Category Archives: Napoleon Hill

Would You Pay $36,500 for a Diet Coke?

I know that question sounds crazy; however, I did and actually much, much more.  My story starts with the freedom of getting my driver’s license as a sixteen-year-old.  I was already hooked on diet soft drinks, so whenever I stopped … Continue reading

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Simple Wisdom for Life

Recently when going into the notes app on my iPhone, I made an unexpected discovery.  Please understand that I’m not in the habit of using this feature and will typically shoot myself an email or text when I need any sort … Continue reading

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The Game Few Are Playing

A football game in the NFL technically consists of four fifteen-minute quarters, yet the average game runs over three hours due to the start and stop nature of the action.  Add in commercial breaks and the sometimes meandering nature of … Continue reading

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So How About Those New Year’s Resolutions?

With the first month of 2016 coming to a close, New Years seems like only a distant memory.  It is by far the most popular day of the year for setting new goals and resolutions and yet most people fall … Continue reading

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Do You Argue for Your Limitations?

Do you see the glass half empty or half full?  Most people will say “half full” with the implication of having a positive outlook on life, and yet the same people will likely constantly argue for their limitations.  What do … Continue reading

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