The main thing

The Main thing is keeping the Main thing the Main thing.   What do you think the “Main thing” is?   Let me know your comments and then I will give you what I think “the Main thing” is.   Have a great start to the week and make BIG

treating others

“If you treat men the way they are, you never improve them.     If you treat them the way you want them to be, you do.”   -Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe       These words–presented in slightly different ways in different translations–come from a character in Goethe’s 1795 masterpiece, Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship,

Hunger and thirst

The story is told of a young man who approached Socrates as he sat by a lake. The young man told Socrates he would do anything to gain the wisdom Socrates possessed.     After a moment, Socrates stood up and motioned for the young man to follow him. He walked into

thought starter ifferisms

Here are some thought starter “ifferisms” for pondering over the weekend;   “If you are not failing every now and again, it’s a sign you’re playing it safe”  -Woody Allen   “If the highest aim of a captain were to preserve his ship,     he would keep it in port forever.”  -Saint

engineering yourself

    “The more things you try, the more likely one of them will work. The more books you read, the more likely one of them will have an answer to a question that could solve the major problems of your life.”  -Jack Canfield.   How are you doing in reading, studying

If it is to be….

“If it is to be, It is up to me”  -anonymous   So from this little ifferism….who is responsible for you, your situation, and your success?   “If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams,     and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet

Walt Disney Imagination

Walt Disney the man that dreamed up Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Pluto. He created a whole family of animated characters and went on to create incomparable family films that changed the world of cinema, and many of the principles of animation that he mastered are still being used today.

Walt Disney’s first mouse

Good morning. Here is a quick question: After Walt Disney lost everything then married at age 24 he worked hard drawing and selling cartoons and graphic designs to pay his bills. When things were a little rough in their life and they lived in a scanty studio he noticed a mouse

An enemy called average

An Enemy called Average The most UNPROFITABLE item ever manufactured is an EXCUSE.                 โ€œWhen it comes to excuses, the world is full of great inventors.  Some spend half their lives telling what they are going to do and the other half explaining why they didnโ€™t do it. An alibi

Accountability

Being accountable is an important key to success! Anyone can steadily grow into becoming their best as they choose to be accountable and accept responsibility for continuous improvement. The commitment to be accountable is a commitment to act. You commit to your core to achieve the outcome no matter what.