POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE

When I worked for Dale Carnegie I had an opportunity to work with Jeffery. I love his style. It’s honest, brash, and in your face with love.

As I awoke this morning, I decided to think like an adult instead of a selfish child and part of that is having a positive mental attitude.

What about you? Watch The Video & “Hughes it.”

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Mindset Matters

Here my Grandpa Huey discusses that your mindset matters. What is your mindset? Check out the video and Hughes it or Lose it? *Article by Matthew Ferry

My Dale Carnegie Course

I just graduated from The Dale Carnegie Course in Roanoke Virginia. Here is my Diploma, the great people I took it with, and testimonials!

TESTIMONIALS

Warren Buffet Says His Dale Carnegie Diploma is More Important To Him Than His College Diploma!

Us-Team-Graduates of My Dale Carnegie Course

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Star Search

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Ideals are like stars; you will not succeed in touching them with your hands, but like the seafaring man on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides, and following them, you reach your destiny.

– Carl Schurz

Does Your Boss Need Help?

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It’s funny to ask this question. Mentally, your boss may need help but what about engaging you as an employee? Helping you through issues and appreciating your job. Sometimes it isn’t easy for you or them! Dale Carnegie works and improves the relationship but you have to be willing to change. So, who needs help?

 

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Home Run

Mickey Mantle

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FrazierHughes.com is not a religious guy by any means but Spiritual. I found this today and thought it was pretty cool…. F

What should it profit a man if he gains the world 

but loses his soul?

Jesus Christ

As a boy, my idol was baseball star Mickey Mantle. Along with millions of other kids, I dreamed of playing centerfield for the Yankees, slamming home runs over the fence to the tune of a huge crowd’s roar of adoration, and winning the Most Valuable Player Award. Several years ago, I saw an interview with Mickey Mantle after he had come out of the Betty Ford Clinic. I was stunned to learn that my hero had succumbed to a long and grisly bout with alcoholism. The interviewer asked the former star, nearing death due to liver damage, “How would you like people to remember Mickey Mantle? ”

With great humility, he answered, “I would like people to think that I finally made something of myself.”

Finally? I couldn’t believe my ears! If anybody had ever made anything of himself, I thought, it was Mickey Mantle, the most loved and respected athlete of an entire generation. The Mick was the king. Yet, through his eyes, all his stardom was for naught in the face of his losses to drink. To Mickey Mantle, overcoming his alcoholism was a far greater achievement than all the home runs he’d ever hit.

All worldly glory pales in comparison to spiritual awakening. Mickey Mantle mastered his lesson of a lifetime when he graduated from the Betty Ford Clinic. No matter what accolades we achieve in the outer world, it is our inner life we need to come to terms with. Although he had all the laurels a man could dream of, Mickey Mantle found peace only when he found himself.

Should you be tempted to trade inner peace for worldly glory, re–member the Mick. It’s what’s inside that counts.