Coaching with Excellence Seminar. The guy had no idea why I wanted a picture.Continue
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Last Thursday and Friday, I attended the Coaching with Excellence seminar at the Sanctuary with the Miller family and 50 new coaches in training. WOW! Dan, Joann, Ashley and Nathan all had great stuff to share and on top of that, I got to meet some seriuosly neat people from all over the country attending the seminar. Also Jarred shared some of his experiences in Africa which were another bonus. I left there being very energized and now understand the path I need to take to get my…Continue
My best friend, Donnie Tillar convinced me to go to West Point. He was a year older than I was. Thanks to his persuasiveness I joined my childhood friend as part of the Corps of Cadets. This is a Memorial Day tribute to Donnie.…
If you ran into your six-year-old self and had a conversation about how you'd be when you grow up - what would that six-year-old have to say about your progress thus far? Would you be reminded of dreams you've put away?
In entering adulthood, have you allowed a "talent" of shelving dreams for "reality" to evolve? As you review where you are today, can you likely…Continue
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I get the puzzled look from some people about my working so much. In there eyes maybe I work too much; in my eyes it seems that I could always do more. Sometimes its neighbors who get home at 6pm in the evening notice that I’m working on some stuff still, or writing, or preparing for some product or system launch, and it might…Continue
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Diagnosed as a dyslexic, the youngest in a family of five, Jared struggled throughout the first phase of his life; searching for answers that would require him to look in…Continue
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Thank you for your time.
Thank you for the freedom.
That I can claim as mine.
May you be blessed in peacetime.
And in times of war.
May you know our heartfelt gratitude.
And receive it all the more.
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Thank you all to those that stand.
Thank you to all who have fallen and made the ultimate sacrifice.
Thank you to those who paved the away for us to enjoy these freedoms that we have.
Pray that we always give honor.
Pray that we never forget.
Out of the night…
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After laying down her coaching journey for about 12 months, she realized that if she wanted God to bless her in a big way, she had to be involved in the process. (Jump to the podcast.)
Wendy from Ohio sits in on the show and openly shares with us a revelation that hit her squarely between the eyes – she was the source of her own limitations.
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I recently updated my illustration website and thought I would share it here. Let me know what you think, and be sure to pass it along to anybody who might be interested in my services. Below is the most recent self promo mailer I made titled Broadway or Vanity Fair.…Continue
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This cake was Classic White one 9 x 13 and one 9 in square. Again, I separated or torted each layer and spread a raspberry cream filling between each layer. I used buttercream frosting for decorating zebra stripes. I may have had an easier time making zebra stripes out of fondant, but the…Continue
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