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Greg Hickman Are You Serious? Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: April 19, 2012

On a scale of one to ten, how serious are you? When it comes to getting things done, pursuing your goals and making your dreams come true, what do you rate? Are you a ten, where everything you say and do is serious business? Or a one, where the only thing you are serious about is taking a nap?

Greg Hickman Seal the Deal. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: April 16, 2012

You know what you want. You can picture it in your mind. You can feel it in your heart. It's something you want to do; something you need to do. Yet, for one reason or another - or perhaps no reason at all, you don't do it. Instead of just getting busy and getting it done, you wait and hesitate. You procrastinate and put it off. And you allow opportunity to slip away time and time again.

Why?

Greg Hickman Parting Shot. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: April 10, 2012

Whenever you give your best and your best is not good enough, it hurts. It hurts a lot. After all, you wanted to succeed. You wanted to win. You wanted to come out on top. And despite your best effort, you lost. And losing is one rotten feeling that can be very tough to shake.

Greg Hickman Get Reel. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: April 9, 2012

You have dreams of a great life. Wonderful dreams, vibrant dreams, incredible dreams that you hold deep in your soul. You have big ambitions, big plans, and big aspirations tucked away in your heart. You possess big visions of accomplishing big things and big plans of big-time achievement.

Greg Hickman Sticks and Stones. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: April 2, 2012

The world is full of words.

There are heartening words of promise and hope. There are inspiring words spoken to help, to sooth, to make life better. There are encouraging words of praise; words of love, faith and peace. Good words, powerful words, incredible words that build people up.

Greg Hickman You Bet Your Life. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: April 1, 2012

Life is risky business.

There are risks if you take a chance.
There are risks if you do nothing at all.

Greg Hickman Drop In The Bucket. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: March 16, 2012

The other day I found an old paperback copy of the book Think and Grow Rich buried deep on my bookshelf. Although worn and tattered now from many years of use, this tremendous treasure helped me through some of the toughest times I have ever experienced in my life. This wonderful book taught me the laws of success and provided the motivation to expect more, be more and do more in life. This trail blazing personal development book, written by Napoleon Hill way back in 1937, will always be one of my all-time favorites.

Greg Hickman All or Nothing. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: March 15, 2012

Life is not a hit or miss proposition.

You do not 'kind of' succeed nor do you 'sort of' get things going. You do not 'just about' make it big or 'more or less' get it done. Almost, just about and not quite do not count. In life, you either make it, do it and have it - or you don't.

Greg Hickman Magic Show. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: March 3, 2012

Some people live life to the max. These individuals embrace each day. They relish every moment. They love what they do, love where they are. They love life with all of their hearts. And it shows.

Greg Hickman Made From Scratch. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: March 1, 2012

You can allow others to limit you.
You can permit others to define you.
You can let others put you and keep you in your place.

Or you can break free of the shackles.
Bust out of the doldrums.
Battle from behind.
And become a champion.

Greg Hickman Story Book Ending. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 19, 2012

What's your story? What kind of life are you living? What kind of legacy are you leaving? Are you leading the life you've dreamed of living? Are you doing the things you have dreamed of doing?

Are you making memories? Making history? Making the most of each and every day?

Greg Hickman Like A Charm. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 18, 2012

You took a chance. You made a move. You rolled the dice and gave it a go. And much to your surprise, it worked. Like a charm. And it felt great. It felt wonderful. It felt like you were on top of the world.

Greg Hickman In An Instant. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 17, 2012

Instant gratification is not soon enough for most people's tastes these days, not with all of the conveniences at their seeming beck and call. With all sorts of things available at a moment's notice, be it food or information or just about everything else under the sun, people are accustomed to getting what they want when they want it. And make no mistake about it; they want it all. And they want it now.

Greg Hickman Morning Rush. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 16, 2012

How does your typical day begin? Do you jump out of bed ready to take on the world? Or does it take everything you've got just to get moving? Are you ready to rumble right from the get-go? Or does it take a quart of coffee to get your motor started?

Greg Hickman Not To Scale. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 15, 2012

You had big aspirations, big plans, big hopes and dreams. You had big ambitions to reach. You had big goals to achieve. You had all sorts of big things you wanted to accomplish. You wanted to make a big-time splash... in a big-time way.

So let me ask you, what happened to the BIG in your life? Where did it go?

Greg Hickman True Grit. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 14, 2012

Life's been a bit tough lately. You've lost a few battles; you have come up short a few too many times. Even though you have given it everything you have, your best hasn't proved good enough. Bruised, battered, and all but beaten; you feel hurt and a little lost.

Greg Hickman With Flying Colors. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 13, 2012

Thomas Paine once wrote, "These are the times that try men's souls." Mr. Paine's words, penned centuries ago, ring just as true today. After all, hardly a day goes by that does not in some or fashion try your patience, willpower and soul.

Greg Hickman Forget About It. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 12, 2012

You've made some mistakes. OK, maybe made a ton of them. Probably more than you care to admit. Some were mistakes of commission, where your actions cost you dearly. Others were mistakes of omission, where your refusal to act cost you as well. Regardless of how the mistake occurred, the hurt runs deep. The pain lingers on. The unpleasant thoughts haunt you to this day.

Greg Hickman Pick A Fight. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 11, 2012

Some people love to fight or at least it seems that way. Ready to throw down at the drop of a hat, these combative sorts will fight over little misunderstandings. They will fight over minor inconveniences. They will fight when there's no reason to fight at all. Always looking to rumble, they're not a lot of fun to be around unless, of course, you love to fight as much as they do,

Hopefully that is not the case.

Greg Hickman Spare Change. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 10, 2012

Change scares the dickens out of some people. Even those stuck in a rotten rut, going nowhere and getting very little done, are hesitant to change. What's the deal? Why are so many people so opposed to changing their lives? Why do so many people who really need to change what they are doing - and want to change what they are getting - keep doing the same thing over and over again?

It just doesn't make any sense.


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