Links to Fun and History - for Dad's Day!

Written by Ron Kimball

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As a Dad myself, I'm always onrepparttar lookout for ways to improve on beingrepparttar 125592 best Dad I can be. What I used to see as misunderstanding and mistakes in my own Dad was just his way of getting throughrepparttar 125593 whole process unscathed!

Making mistakes is only a part of life and I now realize that aspect of being a parent.

Here are some places you can go that can offer some helpful tidbits of advice on being a better Dad. http://www.dadsand

Send Dad an animated online greeting card. Make him feel appreciated.

Show your Dad that he's thought of other than at times when you need a few bucks,repparttar 125594 car keys, or something fixed.

Ron Kimball lives in Nashville, TN--Music City USA with his wife and son. He is a songwriter and demo singer for both country and pop writers. He also publishes the popular home based business e-zine, LeaderZKorner, which is geared toward home based business owners. LeaderZKorner is published weekly with an accompanying Weekend FREE AD Supplement. For a FREE subscription:


Written by Sharon Dalton Williams

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The dictionary defines difference as:

* The quality or condition of being unlike or dissimilar. * A specific point or element that distinguishes one thing from another. * A noticeable change or effect. * Discrimination in taste or choice; distinction.

Each one of us is different. Each of us has our own personality, talents, gifts, and ideals. When we take what is uniquely us and use it to build our businesses, we end up with products or services that are noticeable, distinguished, and distinct. And there is tremendous beauty in that.

Don't try to be like everyone else you see. Take time to find out what your passion is and pursue it. Find that element in you that makes you stand out fromrepparttar crowd and develop it. Do not be afraid to be unique. As you nurture your individuality, your business will be noticed because no one can do it just like you.

There is beauty in difference.

Sharon Dalton Williams is the author of "How to Succeed and Live a Full Life." Learn how to reach the goals you have set for your life and business. Surf to to order your copy. Learn how to use what is uniquely you in building your business. Subscribe to *Out From the Crowd.*

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