Why Smart People Listen to Their Momma

A few years ago it would be unheard of to see a young person knock out an elderly man and unthinkable that they would punch older lady. But security cameras are catching these thugs doing just that. A few years ago, when a police officer told you to stop doing what you were doing and put your hands in the air, you did just that. (At least I did.)

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Seven Ways to Get A’s for Slow Learners

I’m a slow learner. I struggle with focus. I was tested for learning issues at a young age. After four decades in the education system in some form or fashion, I learned how to get A’s. It wasn’t always that way. I failed a number of classes in high-school. I even failed gym class.

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A Procrastinators Guide to Setting and Achieving Goals in 2015

I was a born procrastinator.  I am not wired as an “alpha type A go get ‘em type.”  In school, my grades reflected my laziness.  I have been on academic probation at two universities.  However, when I began walking with God, He gave me direction and purpose.  This translated into actions my day to day life.

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The Hidden Factor of Success That No One is Telling You

I recently met with twenty-two-year-old Jordan to coach him in some life decisions. He had found himself in a pit through the accumulation of his decisions over the last five years of his life.  Jordan is a healthy, bright, talented, and hard-working young man.

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