Apr
5
2018

May 3, 2015 was a very intense day at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas. The Garland police and fire departments had a very strong contingency at the event, including uniformed policemen, SWAT team and tactical medics. They were prepared, knowing the potential of a very serious situation unfolding. The event was hosted by […]

Mar
23
2018

My very close friend had a four day stay in the hospital recently. During his stay, a friend visited him who had recently experienced some of the same health issues that he had. They traded “war stories” of dizziness, loss of heart rate and the vision shutting down. And both agreed that we all take […]

Mar
2
2018

Can we get away from constant marketing barrages, please!? I mean, good grief! You can’t even enjoy a movie any more without being bombarded with the same advertisements that you see at home on television each day and the promotion of television shows, local businesses and the way-overpriced snacks at the snack bar, which you […]

Jun
25
2016

“He met his Waterloo” is one of those phrases that has been quoted many times and probably is losing it’s true meaning and history, especially with the younger generation. They don’t realize the human tragedies and difficulties that birthed this expression. Whenever one encounters an external force greater than themselves and one that they cannot […]

Feb
3
2016

Recently I attended a two-day leadership conference. If you have ever been to these types of events, you know they can be fun when people start telling about themselves. And this day was no exception. One of our trainers began the section on listening to other’s advice with a personal story. Bill said that he […]