I have never heard an artist say, “Man, I wished I would have been an accountant.”
BUT, I have heard an accountant, a salesman, a lawyer, say “Man, I wished I would have been a dancer, or a musician, or a painter.”
My wife, Shaundra, and I relocated this past week from Choudrant, LA to Grapevine, TX. Thank you to Jeremiah Beck for writing a guest blog for me while we were in the throes of moving!
By the way, the definition of the word throes is: a condition of agonizing struggle. Yep, this hits the nail on the head when describing our relocating experience!
So for all of my friends and readers I will share 3 considerations when relocating, as recently experienced by Shaundra and I.
Are you willing to do what it takes to be a leader?
I’ve found that most people like the idea of leadership more than they like the day-to-day responsibilities that go along with it. — Jeremiah Beck
Do you want to know the secret to making a lot of money? Who doesn’t…right?
If I shared with you how you can become a highly valued employee for your company, would you be interested?
To all of you who are self-employed—what if I could share a secret with you that would get customers knocking on your door, asking to do business with you?
Here we go:
In 1944 Johnny Mercer penned the words to a hit song called “Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive” The song has been remade by many different artists over the years. My favorite Is Paul McCartney’s rendition.Mr. McCartney’s rendition
Have you ever known Mr. Gloom and Doom? Debbie Downer? OR maybe Negative Nancy? I know people who seem to have a knack for accentuating the Negative! They can always find the negative in any situation! These people are the kind nobody is ever glad to see coming, but always glad to see leaving.
Wife: Honey, do you have any idea where we’re going?
Husband: No, but I do know we’re making great time!
I have heard this little joke hundreds of times and it still makes me smile when I hear it. Why? Probably because there is a little ring of truth to it!
A lot of us guys are always in a hurry…but to where?
Saturday I started writing a blog on Leadership. I had a change of heart on Sunday. We all know that life can be unpredictable, and Saturday night proved it. A very good friend of mine named Cecil, was having dinner with his family and choked on a piece of food. People who were at the restaurant administered CPR but could not get Cecil to breathe. He went approximately 20 minutes without oxygen.
What does thinking big have to do with being successful? Everything!
Those who think big accomplish big things, those who think small accomplish small things. Proverbs 23:7 says; “As a man thinks, so he is.”
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover. —–Mark Twain