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Wonderful Wednesday – Part II

Last week’s Wonderful Wednesday post got such a great reaction. I learned that the managers at the grocery store found out about last weeks post, and congratulated sweet Shellie. I’m glad that she was recognized for her small act of service. Service Girl This … Continue reading

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The Culture of Yes

Lately I’ve been noticing a trend with my kids. More often than I would like, their response to requests from myself (or my wife) are responded to with a “no,” or “I can’t!” (the latter is particularly upsetting). There seems … Continue reading

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Playing Backwards

Former Utah Jazz coach, Jerry Sloan, used to talk about avoiding playing backwards. Coach Sloan was referring to that moment when you get “beat” by an opponent, and then instead of getting back on defense, you stop to feel sorry … Continue reading

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