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Beacon of Hope

March 18th, 2018Posted by Madeline

If someone was trying to kill you and your family in your country, where would you take them? You would take them to America, your beacon of hope! Geri Stevens had a passion for jury duty. She was the head of jury selections in the judiciary department for the city of San Diego. Every Monday […]

First Watch Goes the Extra Mile

February 19th, 2018Posted by Madeline

Does your business go the extra mile for your customers? What are the three traits you look for in your employees? First Watch restaurant began serving breakfast and lunch in 1983 from 7am to 2:30 pm and is privately owned and has franchises. In 2015 there were 153 franchise restaurants in 18 states. Last weekend […]

Every Living Thing Needs Love

January 4th, 2018Posted by Madeline

My husband and I recently saw the off Broadway play in New York City “Frankenstein: A New Musical”. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley wrote her story of “Frankenstein” in 1816 during a cold, wet, and dreary summer. She was with her husband Percy Shelley, the poet, and George Byron their friend. The Frankenstein Musical adds to the […]

Focus On Driving Not Texting

December 6th, 2017Posted by Madeline

Focus on driving not texting and arrive safely at your destination. I was driving my brand new 50 year Anniversary Ruby Red Mustang with my husband in the passenger seat on a bright clear sunny day with temperatures in the 40’s on April 18, 2015. We were waiting patiently at a yield sign for the […]

Wow Your Customers

November 12th, 2017Posted by Madeline

Do your sales associates at your business “Wow” your customers? Do your customers smile as they leave your business with their shopping bags in hand? Our Visit to An Apple Store: Last weekend my husband and I went to the Apple store in MacArthur Center in Norfolk, Virginia at 11am to purchase several Apple products we […]

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