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August 22, 2019


Singapore Friend

Wow what a powerful speech! I need time to digest his messages. He gives me much hope about human beings. Thank you!

humble warrior

So true... digging deep and fortifying your mind... will takes no talent... effort takes no talent... as John Gruden says, he wants his football team to "lead the league in effort"... effort I believe is a subsidiary of will... building and developing mental fortitude to go above and beyond what you already know... mistakes along the way is the tuition you pay for what you don't know... in that case mistakes are welcome... how you respond to them, builds your character... will power and love are the top of the character food chain... thank you!


— but rather a love of one human for another human – who just happens to be white or black, rich or poor, enemy or friend, because heart power is your strength, heart-power is the strength of your company, heart-power is the strength of America, and hate-power is the weakness of the world—Very Powerful and Timely
What a great man Vince Lombardi was.

Keeping America Great.

These are the type of people who made America Great.


I read the whole speech. Good reminders about the value of hard work and sometimes being hard at someone is in their best interest. We have to be both authorative AND approachable. This is quite a paradigm change in leadership.

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