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Greg Hickman Mining For Gold Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: October 7, 2002
The most successful men and women have repeatedly found a way to tap into their own gold mines and we must do so as well.

Greg Hickman Taking A Quick Peek At The Peak Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: October 4, 2002
Whenever you have to choose between looking back or looking ahead, that should be an easy choice to make. Since your life is in front of you and not behind you, doesn't it make more sense to look ahead instead of behind?

Greg Hickman Extra, Extra -- Read All About It! Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: October 3, 2002
Ordinary people with ordinary backgrounds and from ordinary places can accomplish some truly extraordinary feats when they are willing to put in a little extra here and a little extra there.

Greg Hickman There's Never a Credit Limit Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: October 2, 2002
Former President Ronald Reagan once said, "There is no limit to what man can do or where he can go, if he doesn't mind who gets the credit".

Greg Hickman It Sounds Too Good To Be True. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: October 1, 2002
How would you like to live each day in an almost seemingly too good to be true manner, where all sorts of good things happen to you and for you? You can when you master the power of believing in yourself.<

Greg Hickman We Need To Value Our Values. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 30, 2002
When we speak of values, we are talking about the standards, rules and beliefs that we have established for ourselves and govern our way of living. This special "code of honor" includes our approach to such things as loyalty, faith, character, integrity and honesty.

Greg Hickman Without A Doubt. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 27, 2002
You and I have always had what it takes to be counted among the best of the very best. We can choose to live a life completely devoid of worry and fear when we choose to live without a doubt. The moment we start believing deep down in our hearts and our souls that we can do it, then we will do it … without a doubt!

Greg Hickman Paying Your Dues. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 26, 2002
"You've got to pay your dues". I bet I have heard that phrase hundreds if not thousands of times over the years. If you are like me, you have listened to the so-called experts tell you that in order for you to get to the top of the heap, you have got to pay your dues along the way.

Greg Hickman What A Day A Difference Makes. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 25, 2002
Throughout our lives we have repeatedly heard the familiar saying, "What a difference a day makes". While winners we should be genuinely grateful that each new day provides us a fresh start and gives us another shot at new opportunities, we should also recognize that the manner in which we approach each day can make a big difference in the type of day we get to enjoy.

Greg Hickman No Experience Required. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 24, 2002
You should look forward to each dawning day with a bright eyed optimism, anxiously awaiting the plentiful opportunities the new day offers. It is high time that you forget about what is behind you (because it is behind you - and that is where it will remain) and place all of your focus and attention on building the promising future you and your loved ones deserve.

Greg Hickman Playing It Safe Or Playing To Win? Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 23, 2002
Just like a powerful tornado, you'll swoop in out of nowhere, a swirling, whirling, irrepressible, wide open and rolling ball of relentless energy. You will blow out the candles, upset the apple cart, turn over the lawn furniture, mow down anything and everything that stands in your path and most importantly, have the time of your life doing it.

Greg Hickman Going Out Of Your Mind. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 20, 2002.
Have you ever felt as though you were about to go out of your mind? If you are like most of us, you probably have. Well, I am going to give you some unconventional advice. I don’t believe there is anything wrong with going out of your mind every once in a while.

Greg Hickman Crystal Clear. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 19, 2002.

There is absolutely nothing that can compare to a beautiful blue sky on a crystal clear day. On one of these postcard perfect days, where the seemingly endless sky stretches out in all directions, it feels as though you can see forever.

Greg Hickman Getting Close Does Count. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 18, 2002.

Not quite. Almost. Not exactly. Nice try. Close, but no cigar. We have all heard these familiar refrains before. But contrary to what these sayings would lead you to believe, getting close does indeed count for something – and something big.

Greg Hickman Making Time. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 17, 2002
Making time or marking time, how do you typically spend your days? Are you out there making things happen and making your dreams come true or are you simply marking time and taking up space? Far too many of us needlessly waste time and waste our lives away because we’ve never learned how to make out time count.

Greg Hickman What's In Store? Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 16, 2002

The great news is that you and I can overpower and eliminate negative conditioning from our lives by programming ourselves for success daily. You should start this exciting, invigorating, reconditioning process by making a list of the things you need to get done today.

Greg Hickman Stop Wishing Your Life Away. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 13, 2002
TGIF. Thank goodness it’s Friday! How many times have we heard others, maybe even ourselves, utter that joyful refrain? Probably too often to count. I’ve even known some people who started wishing for Friday on Monday morning! Monday morning, for crying out loud.

Greg Hickman Living In Never, Never Land. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 12, 2002
You’ll soon be amazed at how all of those things you could never do now miraculously get done. When you choose to live in never, never land – you’ll pleasantly discover that never won’t last forever.

Greg Hickman A Day We'll Never Forget. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 11, 2002
It's been one year since that fateful September morning when tragedy struck from the air. As the entire world stood in stunned disbelief, calamitous horror played itself out in New York City, Washington, DC and the fields of Shanksville, Pennsylvania. In a matter of moments, our world came tumbling down - and forever changed.

Greg Hickman Don't Put Your Life On Layaway. Click Here for Passage
Description of Story: September 10, 2002
Why are we so willing to wait on this or that happening before we start happening ourselves? Instead of making the most of every moment, we make excuses and put things off instead. Unknowingly, we put our lives on layaway.


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