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Work Ethic

The best kept secret in America today is that people would rather work hard for something they believe in than enjoy a life of pampered idleness.


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Ask a Busy Person

A person who is always available is not worth enough when he is available.


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The Cult of Mediocrity

I fear that we in the mass media are creating such a market for mediocrity that we've diminished the incentive for excellence. We celebrate notoriety ...


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One More Hour

The amount of sleep required by the average person is about an hour more.


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Don't Clutter

Don't own so much clutter

That you will be relieved

To see your house catch fire.


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No Pain, No Gain

The unconverted man says, "Conversion is easy tomorrow, but hard today. I'll put it off." Even so, prayer that is now difficult appears easy in the ...


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Opportunity Looks Like Work

Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.


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Sticky Trees

One of the things I ask my children to do is pick up any branches or sticks in the yard. I could tell my six-year-old daughter, Ashton, was tiring of ...


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Shine on Me

Every morning for two years I battled with my son Jordan to get him up for school. Everything changed when he left his window shades up at night. In the ...


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Idleness Is Abhorrent

There is not a thing on the face of the earth that I abhor so much as idleness or idle people.


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