It is not Christmas in the Paul house without Nat King Cole singing the Christmas song. The song has been a tradition in my family since I was a kid. Traditions help build strong and excellent reputations and your reputation is everything! Enjoy!
Article: Around Tiger’s world in 365 days
Source: USA Today on 11.25.2010
Image by Andrew Brownbill, AP
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Image expert Mike Paul of MGP & Associates thinks Woods still needs to fess up about exactly what happened the night of the accident, whether he cheated with porn stars and prostitutes and his treatment for sex addiction before he can begin rebuilding his reputation.
The best place to do that, Paul says, would be The Oprah Winfrey Show. The show’s spokesman, Don Halcombe, confirms the daytime talker has reached out to Woods but says there’s “nothing to announce.”
It is so easy to get caught up with shopping and the the glitz of the holiday season and forget about the true reason for the season! This video of Aretha Franklin singing O Holy Night (my favorite Christmas song) should remind us all Christmas was the birth of Jesus Christ, who died for all our sins. No matter your faith, please listen to this beautiful Christmas song! God bless you all.
The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a worldwide symbol of the holidays in New York City. Visit it soon and enjoy the memories!… Read the rest
I love this American Airlines Commercial. It reminds me of one of my favorite lessons I like to teach kids about their reputation. If you are late most of the time, it will tarnish your reputation! Having a reputation of being late is never a good thing and it can influence whether people want to be around you in general. Even worse, when you are old enough to work, lateness can get you fired! Thank God our friend Nate learned his lesson just in the nick of time! Watch the video below for more details.