Friday, July 23, 2021

LIFE IN AMERICA

There are many analogies of Life In America. For the purpose of this blog, America is going to viewed as a restaurant vs a cafeteria.

In a restaurant, you go in and sit at a table and someone comes and takes your order and brings you what you ordered.

In a cafeteria, you start at the beginning and pick out what you want and at the end you will find out what it costs.

So, we prefer to say that Life In America is a cafeteria. You can get anything you want as long as you are willing to pay the price. You can even get success. But you’ll never get it, if you wait for someone to bring it to you. As in a cafeteria, you have to get up and get it.

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Friday, July 16, 2021

LEADERSHIP

Leadership

A common demonstration of leadership is to place a piece of string on a table. Pull it, and it’ll will follow you. Push it, and it goes nowhere at all.

Leadership isn’t something that comes automatically just because you have people working for you. If people have to be forced to follow directions, then you are failing as a leader. Leadership depends on the ability to make people want to follow your instructions voluntarily. People who are successful leaders work to inspire their people to make them want to cooperate.

Effective leaders realize that they receive the best efforts from their people by working with them and helping them do their best and be more productive.

Most people want to do a good job as long as they feel appreciated. Good Leadership will be rewarded by your associates always trying to do their best. There might be a few who need to be watched and be reminded to get on the ball. The fewer is always the better.

The need for little pushing usually indicates good leadership.

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Friday, July 09, 2021

IT IS HARD

It is hard: to forget, to apologize, to save money, to be unselfish, to avoid mistakes, to stay out of a rut, to start all over again, to make the best of all things, to keep your temper, to think first and act later, to maintain a high standard, to keep on keeping on, to take the blame, to be charitable, to admit an error, to take advice, to forgive and the list goes on.

But It Pays !!

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Friday, July 02, 2021

INDEPENDENCE DAY

Obviously, Independence Day, the Fourth of July, is the day the United States commemorates its Declaration of Independence. The Continental Congress declared that the thirteen American colonies were no longer subject and subordinate to the monarch of Britain and were now united, free and independent states.

This day historically has been marked by various activities. Among them parades, celebrations, baseball games, reunions and firework displays. With all that has happened over the past few months, some if not all of these aforementioned activities may not take place. We are facing trying times, times that will challenge the very fabric of America.

We should not forget this fact, that this day marked the beginning of a long and bloody conflict to gain the Independence that our founding Fathers felt was so very important. It is what became the American Way of Life and what was so eloquently stated in The Constitution.

The fact that not everyone agrees with what everyone else says is what makes America great. The fact that we are free to disagree, the fact that we are free to voice our opinion and the fact that we are free to live our lives as we see fit. As long as we do so with honor and respect of all others and within the confines of the law.

So as you participate in whatever you have planned for this day, take a moment to be thankful for what you have and the fact that you live in The United States of America.

God Bless America!!

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