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Ian Ashford

“There is no such thing as can’t, only won’t, if you’re qualified, all it takes is a burning desire to accomplish, to make a change. Go forward, go backward. Whatever it takes! But you can’t blame other people or society… Continue Reading →

Louise Nevelson

“I believe in my work and the joy of it. You have to be with the work and the work has to be with you. It absorbs you totally and you absorb it totally. Everything must fall by the wayside… Continue Reading →

Patience Is Not a Virtue – It’s a Habit: 10 Ways to Grow Patience

This contribution was originally written for those of us working on practicing patience during “normal” times, but I think it can be even more useful in today’s climate of events. Here’s to the practice of patience! Contribution made by Nicole… Continue Reading →

Bette Davis

“My passions were all gathered together like fingers that made a fist. Drive is considered aggression today; I knew then as purpose.”

4 Practical Books to Read When You Want to Become Your Own Boss

Most of us as new entrepreneurs or small business owners have no idea what we’re doing when we first start out. There’s a lot to learn, so many resources to choose from and a coach for everything… literally.

10 tips for fixing Heart Healthy recipes.

Do you remember Grandma’s apple cobbler? Is spaghetti one of your favorite meals? You can still eat these things, but new versions of them, if you know how to swap ingredients. Here are 10 tips for fixing heart-healthy recipes. 1…. Continue Reading →

A Few Links to Learn a little more about the history of Marxism

I’ll keep this short and sweet. Marxism has a horrific past. I support the end of rascism and classism period. I do not condone a Marxist organziation in their growth and power in the world. There is a difference. Willful blindness is active pariticaption in that which you say you are against.

Greek Salad… Mmmm Delicious!

I love Greek Salad for it’s taste, health properties (alkaline, fiber, paleo) and because it’s super simple to make on Easy Dinner Night.

Jocko Willink on Discipline

A Serious Play list from Jocko on self discipline. Great for working out, keeping on keeping on, or rough days.

Color on the Wall

Having followed with interest the actions of every US President since Franklin D Roosevelt, and having concluded that the personage who filled that office with the greatest dignity and highest aspirations was Barack Obama, his book was sought to shed… Continue Reading →

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