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Greg Hickman Doing Some Home Improvement. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 26, 2003.

While the relationships you develop and enjoy with people outside your own home are very important, the relationships you share with those special family members inside your home are far and away life’s most meaningful.

Greg Hickman A Special Day From Start To Finish. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 25, 2003.

Have you ever experienced one of those "special" days, a super sensational day so indelibly etched into your mind that you will never forget it? Sure you have, all of us have at one time or another. I would like you to pause for a minute or two and paint an emotion laden picture in your mind of one of those special days from your past.

Greg Hickman Positioning Yourself For Success. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 24, 2003.

While there are exceptions to every rule, most of the so-called lucky people take an active role in creating their own good luck. The luckiest people I have ever known didn't all of a sudden fall into their good fortune.

Greg Hickman Double Vision. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 22, 2003.

Occasionally we hear of people suffering from an affliction called double vision, where their vision is blurred to such an extent that they are literally seeing double. However, there is a different kind of double vision that winners consistently use to their best advantage. This double vision allows them to see both sides of any situation.

Greg Hickman Choosing The Express Lane. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 21, 2003.

What kind of road do you travel on each day? Does the road permit you to go full speed ahead all day long or does it slow you down and hold you back? The would-be winners see their path to success as a constant up hill struggle, full of delays and detours. Try as they might, they never seem to get ahead in life. As they slow poke along in low gear, they glance up only to see the winners zooming by in the express lane.

Greg Hickman Winning Common Denominators. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 20, 2003.

Winners have a lot in common. Let’s take a few moments and examine some of the prevalent traits or should we say common denominators that are shared by most winners.

Greg Hickman The Player Inside You Needs to Play! Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 19, 2003.

How do you go about elevating yourself from pretender to player status? Well, for starters, you need to get down from the bleachers and get out on the playing field. You will never be a part of the action until you get out on the playing field of life.

Greg Hickman The Power of Faith. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 18, 2003.

I passed a church the other day that had a simple but powerful message on it’s sign outside. The message simply said, "Faith sees things that are out of sight."

Out of sight perhaps, but never out of reach.

Greg Hickman Your Countdown to Success. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 17, 2003.

What exactly is this concept we call success? Is it having a lot of money? Is it living in a nice house? Is it owning an expensive car or perhaps wearing nice clothes? The answer to all of these questions is "not exactly."

Greg Hickman Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 15, 2003.

There is a BIG difference between trying to do something and getting it done. That difference is commitment.

Greg Hickman Turning It On. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 14, 2003.

If you have ever watched the start of the Indianapolis 500, either in person or on television, you are familiar with the following announcement:

"Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines!"

Greg Hickman Becoming Unreasonable. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 13, 2003.

I had a friend quite a few years back who regularly voiced concerns about my annoying habit of conjuring up outlandish dreams and aspirations for my life. Whenever I would enthusiastically tell him about the next super exciting project I was about to undertake, he was always more than ready to let the air out of my balloon. As soon as I finished outlining my next great game plan for success, he would scoff and just shake his head and tell me it was unreasonable for me to set my sights so high.

Greg Hickman No Deposit, No Return. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 12, 2003.

Life in a way is very similar to those no deposit, no return bottles. You have to put something in before you can expect to receive something back in return.

Greg Hickman The Winner's Circle. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 11, 2003.

By associating with and being around successful people who believe it can be done and who are constantly looking for ways to do it, you will continue to condition yourself for success. The primary function of your winner's circle is to immerse you and the other members in a positive charged environment where everyone focuses on positive thoughts, positive ideas and positive action.

Greg Hickman Have It Your Way. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 10, 2003.

Winners are those fortunate individuals who have learned that they can indeed have things their own way. They do not use what others have or the way others do things as their measuring sticks. Instead, they choose to do the things they want to do and have the things they want to have. In short, winners set their own standards for excellence and so should you.

Greg Hickman A Little Peace of Mind. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 8, 2003.

When you feel mad, sad or bad, you harm your own peace of mind. And anything that hurts you can never be good for you, can it? Of course not. So how do you go about turning these bad feelings into something positive? You turn them around by turning the heat down.

Greg Hickman Security Is An 'Inside' Job. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 7, 2003.

Real security is derived from living life on your terms, having fun, bringing value to others and being the best person you can be. Yes, that is the only true security you'll ever enjoy in life. Hey, I am not suggesting that you immediately go out and quit your job. Not at all. But I am suggesting that you should make absolutely certain that you enjoy the best life has to offer in terms of your family life, your spiritual life and yes, your working life as well.

Greg Hickman An 'I' Opening Experience. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 6, 2003.

A number of people nowadays suffer from a debilitating "I" affliction that can cause serious long term problems if left unchecked. Whether we want to admit it or not, many of us live a selfish, self-centered existence where me, myself and I are our primary concerns.

Greg Hickman Stop, Look and Really Listen. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 5, 2003.

Listen up, I've got something important to tell you. Hey, I'm talking to you. Yes, you! OK, are you listening now? Wait a minute, you are still not paying attention, are you? I want you to stop what you are doing because I'm only going to say this once. Listening is a lost art today. Listen up; I've got something important to tell you. Hey, I'm talking to you. Yes, you! OK, are you listening now? Wait a minute; you are still not paying attention, are you? I want you to stop what you are doing because I'm only going to say this once. Listening is a lost art today. What do you mean you didn't get it the first time? Yes, I will say it again, but this time you really need to hear what I say. Ready? Are you sure this time?

Greg Hickman You Have To Get Up To Go. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: February 4, 2003.

A simple title, yet a super powerful message. After all, in order to get where you want to go in life, you first have to get up. But then, even after you have decided to get up, you still have to "go" if you ever expect to get there. Far too often we find that the proverbial get up and go has got up and left way too many people in this country.


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