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JOEL WELDON
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"Success Comes in CANS, Not in Cannots"
"Success Comes in CANS, Not in Cannots"

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In case you don't know what Martin Luther King did when he got to the bottom of pg 4 to make his speech so amazing...
http://joelweldon.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-greatest-speech-of-20th-century.html

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Here's the amazing Christmas card created for us by Epiphany2Design Photographers in celebration of our 50th Anniversary.
Merry Christmas everyone!
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Forget LUCK! Be more prepared and then stay alert for opportunities that surround you. Accept responsibility for your own success and avoid references to some elusive "lucky charm." Instead of saying "Good luck" to someone, say "Go get e'm!" or "You can DO it!"
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Great way to celebrate a birthday!
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WORRY is the mental fog that prevents you from seeing things clearly. Don't let it blind you to what's really out there! The mental fog of worry hides from view the opportunities and solutions that are all around you right now!  
According to the U.S Bureau of Standards, a dense fog, 100 feet deep, covering seven city blocks, is actually composed of ... less than one glass of water! That's it! 
So next time you find yourself "in a fog," smile, reflect about the "fog of worry," and put that fog in its proper perspective...in a glass, not even full!  Then you can MAKE it a great day!
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Excuses benefit nobody — just take responsibility! It’s easy to make excuses, but when you look back on them, they sound a little ridiculous. Like, “The telephone pole was approaching fast. I was attempting to swerve out of its path when it struck my front end.” Take responsibility for your actions. If you make a mistake, set an example by “fessing up” and moving on to what needs to be done!
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On July 7th, Judy & I celebrated 50 wonderful years together. The celebration will continue all year... Stay tuned!
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