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Good stuff Ben . Agree with you and it is also motivating!

Good thought bro - you're on it.

I've always preferred being a moving target, rather than a stationary one :)

Ben, this is so weird. I posted the following status update on Facebook (before I read your blog): Shawna is feeling audacious today--or was it auspicious?
Isn't that weird? I love the word audacious because it sounds like what it is and I love it when a word does that. Unfortunately my work life doesn't allow for audacity-but my personal life does-I'm going to live life large today! =)

Shawna, I think there's a place for audacity in your work life. But you probably really would get fired. Which, who knows, might not be a bad thing. =)

gotta finish the degree first! then i can get fired! =)Dec 22nd!!!!

Wow, what a post. I can't tell you how much this spoke to me. I just read it to my wife as part of a discussion about our future we're having. Thanks so much.

Second, you posted FIVE blogs today! Who are you, Carols Whittaker?! :-)

Ben, totally agree. Although I am pretty sure I remember hearing a parable from this very cool guy about talents. His story said the same thing. Risk what your given and you will be blessed for being audacious enough to "do" something. Sit on what you have been given and to quote Trump, "you're fired!" Love your stuff...keep it comin'.

good stuff thanks for sharing

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