Category Archives: self-esteem

What Do We Tell Ourselves?

During a tour of Dearborn, Michigan’s Greenfield Village several years ago, the guide took our group into Henry Ford’s childhood home and eventually quoted the great industrialist as having said, “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’ll be … Continue reading

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Life-Changing Words

As I ponder my life, I often think of what folks have said to me. Sadly, I wish I could forget some scenes. But one memory makes me smile. Why? Because a few kind words when I was 12 gave … Continue reading

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