Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Three Imperatives of Real Success

As a result of my nearly 40-year study of personal improvement and success, I’ve observed a pattern. Highly successful people follow these principles: They take personal accountability for their own success. They act right away when prompted or inspired. They … Continue reading

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SendOutCards Opportunity

SendOutCards provides a fabulous way to keep in touch, to lift spirits, to express thanks, and to remember birthdays. But it’s also a way to earn extra cash while you do good. In fact, you can earn a lot of … Continue reading

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Following a Prompting

Not too long ago, my friend Gerry and I found out that our mutual friend, Nancy, had fallen ill and required emergency surgery. We both agreed we needed to send her a get well card. I returned to my office … Continue reading

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Self Confidence–Essential for Success

One of the keys to success is developing self confidence. When we feel confident we’re more likely to speak up for ourselves. We feel less stress. We can effectively handle most any situation with poise. We spread confidence to those … Continue reading

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I Couldn’t Believe It

Since I fly nearly every week, I get to witness people at their best and at their worst. Sometimes I’m blown away by what I see and hear. A few weeks ago, I was pleased to hear the captain announce … Continue reading

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Audience Comments

Here are a few comments from audience members: 6/16/2011 Grand Rapids David does a wonderful job connecting with his students and inviting them to share their experiences. Very engaging. This seminar was a wonderful experience. I could relate to the … Continue reading

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Tell Them What You Want Them to Do

As a member of the varsity baseball team in my high school, I came to bat late in a tie game with a runner on second and one out. I knew that Coach Brannon would instruct me to bunt. I … Continue reading

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You Get What You Expect

Each of us has driven through a parking lot looking for an open spot. After just a minute or two you may allow our thoughts to turn to the negative. You think, “I’ll never find a spot!” May I suggest … Continue reading

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