Archive for December 2014

The BETTER Way To Learn

I love watching my eight-year-old and five-year-old play on the play ground.  They run and storm across the jungle gym with little regard for the downside of making a mistake.  When they fall, it hurts – them and me. They do learn how to approach the challenge differently the next time. Some say that experience…

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Two Approaches For Keeping Perspective This Holiday Season

When did you start your Christmas shopping… for the first time it began for many at 4:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving day.  It’s no wonder that keeping perspective is increasingly difficult. Regardless of your religious beliefs, most people would agree that the holidays are about family and purposefully giving to others.  If you have purpose in…

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The Cure for "Affluenza"

R.G. Le Tourneau, the inventor of large earth-moving equipment, has inspired many, including my wife and me.  His machines represented nearly 70 percent of the large equipment and engineering vehicles used during World War II, and over the course of his life he secured nearly 300 patents. Early in his career, and before he had…

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