We Are All Entrepreneurs

What's Your Dream? Today, we are all entrepreneurs. Whether you are a stay-at-home parent or a business executive, we are all running a small business, which is called our life. We interact with banks, insurance companies, medical doctors, accountants, schools, daycare centers, etc. We are asked to make life-changing decisions every day. And how we respond to these challenges will determine the state of ourselves, our families, our friends, our community, and even, our world we live in.

And yet, so often, we forget to listen deep down inside ourselves, to our Guidance if you will, to what we know to be true—and its wisdom to show us how to transform this chaotic world into one we want to live in.

Have you ever imagined being the hero of the day? Imagined yourself being one day rich and famous? Haven’t we all? Whether it is the flash of us crossing the finishing line first. Or being a movie star with fame and fortune. Or a famous businessperson featured in national magazines.

We all have imagined how our lives might be one day when our dreams turn into reality. It is these moments of inspiration that drive Entrepreneurs to their goal.

The difference between those who succeed and realize their dreams—and people who don’t—is that some people actually embrace and pursue their dreams.

Are you ready to take the first step to becoming the person God intended you to be?

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Personal Responsibility: Building a Foundation as an Entrepreneur John Paul Owles John Paul Owles

Personal responsibility. What does that mean? On what level do you deal with your own personal responsibility? Why is personal responsibility important to an Entrepreneur?

For some, personal responsibility is a reflection of their credit report. How they pay their bills. How the financial community views them. For others, it may be taking responsibility for their actions rather than just a credit report. For a credit report will not get you into Heaven. But doing the right thing will.

I believe that is what personal responsibility is all about. It is doing the right thing—even when you don’t want to. It is stepping up to the plate and delivering what is needed for any given moment.

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Is it safe to deposit cash in an ATM machine?
Is it safe to deposit cash in an ATM? John Paul Owles

Many banks, as a cost-cutting move, have been reducing the hours their branches and drive-ups are open to customers. In many locations, banks have completely eliminated drive-up access to tellers and installed ATM machines instead. If you want to have a personal interaction with a teller, go inside where you might be greeted with an ATM at the front of the waiting line.

One bank required tellers for a period of time to inform customers they could make cash and check deposits at their ATM machines. After hearing this repeatedly, you soon understand the bank was trying to eliminate their jobs.

At the same time, banks have been cutting back hours at branches and drive-ups by being available only from 9:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m. (rather than 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.) Monday through Friday. Saturday hours have been cut back, too.

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Zen Parent Guide For Raising Kids
Zen Parent Guide For Raising Kids Amy Giustino Talbot

My daughter recently asked me, “Mommy, what is it like to be a Mom?”

I thought about it for a minute.

“Honey, it’s like going to the best party ever, except when it’s over, you don’t get to leave with your friends. You have to stay to clean up—alone.” And so it is with being a parent.

My best friend has one kid. She can travel around the world. Literally. I have three, and I successfully travel around town. On a daily basis I need to remind myself that one day, I will, in fact, miss the constant state of chaos.

Maybe? Probably!

So, who am I? And what makes me think I'm qualified to write a book on becoming a zen parent? I am you. I'm your girlfriend, your sister, your next-door neighbor. We are all the same. We have all made the decision (consciously or subconsciously) to teach a child the guidelines for this crazy thing we call life.


United We Stand, Divided We Fall
United We Stand, Divided We Fall by Dr. Dawn Bennett Hudson Dr. Dawn Bennett Hudson

The amount of hate that has been generated during this election is astonishing. The hate is coming from both Trump and Clinton supporters. The access to social media has only fueled the hatred. Social media has made it possible for people to say rude, mean, degrading, insulting, and downright hateful comments to people that they would never say face to face.

A conversation on Facebook was particularly ugly. The conversation was between two co-workers, who had worked together for years.

One man, “R,” was calling the other man, “J,” a racist because of the candidate J supported. When J protested, R began calling him worse names. Then, J began to name several Black people who also supported his candidate, and R called them such ugly, vile, offensive names, I can’t believe they actually came out of someone’s mouth in today’s society. These two men still have to work together.

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