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We must be ready to dare all for our country. For history does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid.

Dwight D. Eisenhower (quoted in the forward of Mitt Romney’s new book, “No Apology–The Case for American Greatness”)

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The makers of the Constitution conferred…the right to be let alone–the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by civilized men.

–Justice Louis Brandeis

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God loves to help him who strives to help himself.

Aeschylus (pron es-kuh-luhs), Greek Dramatist, soldier at the Battle of Marathon, and author of Agamemnon, BC 525-456

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Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.

–Abraham Lincoln

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With self discipline, most anything is possible.

–Theodore Roosevelt

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Statistics show that about 70% of workers are dissatisfied with their jobs. In America, a nation which exemplifies excellence and offers a level of personal freedom unmatched in the history of mankind, this is unacceptable.

We do what we must to provide for our family–that is our duty. But we also have a purpose here on earth which transcends simple subsistence. We must break free of the habits we have formed and chart the path of our calling. When we do this, the internal feelings of unease and unhappiness will disolve, for we are always subconsciously aware of what is right and what is wrong. Make the commitment right now to begin doing what is right.

–Mike Hazell

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Two roads diverged in a wood, and I–

I took the one less traveled by,

And that has made all the difference

–Robert Frost

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Continuous effort, not strength or intelligence, is the key to unlocking your potential.

–Winston Churchill

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Don’t live your life in someone else’s dream.

–Mike Hazell

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Routines are not, by themselves, bad things. For instance, getting up at a certain time each day, driving to work, eating dinner at the same time each night…these are all routines we perform subconsciously; automatically. Here’s the challenge: most of us actually go through our days in this subconscious state. When something happens, perhaps as mundane as the phone ringing, our programming takes over and elicits an immediate internal response. “What’s the problem now?” Or “who is trying to sell me something this time?”

To achieve greatness, we must break out of this groove and live consciously! If you are not living the life you have imagined, or are not on the road to your goals, then it is time to make a stand and crack the mold. For some, this will require a major “jolt” such as a job loss or health scare. But, having a realization that you are not on the right path and deciding to change things can literally transform your life. Decide, right now, to begin the reprogramming process and start living consciously.

MSH

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