Today I will

Today I will love the process.

It’s hard not to get caught up in expectations. To be so results-focused we set ourselves up for disappointment.

Yet, if we love the process, savoring the doing of what needs to be done, the results will come.

Will you join me tomorrow?

“Today is a brand new day. And it’s yours!”

Dad always stressed the power of making the most of each and every day we are given.

He never stopped growing every day—and you shouldn’t either. Especially when you’re handed a gift like the event I mentioned yesterday.

Making an introduction…

As you plan your schedule for the week, I want to introduce you to a way you can prepare to win this week!

As Dad often said, it’s not enough to plan to win. You must take the necessary steps to prepare to win.

The only way you’re ever going to turn your plans into reality and create a winning life is by tackling the challenge of personal skill development.

Iron Sharpens Iron

Dad and Jim Rohn had a long-term relationship based on mutual respect and admiration.
They made each other think in the way that iron sharpens iron.
I got to witness this first-hand.

How badly do you want it?

“You enhance your chances for success when you understand that your yearning power is more important than your earning power.” Zig Ziglar
What do you yearn for? Have you written it down? Can you look into the future and see yourself achieving what you are yearning for?

Close Doesn’t Count

Many of you, I'm certain, have heard the old saying that "close doesn't count, except in horseshoes and grenades." In most cases, that little "funny" is right on target because sometimes little things do make big differences. For example, an extra 20 minutes a day can have a profound impact on your future with your company.

Change Yourself, Change Your Life!

It’s an inside job.

If we want our life to change

Our prosperity
Our relationships
Our peace of mind
Our health
Our happiness

If we want all of these things to change, we have to change ourselves first.

The great philosopher Jim Rohn said:

“Don’t wish it were easier, wish you were better.

It’s not too late, parents!

Let’s face it. Raising positive children in this day and age is a challenge. And, the truth is, sometimes it’s a challenge we just don’t feel up to facing.

If you work outside the home, the last thing you want to do at the end of a long day is to deal with even more problems.

That is Most Unfortunate

A few years ago a unique service was available in Fort Worth, Texas, entitled "An Apology Service."  The founder and creator of the service was Ms. Kathy Warman.  For just $6.00, Ms. Warman would pick up the phone and with her Southern charm and accent, offer an apology to the person you might have offended.

I love you and I am proud of you

I remember it like it was yesterday, even though it happened over 20 years ago. Dad and I had just finished playing golf and

I was dropping him off at the house.

As the custom was at the time, I got his huge golf bag out of the car and put it in the garage.