It’s your ATTITUDE not your APTITUDE that determines your ALTITUDE


It’s your ATTITUDE not your APTITUDE that determines your ALTITUDE May 01, 2013 To be successful in any area in life you need to have the right attitude, which means you have to approach any task or job with determination, tenacity and above all plenty of enthusiasm. In business, when it comes to choosing the … Continue reading It’s your ATTITUDE not your APTITUDE that determines your ALTITUDE

The Lost week


It has been sometime between blog posting, it's not that I haven't wanted to sit down and post, I have. In fact several times I have sat down to do just that, write a blog and post it. Yet when I sat own it seemed I had nothing to say. So I would sit there for … Continue reading The Lost week

The dangers of the 4th of July on your children


Image via Wikipedia Harvard University did a study on the effects of children attending a 4th of July celebrations. Yep, you read it right, the effects of the 4th of July celebrations on children. The results, simply put, children who attend some sort for 4th of July celebration will more than likely turn out to … Continue reading The dangers of the 4th of July on your children

Seeds of Success


Over the weekend I was camping on the west coast of Michigan, a nice 4 day weekend, with lots of time to read. And read I did.. I finished one book, a novel, and started another, a political, and finished a third, “Seeds of success” a father and son book on what matters most. I … Continue reading Seeds of Success

Tenured… So now I don’t have to care


Image by wmrice via Flickr In the Great State of Michigan we are going through a lot of growing pains as of late. In November we elected a new Governor, Rick Snyder. He won the Governorship overwhelmingly by stating exactly what needs to happen in this state to fix it. Cut corporate taxes, share the … Continue reading Tenured… So now I don’t have to care

The 7 Priorities


Below is the start of a new presentation/workshop I am working on, I thought I will give a little sneak preview of it. It is still a work-in-progress document, and I am sure lots will change, and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to let me know. I hope you enjoy, … Continue reading The 7 Priorities

NASA… Our best investment


Image via Wikipedia It has been 25 years since the space shuttle Challenger exploded upon lift-off, and our space program has never truly recovered. After the tragic explosion President Reagan comforted the American public but also pledged to continue with space exploration. With the second space shuttle tragedy President Bush began the process of grounding … Continue reading NASA… Our best investment

Immigration reform


Image via Wikipedia One of the many hot topics, both in politics and religion, is immigration reform. From the Arizona law to the US Catholic Bishops from the halls of Congress to the water cooler, everyone is talking about it. It is a hot topic, one that many have an opinion on and one that … Continue reading Immigration reform

Less Hits


Image via Wikipedia I noticed that the number of hits to my blog have dropped dramatically after Easter Sunday. Leads me to think that peoples interest in the faith is at a peak during Lent, and as soon as Easter comes and goes, so does their interest in the faith. Kind of sad really… It’s … Continue reading Less Hits

It ain’t fair! … So What!


Last night I was reading an article in Townhall magazine about fairness. The basic point was this, liberals love to say things are unfair. It’s a battle cry for any issue that does not agree with their twisted out look on life. I found the article interesting for a few reasons, 1) I agree with … Continue reading It ain’t fair! … So What!