A Short Elevator Ride

June 11th, 2009

A career military man, who had retired as a Master Sergeant, was telling the new recruits how he handled officers during his years of service. “It didn’t matter a hoot if he was a full bird colonel, Major General, an Admiral, or what! I always told those guys exactly where to get off.” “Wow, you […]

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Control What You Think

June 4th, 2009

Aboard a flight from L.A. to New York, Grandma Esther was taking her very first flight. They had only been aloft a few minutes when the elderly lady complained to the stewardess that her ears were popping. The girl smiled and gave the older woman some chewing gum, assuring her that many people experienced the […]

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Principles For Tenacity

May 24th, 2009

Albert Einstein could not speak until he was four and did not read until he was seven. Beethoven’s music teacher said, “As a composer he’s hopeless.” The great inventor Thomas Edison did not do well in school either. His teachers thought he was stupid. F. W. Woolworth couldn’t get a job. Merchants said he didn’t […]

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