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Monthly Archives: May 2014

#TBT Throwback Thursday 01

Sterling Sharpe might be the most under-rated wideout in NFL history. One of my favorite things about Sterling is what he didn’t do. He didn’t constantly call attention to himself or take all the credit for everything good that happened on the field. In this age of social media and hordes of athletes clamoring for … Continue reading »

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Two Words Everyone Should Say Today

   

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The Virtue of Change

Change is so difficult. Any change. The crazy thing is, even positive change that we know is going to be so much better, is a challenge. It has an odd grip on each of us. Change is related to habit and habits are hard to break. (Herein read “The Power of Habit.”) When Brett Favre … Continue reading »

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Monday Motivation: Pain is Temporary

I’ve been looking for a place and time to share the inspiring speaking of Eric Thomas with you. Most of his videos are a bit lengthy, but here is one that I hope will inspire you to have a great Monday. Do that! Have a inspiring and productive Monday!

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5 Things Seniors Taught Me

A key goal of this blog is to teach my son what I have learned. This includes successes and failures and things I just flat didn’t pay attention to. My father always gently encouraged me to think ahead and most of the goals I’ve achieved or moments I’ve enjoyed were a result of thinking in … Continue reading »

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How to Handle Losing the Right Way

Jim Harbaugh sticks out in my mind. It’s the day after the Packers lost their 2014 Wild-Card Playoff game to the San Francisco 49ers. It seems like a broken record — Losing to the niners for the fourth time in 18 months. Heading into the game I thought there was absolutely no chance the Packers … Continue reading »

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Monday Motivation: A Little Humor with Frank

We break from your regularly scheduled blog posts for a little humor … My son reminded me of something we have all heard but don’t make an effort to do more of … “Dad.” he smiled. “People who laugh live longer. You laugh a lot.” Hope you enjoy this one as much as I do…

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In Honor of the 21st Pick Today…

Since the Packers have the 21st pick in today’s NFL draft, I figured what better  time to bust out one of the most legendary moments in team history. Don’t forget to turn it up! And here’s to hoping Ted Thompson can find another gem near the bottom of the picking order. And the best part … Continue reading »

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The Best Campsite Ever

Those who know me know that I don’t camp. My usual line is something like: “I like camping if the campground has Marriott or Ritz-Carlton in the title. With that in mind you would understand that I was apprehensive about taking part in what I now regard as the “best campsite ever.” I must be … Continue reading »

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Motivation Monday: One of my favorite Lombardi Quotes (Maybe Lombardi…)

“What we do on some great occasion will probably depend on what we already are; and what we are will be the result of previous years of self-discipline.” – Henry Parry Liddon I have seen this quote attributed to Vince Lombardi in a ton of publications. Regardless of who said it, it is so true. … Continue reading »

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