I’m On a Permanent Vacation!

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I grew up with a father who rarely took a “traditional” vacation. He had such a burning desire to do what he was doing that to stop doing it for ev...

I have met the enemy and it is me!

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What if you had five dollars in your hand and somebody said they’d give you a thousand? Of course you’d gladly release your grasp of what you curre...

Blame-O-Rama!!

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What’s up with all the blaming going on? I’ve never seen so much of it in the media and in the offices of those we elected as I do now. I know, I k...

Man, You’re Really Buggin’ Me!!

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I listened to an interesting and timely sermon this past Sunday that revolved around enjoying the people in your life. Oy Vey! It started with a qu...

Every Day is Memorial Day

Denise Griffitts
Memorial Day ranks as one of the most important days of the year for Americans. It stands as a reminder of those who have paid the ultimate price i...

Are You Scared of Being Alone?

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Last week I mentioned a mastermind panel that I was privileged to be a part of. The two most prevalent questions were, “how do I find my passion?” ...

Are You There Passion? It's Me, Tracey!

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I was at an event this past weekend where I was part of a mastermind panel discussion. The discussion revolved around two main issues; how do you f...

If business is war, then why don’t we train for it?

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The month of May always brings to my mind thoughts of my time in the military. There’s Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day, two times when we as a na...

What to Feed Your Mind, Heart and Soul

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There’s an old adage that says for science and technology read the newest, but for literature read the oldest. The classics are always modern. I ha...

How to Eat a Book

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Edmund Burke said, “To read without reflecting is like eating without digesting.” He’s right. I’ve gotten many a stomach ache after reading  junk, ...

3 Cures for Reading Deficit Disorder (RDD)

Tracey Jones
RDD is a serious but treatable affliction. Symptoms of RDD include lack of vision, shortness of new ideas, lameness of the brain and thumbsucking. ...

Leaders are Readers

Tracey Jones
Times are tough, budgets are tight and great leaders are a dying breed. Great! Napoleon Hill said, “Every adversity, every failure, every heartache...

Bots Like Change…Why Don’t We?

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I recently attended a webinar given by my friends at Decade30, Benjamin Bachman and Austin Meadows. One of the bullets on their presentation stated...

Are Past Reflections Healthy?

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I spent the last few days in Saint Louis. It’s a great time to see friends and frequent my favorite haunts. It’s also a chance to catch up on how t...

How to Read

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Statistics show that the number of people who read has dropped considerably in recent decades. It’s easier to fill our time and minds with other in...

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