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• Raise your standards.
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Keep the faith,
What a summer of music it has been…had the pleasure of seeing Peter Frampton.
He is still wondering if we feel like he does.
Followed that up with seeing Paul McCartney at Yankee Stadium…Nothing better than hearing HELLO GOOBYE live…Awesome!
Music is my inspiration. I don’t know where I would be without it…I really don’t.
The other day I put on a classic song called “Play on Love” by the Jefferson Starship.
Here’s what I heard:
You’ve been reading it, without living it
Now that’s the golden prison we can always find
Living in stories or living in books
Or we can LIVE and leave all the stories behind.
OK the lyrics got me thinking!
Sometimes the most powerful Thoughts are simple ones.
Sometimes I am captivated by a particular thought or idea that changes the way I see things and in turn the way I feel.
Everyone has a story, and everyone wishes and needs for their story to be heard…The need to feel significant.
You can change someone’s day by listening to their story.
You can change someone’s life by becoming a part of it.
That’s all I’ve got.
Keep the faith,
I have achieved something only 5% of the people who try it have achieved.
I know change!
Evening news is where they begin with ‘Good evening’, and then proceed to tell you why it isn’t.
“I am so busy doing nothing… that the idea of doing anything – which as you know, always leads to something – cuts into the nothing and then forces me to have to drop everything.”
Recently I was taking a look at the leaders I have followed in my life.
One of my earliest memories of an outstanding leader was my Cub Scout Den Mother…Mrs. Desort.
She was the greatest, and a woman who cared for us from day one.
I will never forget her.
I can still hear her cheering me on today.
I mean that! She was our greatest cheerleader and I loved her for it.
With Scouting and Mrs. Desort…we absolutely knew right from wrong.
When I was doing wrong, the last person I wanted to run into was Mrs. Desort!
She taught us life was all about behavior.
This is how we were taught to behave as a scout!
A Scout is:
• and Reverent.
Think about it!
Would you hire someone with these qualities?
Marry someone with these qualities?
Maybe even work for someone with these qualities.
I am certain this is the kind of person you would want to be living next door to you.
It doesn’t take much…sometimes just a little reminder, how Mrs. Desort would have wanted me to behave!
Keep the faith!