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Jim Olson
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Writer, Cowboy, Lover of Life!
Writer, Cowboy, Lover of Life!

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Going Above and Beyond
    It had been a long and dusty morning of sorting cattle. There were four of us “temps” hired to help for the busy season. We got done a little early that morning and decided to have an early lunch while we waited for the boss to return. After lunch, we s...

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Get along with your fellow man - it pays!
Andrew Carnegie started off as a very poor young man whose first job paid him only two cents per hour. Although he only attended school four years, later in life, he became very successful and gave away over 350 million in charitable contributions during hi...

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Growing up COUNTRY!
You may not know it, but I grew up country. Not “country” like, my family tree does not “fork,” kind of country. LOL! Not a house-per-acre in a subdivision kind of country (although there are a lot of great rural folk from those areas). But a down-home, pro...

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Happiness
     Happiness is something humankind has sought since the dawning of time. Thousands of games and other forms of entertainment have been invented to stimulate it. What most never realize however is all happiness is fleeting unless you first bring it with y...

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Jesse Stahl - First Black Bronc Rider!

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Free Feel Good...
Offer someone a friendly smile or a kind word today. It'll make you both feel better, and it doesn't cost a thing!

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The Rat Race..
One thing I've learned about the rat race―the winner is still a rat!

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A better view…
Once I started viewing life from an objective standpoint instead of an opinionated one, everything started looking better!

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Life happens now...
Every once in a while, we need to look back to see where we've been. It helps educate and also to plan for the future. A look ahead is important as well if you want to get anywhere good.   Just don't spend too much time looking back - or ahead. Always remem...
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