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Deeper Settings

Posted on 19 August, 2017 at 15:00 Comments comments (12754)

I was preparing workbooks, outlines, and handouts for our upcoming book tour, workshops and speaking engagements for the month of September. Our printer just stopped printing in the middle of the print job. One of my assistants set up the printer so other than hit print, I was not very familiar with...

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You are a Life-Changing Gift to the World

Posted on 7 November, 2014 at 11:20 Comments comments (1382)


You are a Life-Changing Gift to the World

By using your personal philosophy you are healing broken pieces of our world with existence that makes dollars and sense. You bring love, joy, peace, longsuffering, goodness, gentleness, meekness, faith and self-control, because...

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Celebration Versus Toleration

Posted on 1 November, 2014 at 0:50 Comments comments (2425)


This was a status shared by a Pastor/Elder that I admire on Facebook. It struck a chord with me because I’m allergic to environments that tolerate me. It's my job to be a vitamin rather than an aspirin. I can’t do that job with excellence, if I connect with people, places...

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Keep Calm and Follow Through

Posted on 24 October, 2014 at 17:10 Comments comments (1776)

Keep calm and follow through

Our 7 year old Snorkie, Named Oliver, will let us know when the sunrises by barking until he is feed and walked. You see Oliver calmly runs to each of us to ensure that we follow through with our morning routine. Anthony Robbins, the international coach and trainer, says that it is your daily routine that ensure...

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Five Ways to Lead Brilliantly

Posted on 18 October, 2014 at 14:50 Comments comments (1640)

Five Ways to Lead Brilliantly

1. Embrace those who are unique. These teammates think differently than you and bring an element to the team that would be missing otherwise. Spend time getting to know them and casting the big picture for the team. Build a relationship of trust and respect for all the gifts on your team and watch your organization grow.

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Perfect Blend

Posted on 10 October, 2014 at 14:00 Comments comments (972)

One of the ways Pastor Thomas and I fellowship is over a cup of QuikTrip cappuccino and a muffin after 7:14 pm Bible study on Wednesday nights. Wednesdays are very busy for us, because we teach a Leadership Bible Study at the 11A hour in our community and run errands until the 7:14p Bible Study time at our church. Therefore the QuikTrip fellowship is very ca...

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What do you see?

Posted on 4 October, 2014 at 0:50 Comments comments (3027)


What do you see? That is a crucial question to ask yourself and those you lead. What you see will normally determine what you do. When looking at the DISC profile the following has to be considered for leaders:


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Solitaire�??Moving the right cards in a timely manner

Posted on 19 September, 2014 at 11:10 Comments comments (724)



My husband, Pastor Thomas Stanton, due to his legal blindness, plays solitaire on his IPAD to keep his eye muscles engaged. In an attempt to stay connected to him and understand his love for the game, I have started to play it on my phone. I never liked solitaire, bec...

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The Courage of Authenticity

Posted on 13 September, 2014 at 15:35 Comments comments (1529)

All organizations began with an idea in someone’s mind. You have a great idea to meet a need or solve a problem. You see how this project can be profitable and sustainable. You give it 110% of yourself; yet, it does not fit your personal philosophy. What’s the next step?

The next step is the authenticity check. The authenticity check is th...

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Posted on 29 August, 2014 at 15:35 Comments comments (748)

When I think about choices, my mind immediately goes to Abram’s choice to leave his country, leave his kinfolks, and get away from his father’s house. He was asked to do so by God; yet, he had the choice to obey or to disobey. When listening to God, we have the choice to hear Him or the choice to hear the voice of another. In my second book, “No Bugs; Just Profits”, I give readers guidelines for making choices that will bring balance to the spirit, soul and body. Those...

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