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Brian Gosur
I left Ford Motor Company after thirty five successful years. I now have a successful career as an entrepreneur, and internet marketer. I am married to a wonderful women, Lori. I have five kids and thirteen grand-children. I am anything but retired.
I left Ford Motor Company after thirty five successful years. I now have a successful career as an entrepreneur, and internet marketer. I am married to a wonderful women, Lori. I have five kids and thirteen grand-children. I am anything but retired.

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If someone is treating you like you're really not that important to them... you probably aren't.

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Do you realize how closely unity and humility are tied together? One breeds the other; neither can exist without the other. They're like Siamese twins, perpetually connected.

Personally, I have seen numerous occasions when pride won out (even though it was never called that) and harmony faded away . . . and I mean fast . . . .

Contrary to the stuff you might read today, the words, fight and quarrel, are not apt descriptions of the way to get ahead.

Friends are made by not fighting and by refusing to quarrel.

Commit yourself to freeing others so they can grow and discover on their own.

For a change, as much as is possible, walk away from an argument rather than inviting one. See if that might inject a totally new view in your relationships.

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Everyday 5 trillion dollars are exchanged on the FOREX market. Want to learn how you can get a piece of this pie? Go to: This is what I did on Friday and I'm just learning.

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Woodrow Wilson once said, "Fear God and you need not be afraid of anyone else.”
There really is "healthy fear." For example, it's very healthy to fear drinking before you drive. However, fear should not be allowed to run rampant through our lives so that it becomes such a devastating factor that it produces failure. The problem is not getting rid of fear, but using it properly.
Dr. Judge M. Lyle said, "Someone has said that the basis of action should be love and not fear. Theoretically that is true, but in practice it does not work out that way. There are legitimate fears. Fear of ignorance causes you to seek an education and fear of poverty makes you work. Fear of disease motivates you to practice healthy and sanitary living. Fear of losing your job will inspire you to show up on time and do the best you know how to do. Fear of failing a class will drive a student to spend extra time in the books. Fear of losing our family inspires us to be faithful to them, work hard for them, and show them love on a daily basis."
"F - E - A - R" stands for "False Evidence Appearing Real." However, if the evidence is real, we should certainly have some healthy fear.
There's real fear in walking across a busy street without going to the corner where the lights are arranged for that purpose. There's legitimate fear in driving your car at excessive speeds under any conditions, but particularly where the visibility is poor or the streets are slippery.
We must learn to distinguish those helpful fears from the harmful ones. When you can do that, fear is a friend. Until you learn to do it, however, fear can be an enemy. Think about what causes you fear. Learn what you should do about it and approach the rest with confidence.

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Remember that you don't have to go forward in big or quick leaps.

The most important thing is simply that you move forward. Even if it's just taking one small or slow step after another.

Because those steps will quickly add up over the weeks even if they may not look so impressive right now.

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The Courage To Grow

The appeal of just “good enough” is powerful, so whenever someone decides to go beyond “good enough,” there is always push-back. You see, people love average. Average doesn’t require much more than showing up. Average gets you through life with minimal fuss, which makes it very appealing to some folks.

But if you’re committed to be the best person you can be, if you’re committed to something greater than average, you must choose to grow. And that starts with finding the courage you need.

Anything you do in life requires other people, and finding the courage to grow is no exception. We all need cheerleaders, people who are in our corner giving us the confidence and courage to take on challenges.

You must have an encouraging environment also. Environment has a huge impact on all of us. Make sure to spend the majority of your time in that encouraging environment.

Lastly, growth isn’t for the timid.

It takes honesty to admit that you aren’t as good as you could be. But being honest about your need for growth is only half the battle; to truly see change, you must summon the courage to act.
As Nelson Mandela once said, “Courage [is] not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”
If you’re looking for courage to conquer fear and grow, surround yourself with encouragement and watch what happens.

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With Christmas upon us, the presents, and all kinds of food and deserts that we as Americans will eat, remember that there are those living among us, in this great country of ours, that don't have anything to eat this Holiday season or any other day of the year.

We have become so self centered, preoccupied, consumed, and drunk with our own world and selfishness, that our hearts cannot feel their pain.

True Christianity is not about my forgiveness of sin, my wholesome living and my good family, so that I can finally make it to heaven...

...It is much more than that.

Jesus came and died on the cross to forgive my sins and set me free from the grip of Satan...

...but He also came to set me free from myself.

My biggest enemy is not always the devil...'s me.

Materialism and the cares of this world are sometimes the biggest anchor on my soul.

Our journey and walk in this world is a but brief second of our walk through eternity. DON'T WASTE IT!

Get to know God intimately today. Make the choice to say no to yourself and the stuff that destroys your inner life.

In dying to self, we can really live.. and in surrendering to God, we can have real victory.

"For the love of Christ compels us, because we have concluded this: that one has died for all, therefore all have died; and he died for all, that those who live might no longer live for themselves but for him who for their sake died and was raised." 2Cor. 5:14-15

Steven Curtis Chatman wrote these words;

" I saw the face of Jesus in a little orphan girl, she was standing in the corner on the other side of the world.
I heard the voice of Jesus gently speak to my heart, "Didn't you say you wanted to find me? Well here I am and there you are. So what now? What will you do now that you have found Me? What will you do with this treasure you have found?
I know I may not look like what you expected, but if you remember, this is right where I said I would be. So what will you do now?

This Christmas look to God and be grateful for what you have been given...

...and please remember to share your abundance with those that only have the crumbs to be thankful for.

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