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Less Is More

I received a newsletter today from one of the Internet’s top business consultants, Rich Schefren.  Here is a little what he had to say: “Sometimes, you can have too many good developments in your life and business that, even one more piece of good news is not welcome because you simply have too much on your plate already. “Bottom line – too much is simply … Read more

Ideas for a book

One of my long time ambitions is to write.  I write all of the time.  For my M.A. degree I wrote a 165-page thesis.  I have started several books.  On the archives of my computer are several unfinished (and probably never will be finished) books. However, this time is different.  I have been sketching out a book that I would like to publish.  I was … Read more

When do you know it’s time for a change?

One of the toughest things to discern is when it is actually time for a change.  For me, the factors are: Should I persevere through a tough time? Is this opportunity for change merely a distraction? Is this the right time? Is this change exactly what I need at this time in my life? Has God brought this before me now? They aren’t easy questions … Read more

A company that can stand on its own

One of the things I have been disenchanted by the whole network marketing industry, multi-level marketing, or whatever you want to call it is that 99% of the companies couldn’t exist if they didn’t have some kind of “business opportunity” attached to it. In other words, would most of the travel, nutritional, and technology companies exist if they didn’t have an associate base?  Would the … Read more

I Can Retire Now

Just started my son in golf lessons.  He has his 2nd lesson today.  5 years old.  He is a natural I tell you.  In fact, I think I can go ahead and retire because he is now my 401k. Check out that form!! FYI – at the age of 5 he is hitting the ball almost 100 yards from the tee on some of his … Read more

A Nice Weekend

It was about 104 degrees in Dallas on Saturday.  A dry heat, though, so it makes life a bit more tollerable… except for Friday.  My transmission blew on my red car in Corinth, TX.  That is about 50 miles away from where I live.  Rather than getting my car towed, I decided to try and drive it home…. in 1st gear (the only gear that would … Read more

Let’s Get Started

Alright, we are under way.  The blog is officially open.  There aren’t going to be any real guidelines about what we talk about here… just a whole lot of this and that.  However, if you want to break down the posts, I suggest you click on the different categories over on the right. As we get rolling here, I will be posting some of the … Read more