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Opportunity is missed by most people because it’s dressed in overalls and looks like work. Thomas Edison You just finished reading Thomas Edison! Consider leaving a comment!You just finished reading a blog post from It is the place to learn about life and leadershi…
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“I readily absorb ideas from every source, frequently starting where the last person left off.” – Thomas Edison
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“There is a way to do it better – find it.” – Thomas Edison
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How can a pastor or church leader know if they're working in an environment of growth? If a ministry leader isn't, how can they develop a team desiring to grow together?
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How to learn and grow from a failure in your life.
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Tim Elmore is the founder and president of Growing Leaders, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization…
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To all my fellow perfectionists out there, I have a word of caution. No, not the ones you’ve already heard before: Nobody’s perfect. If you’re afraid to fail, you’ll never succeed. Thomas Edison didn’t fail, he discovered 1,000 ways NOT to make a light bulb. B…
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Are you awash in a morass of failure? Does everything you try seem to turn to dust? Does every new venture end up a money pit? Does every new relationship end as a heart breaker? Does every new opportunity evaporate into thin air? Not Alone! You fail a lot? Welcome
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In 1847, a French Catholic Priest commissioned a Christmas poem from local winemaker Placide Cappeau de Roquemaure. This local poet penned the words to “O Holy Night” while traveling to Paris. After writing the poem, Cappeau believed these verses would do well set to music. Not…