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How to Change Your Words for Gratitude

Ask Nana Anything Are your Choice of Words Important? Words, YES, your choice is important. Have you given any thought to this? Are you kidding me? You have no idea how critically important it is that you choose the right word. It will set you up for success or failure. Words put you into a state…

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Napkin Placement when done Eating – Ask Nana Anything

Ask Nana Anything Where should I put my napkin when I am done eating at a restaurant? First, napkins should never ever be put on a dirty plate. It is best to fold or crumble up your napkin and place to the left of the plate. Certainly, it is good to know that the Etiquette books…

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Resolutions, Rearrange, Recommendations, Results

This time of year people tend to make New Year’s Resolutions What they really want is an evolution and some new solutions Suddenly, the gym is full, new fitness goals, hopes and dreams Forgotten is the discipline and drive involved, or so it seems Dedication and self-motivation are important for change Priorities, principles and habits…

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Dream, Decision, Determination and Drive

You have a big Dream, I know you do How important is that Dream to you? It all begins with a Dream, a Decision, Determination and Drive everything you need to feel great and to thrive The Dream is a wish your heart makes it’s true Your minds gives you instructions of what you should…

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The Strangest Secret – Earl Nightingale

See on Scoop.it – Fun and FItness – The Janni Project Earl Nightingale talks about the strangest secret in the world; the key to success and the key to failure… Sit back, relax. listen and open your mind. For … See on www.youtube.com

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Broncos Breach – October 2010

Well it was a sad day in Denver yesterday.  The Denver Broncos, whose payroll exceeds $95,599,778 acted more like a bunch of junior high school kids  who just flunked a test and were told they could not play.   They definitely were playing the VICTIMS.  Each of them looked like poor my, why me. Give me…