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Scout & Zoe Bestow First Exceptional Canine Award

A Rare Breed of Hero Ground Zero veteran Max recognized with Scout & Zoe’s first Exceptional Canine Award for his versatility and can-do attitude ANDERSON, IN – Now here’s a dog’s life even a cat could love. Max, a German Shepherd from Indianapolis, has proven himself time and time again as a search and rescue [&hellip

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Dwell in Possibilities

Content for today is from Today’s Thought.  To sign up for their daily newsletter, visit Today’s Thought. “Dwell in possibility.” – Emily Dickinson What a beautiful and poignant thought this is. Just reading these words inspires me to take up residence in this place Emily Dickinson calls “possibility.” The fact is, however, life is filled with [&hellip

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Real Life Business Lesson

Passion and emotion usually get the better of me and that is when I write. Today, I just have to put this out there. I think there are many people who will benefit from my post today. I have been trying to do business with a local company so I made the initial contact. I [&hellip

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At the Close of 2009

Well, at least 2009 was an interesting year in many ways. Let’s see.  There is the good and the not so good.  We watched our new president settle into his first year in office.  There were the economic woes that left no one untouched.  Families were separated by another year of conflict overseas. And 2009 [&hellip

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Wreaths Across America

Unless you have lost someone who served in the Armed Services, you most likely don’t think about Veteran’s Day or Memorial Day except as a possible day off. When Daddy passed away last year, he was laid to rest at Georgia National Cemetery outside of Atlanta, Georgia. He had a funeral that included full military [&hellip

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The Power of Better Words

I normally don’t pass forwarded emails along unless they are really, really relevant. I received the one I am posting here this morning from my friend Mary.  I felt it was powerful in a couple of different ways. The first was the power of words. The words you select to describe your day, your product [&hellip

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Get Back on That Horse!

(This article appears on the Rainmaker Blog dated 4-19-07) Get back on that horse sooner than later unless you want to always have that nagging fear that you could get bucked again. Easier said than done you say? Here are a few starters to get you out of that dusty funk and get back into [&hellip

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