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No Job Too Small

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in Business, Marketing, Season-ing, This I believe | 0 comments

I’m always looking for the next big challenge—the bigger, the better. You know, I’ve always been taught, “no job too big,” right? What if our biggest success comes from the ability to take the smallest jobs? I was talking to a friend that runs a landscaping company a few weeks ago, and by “landscaping company” I mean landscaping empire. I was...

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Truth and Perspective: We Can Save A Life…

Posted by on Sep 4, 2011 in Friends, Thinking, This I believe | 8 comments

A few minutes ago, I popped open my twitter feed and read a numbing tweet from Jack Harvey. A “Pennington” search confirmed my worst fears; Trey succumbed to the darkest of human conditions–hopelessness. Trey was a man of faith. He was a family man, and if you ever had a conversation with him, you likely had a […]

A few minutes ago, I popped open my twitter feed and read a numbing tweet from Jack Harvey. A “Pennington” search confirmed my worst fears; Trey succumbed to the darkest of human conditions–hopelessness. Trey was a man of faith. He was a family man, and if you ever had a conversation with him, you likely had a sense that he was...

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The Power of Words

Posted by on Aug 15, 2011 in This I believe | 12 comments

We are moving. There. I said it. For the last month we were selling our house. Then for the last few weeks, we were buying our house, but now…we are moving. Big deal, huh? People move everyday, and I can recant a thousand reasons why it is a great thing: It’s tough to sell a […]

We are moving. There. I said it. For the last month we were selling our house. Then for the last few weeks, we were buying our house, but now…we are moving. Big deal, huh? People move everyday, and I can recant a thousand reasons why it is a great thing: It’s tough to sell a house in this market. The kids are going to “love” the...

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Friends

Posted by on Mar 19, 2008 in Meditation, Relationship, Thinking, This I believe, Thought of the day | 4 comments

Friends are important. Really important. I was thinking about another benefit of friendship today when an acquaintance on the telephone began exploring deeply personal issues and crossing boundaries with his frustrations.  I didn’t really know this guy that well, and I was a bit shocked at his behavior.  Then it dawned on me, he is […]

Friends are important. Really important. I was thinking about another benefit of friendship today when an acquaintance on the telephone began exploring deeply personal issues and crossing boundaries with his frustrations.  I didn’t really know this guy that well, and I was a bit shocked at his behavior.  Then it dawned on me, he is friendless. ...

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On the brink.

Posted by on Feb 13, 2008 in beer, Thinking, This I believe | 1 comment

Back to the Future and possibly The Secret of my Success are two of my favorite movies. I say that with pride and sort of as an eff you to my elitist friends that urge Godfather, Citizen Kane and the like. Don’t get me wrong, I have studied those movies, written papers about them, and […]

Back to the Future and possibly The Secret of my Success are two of my favorite movies. I say that with pride and sort of as an eff you to my elitist friends that urge Godfather, Citizen Kane and the like. Don’t get me wrong, I have studied those movies, written papers about them, and appreciate them, but the Michael J. Fox movies resonate with me. ...

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