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Honesty

Can we be totally honest here?

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Us or Them?

OK. So let’s start with the simple question here:

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Soldier Up with Sabrina May 2016 – Don’t be a Loser

Are you working for today or working for tomorrow?

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The First Person You Examine is You

To me life is very simple… I didn’t say easy I said simple.

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Take the High Road

You can’t have a testimony without a test.

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Take a Lesson From Spider-Man

To get a better grade, the teacher has to change

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The Hard Right vs The Easy Wrong

It’s not everyday the President stops by.

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Procrastination vs Urgency

Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow? BECAUSE!

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Take Responsibility

Responsibility is as much reactive as it is proactive.

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Solid Work Ethic

As I would journey off into the world I would meet so many others

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Empower Your Children

This was a path of empowerment..

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Make and Keep Your Promises

Become a person that others can count on and depend on.

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Blame and Forgiveness

This is just one of many nuggets that could help

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Did You Swear?

You better %#@&^ watch this.

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Feelings vs Commitment

I see this problem too often in my business

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It’s Not Sexy

Somebody tweet Webster’s!

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Think Like an Owner

Think like a business owner

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Excuses Suck

There’s no excuse!

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Hold Yourself to a Higher Standard

When the people around you see you doing this they will begin to support you.

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Self Discipline II

The two areas of self-discipline we must follow as leaders

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Self Discipline

The pain of discipline or the pain of regret.

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But Nobody Visits My House

We can smoke some cigars and drink some beers

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Who Asked If We Want To?

There are a million reasons for us to pass the buck.

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