Character Comment – Hey Kid …. Part 2

Hey, Kid… Part 2 It is interesting the things that trigger your thoughts, and the things that make a marked impression upon one’s life. Stop for a moment and think about the things that have influenced your life, the events, moments, people, and words both written and said. I can still remember the name of my 4th grade teacher and the day she spoke encouragement to me in the school...
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Character Comment – Hey Kid…

Hey Kid…. Looking back to last week’s Character Comment, did you figure out which statement caught my attention as a worthy quote to add to my collection? There were several, but two of particular merit: 1.  “Success is about hard work and passion.” 2. “He or she that does no more than the average will never rise above the average.” In your TEAM2work effort, you could...
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Character Comment – Hard Work and Passion

Hard Work and Passion I like to collect quotes. When I opened the pages to a recent edition of World Magazine, I found a quote to add to my list in the interesting article below. I’ve underlined and bolded specifics that might make for good discussion points in family conversation. I’ve attached a few links to websites as a further look into the work of Pearl Fryar – additional aids to this...
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Character Comment – Bodily Exercise Profits Little

I’m not a watcher of morning TV talk shows. On business trips in my previous career, I occasionally watched a bit of one at a hotel breakfast bar while downing a bagel and cup of coffee. I do recall one show that made an impression upon me. I caught the conversation of a popular morning show hostess who commented, “When I pray for God’s daily blessing, it is that I might be a blessing to...
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Character Comment – Beating of Our Heart

This is another comment from a Mark Hamby “Daily Moment” where he repeats a favorite axiom I have picked up from him: Relationship above Responsibility. It also reminds me again that in doing a task, the “how” it is done is equally if not more important than the actual “doing.” Some things might be better left undone than done poorly or half-heartedly. Then again, I know the value...
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