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I’m sure we’ve all seen this before.  I know I have…and I can’t get enough.

Sometimes when I feel sort of kicked around, I’ll go find this and watch it.

What a great reminder to step up and let the world hear the “music within us”.  Wow…

Whether you’ve seen it before or not, this should give you some light in your day.

It doesn’t matter how much seems obviously stacked up against us…each one of us has our own special brilliance to share with the world.  It’s up to us to own it and let it out.


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 “Pain is temporary.  It may last a minute, or an hour, or a day, or a year.  But eventually it will subside and something else will take its place.  If I quit, however, it lasts forever!”          Lance Armstrong

 It’s hard to improve much on this statement by adding to it, so I won’t.

I’d love it if you comment and share what it means to you, though.




Jacob Nordby




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“Trying times are not the times to stop trying.”
— Ray Owen, Writer


OK, I’m going to share Eminem’s music video–“Lose Yourself”.  This is the censored version…unfortunately, all the other original ones are disabled for embedded video.

I’ve appreciated this rap since I first heard it (and I don’t usually like rap at all!).  Really speaks to standing at the edge of opportunity and feeling the fear–then plunging in completely to claim victory.  It also speaks of failure and trying again even in the hardest, most discouraging circumstances….



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“These are not dark days; these are great days – the greatest days our country has ever lived.”
— Winston Churchill


Winston Churchill shows his "V"ictorious attitude against all odds

Winston Churchill shows his "V"ictorious attitude against all odds

What more needs to be said?  It’s like another World War in the financial markets.  We have a choice…either dig a hole, crawl in and hide–or, stand up, raise our hand in a victorious “V” and let our personal spheres of influence know that we represent strength and hope for a new day.
Sir Winston Churchill was most certainly an extraordinary Jackalope!

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