What kind of “why” questions do you ask yourself, and how are you acting on the results? You may be smarter than a 5th grader, but do you conduct research better than a 2 or 3-year old? “Why?” is a powerful research tool; one highly recommended by the leading 2 and 3 years olds across the…

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OMG! She’s so judgmental!!! I can’t believe she would say that to someone! Who does she think she is?!” You’ve heard something like that before, haven’t you? I heard it again today and seriously started laughing out loud; even snorted a little. The sheer oxymoronishness of the statement would generally have been enough to send…

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You wake up in the morning, stretch, feet hit the ground, and immediately your mind starts rolling thoughts of all the things you have to do today. “I have to do the laundry, get the kids to school, pay the bills, and work out. Oh, and I have to take the car in for an…

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Out of all the scary, creepy, spine-chilling, sweat-inducing, tear-causing, worrisome, phobiotic things that people are afraid of, what’s the number one answer people finally get down to when asked the simple question, “What are you really afraid of?” Being alone. Seriously – that’s it. Not the kind of being alone when everyone’s out of the…

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My son Blake played little league this spring; his first year in the minors which is kid-pitch instead of machine-pitch or coach-pitch. Things can get a little wild at times with 8 to 11-year olds winging the ball at the plate with the ambition of a big-leaguer but the accuracy of a blindfolded Isaac Newton.…

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My sister sent me one of those “This is funny….” emails today that was forwarded to her from a bazillion other people who kept forwarding it on to the next victim until it finally landed on my computer and took me 5 minutes to open.  It was humorous, and I must say, thought provoking.  It…

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