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All That Success…And He’s Still a Jerk

By James Newcomb | 09 December 2019 |

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The Story of Olympic Wrestler Dan Gable: “Like a Pitcher Throwing 3 No Hitters In the World Series…”

By James Newcomb | 08 December 2019 |

Dan Gable in 1966 decided that he wanted to win the 1972 Olympic Games. So, he started training. He trained at least once a day, and usually twice a day, and he had very injured knees. One doctor said, “Dan, if you keep wrestling, you might be crippled for the…

Old School Craftsmanship Saves Lives of 3 Friends from Certain Death

By James Newcomb | 06 December 2019 |

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Be a Brother Like That

By James Newcomb | 05 December 2019 |

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The “Big Rocks” of Life by Dr. Stephen R. Covey

By James Newcomb | 03 December 2019 |

One day this expert was speaking to a group of business students and, to drive home a point, used an illustration I’m sure those students will never forget. After I share it with you, you’ll never forget it either. As this man stood in front of the group of high-powered…

A Seed in the Mud (by Paul Berchtold)

By James Newcomb | 02 December 2019 |

Once upon a time there was a seed buried in the mud. It was in dark blackness. It was cold and wet. It shivered. It was just plain no fun. It was icky. It was dirty. It was muddy. It was mucky. It was stuck in the mud. How it…

The Fighter Who Inspired Rocky Balboa’s Character

By James Newcomb | 01 December 2019 |

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The Cremation of Sam McGee; a Poem by Robert Service

By James Newcomb | 30 November 2019 |

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Win One for The Gipper

By James Newcomb | 29 November 2019 |

The most successful college football coach of all time was Knute Rockne of Notre Dame and he had tremendous seasons but one year in the late 20s he had an average team and they had a big game towards the end of the season against the undefeated cadets from West…

Olympic Bobsledder Helps Competitor, Only to Lose the Gold Medal

By James Newcomb | 28 November 2019 |

The winter Olympics were held in Innsbruck, Austria, from January 29 to February 9, 1964.  In the two-man bobsled, the greatest driver in the world was Eugenio Monti from Italy.  Eugenia just ended his last run in with an incredible time. There was only one team left. Nobody was going…

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