About Me

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Thank you for visiting. So glad you’re here.

Intentionally living to the full, I live by four words: BE LOVE TO OTHERS.

I aspire to be a great humanitarian. I’m dedicated to lifelong learning and view everyone as a potential teacher.

I love adding value to others. I’m a John C. Maxwell certified coach & speaker who always looks for the best in people. I’m also an author, poet/songwriter and gifted SOCAN member.

If you’re here for the first time, Welcome! You may wish to begin by reading one or two of my most popular posts. Of course, I look forward to your feedback. Happy reading!

5 Life Lessons You Can Learn From Trees

7 Ways To Beat Procrastination

7 Ways To Improve Your Instincts Now

9 Ways To Challenge Yourself To Excellence

11 Principles That Winners Live By

12 Ways To Improve Your Self-Confidence

12 Ways To Prepare For Great Success

22 Ways To Get The Most From Today

26 Ways To Ruin Your Life and Be A Total Failure

A-Z of Acronyms To Inspire You

Cancer Alert: Are Your Beliefs Killing You?

Get Rid Of Bad Habits Once and For All

How To Guard The Fortress Of Your Mind

Mystery To Mastery: Finding your Purpose

Powerful Proverbs That Pack A Punch

Quotable Quotes and Wise Words

The Power Of Writing Your Manifesto

 

How To Contact Connect with me… 

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May your burdens be light and your blessings heavy!

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16 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Bill,

    Thanks for sharing your daily posts,i always look forward to them and i get great motivation from them.

    many thanks
    Clair

    • Thank you kindly, Clair.

      I appreciate the encouragement and that you find value in my writing. I value you!
      Hope the in upcoming week, you meet with success at every turn. Blessings!

  2. Bill,

    You are always such an inspiration. I like to read any post from you because I know the content is what I will need for the day. Keep posting the daily nuggets of power that can transform any day.

    Blessings!
    Danny

    • Danny,

      I’m greatly encouraged by your kind words. Some friends are closer than a brother and you, my friend, are one.
      You are such a tremendous example of being kind-hearted and understanding… it is a delight to know you.

      Even better days ahead,
      Bill

  3. Your words are uplifting. Keep up the good work that you are doing. You are changing mindsets, transforming generations and impacting for impact. May the Lord continue to bless you as he has been doing.

    • Thank you kindly Arthur. It’s always a blessing to make a new friend, and I appreciate your encouraging remarks.
      Warm Regards,
      Bill

  4. Dear Bill,
    I am missing your comments at A Minute With John Maxwell. Your words meant to me like medicine through the Treatments of John. I like your way of Translation his words.
    Thank you very much.
    Dieu Hao Abitz from Berlin-Neukölln, Germany.

    • Dear Dieu,

      I hope you’ll find my writing here just as meaningful to you.

      My comments were becoming too lengthy for Minute With Maxwell
      and they prefer no links posted on their page, so I carry on here.

      If there is something you would like me to write about, please
      let me know. I love to add value to others as much as possible.

      Kindest Regards,
      Bill

  5. I’ve always love your post on Minutes with Maxwell but I don’t see you posting anymore. What happen?

    • Hello Flo,

      May this reply find you healthy and happy.

      My writings were becoming too lengthy for the MWM forum. Website posts should be a minimum
      of 300 words, and even that is too lengthy for what MWM desires.

      MWM also do not want any links. I think links are an important way to share information.
      For example, when I make a READING RECOMMENDATION, as I do at the bottom of many of my
      posts, you will find it easier to click on a link to take you to that information, rather
      than you having to go through the extra steps of looking it up and finding it for yourself.

      Hope this brings some understanding. Thank you kindly for asking.

      May your burdens be light and your blessings heavy!

  6. Hi Bill!

    I am finally getting my blog together! I think I am ALMOST finished with the first post.

    I was just reading here and realized that your blog is one year old – WOW where did the time go?

    Thank you for your inspiration and I am grateful for your friendship.

    Blessings, Pam

    • Hi Pam,

      I am glad that you have made the decision to blog. It is a great way to express yourself, obtain feedback,
      create relationships and network with others. In whatever ways I have inspired you, you’re so very welcome.
      I appreciate you, and am also grateful for your friendship.

      Warm Regards,
      Bill

  7. Hi Bill,

    Thanks for visiting my blog and bringing me to this wonderful and kind place, I was unaware of. This is a lovely blog…I would like to explore and learn more.

    Hope you keep in touch.
    Balroop Singh recently posted…Do You Believe in Giving?My Profile

    • Hi Balroop,
      You’re very welcome. I was told about you through Harleena Singh’s blog on great women. I like meeting great people.
      I will definitely keep in touch with you. I appreciate you!

      Kind Regards,
      Bill

  8. Hi Bill – I was hoping you could answer a question I have about the blog. Give me a shout sometime at trucillo.mario (at) recallcenter (dot) com

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