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I’m not sure I can spoil a movie that’s more than 20 years old

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How did I make it 35 years later? Very simple…

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There are actors that agree to make movies for far less money

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If we knew that today was the day something great was going to happen, we’d probably attack it with more enthusiasm than normal, right?

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In logical progression there are five steps from belief to results.

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It is when we do something that something great happens

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You can be successful working half days. Just choose which 12 hours.

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It ended in the least predictable way

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You can’t pull a plane onto the shoulder when something goes wrong,

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This is part of what holds average people back.

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There are a lot of things in life that you don’t get to choose.

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Happy Independence Day from all of us at the Daily Locker Room.

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Most of us don’t want advisors, we want cheerleaders.

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We have to reach back into our minds. Peruse our mental trophy shelves.

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Juggling your time productively

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I look like two sprinters pressed tightly together these days— I focused on sprints

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If you bought into that like I did, I want to challenge you.

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Something almost supernatural happens when you write down your vision.

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Let me give you a couple quick tips on how to think big.

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We get the cures to horrible diseases

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Not everything goes the way we imagine

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I was recently listening to a couple of commentators talking

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We run from fire to fire

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The easy path, the pleasant path, and the shortest path

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If you drive some convertibles with the top down at highway speeds, you’ll stay dry.

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