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Value

Years ago, Ripley’s “Believe It or Not” showed the differences of the value of a piece of iron based on what it had been shaped into. A plain bar of iron was worth $5. The same bar of iron, if … Continue reading

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Busy as a Bee

I just read that a typical bee hive can have 90,000 bees living in it. Just like people, bees have different jobs, with specialized roles to play. Some bees travel around collecting the nectar that eventually becomes honey. Other bees … Continue reading

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Good at What You Do

There are different levels of being good at something. For example, you might be good at math in that you can balance your checkbook. However, you probably aren’t good enough at math to be a rocket scientist who works for … Continue reading

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Saddle Up!

While watching on television the Summer Olympic Games that recently took place in Rio, I caught some of the equestrian competition. The announcer mentioned that one competitor had earned $1 million riding her horse. I immediately thought to myself, “A … Continue reading

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Up Next

At a recent funeral service, I was scheduled to preach right after a lady delivered a solo. It wasn’t just any lady singing. It was Faith Esham, an accomplished vocalist who for years has made a living singing opera. (Faith … Continue reading

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The Leadership of Tim Duncan

Basketball great Tim Duncan just announced his retirement, ending a 19-year career with the San Antonio Spurs. Long-time Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said that Duncan was “Irreplaceable.” Scott Layden, who spent four seasons as the Spurs assistant General Manager, said—“Leadership … Continue reading

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Leading the Way

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has apologized for his administration’s role in the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint. Furthermore, Snyder says that he will drink Flint water at home and at work for at least the next month to prove to … Continue reading

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Not a Coach

I enjoy sports, and I attend a lot of local basketball games. Someone once asked me why I never got into coaching. It’s because I wouldn’t be very good at it. While I understand most of what has happened on … Continue reading

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Focus on Your Game

Golfer Russell Knox is not known for hitting the ball a long way off the tee. He came in at number 120 on the PGA Tour last year in driving distance. Knox comments about this:  “I played with Bubba (Watson) … Continue reading

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Know Your Role

The young son of our friends was excited about the prospect of being in an upcoming wedding. As the day drew closer, the young fellow asked his mother, “When will I get to try on my bear suit?” “What are … Continue reading

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