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Vala Afshar Apr 22
Hard work: Easy work: ————— —————– inspire complain educate imitate empower control develop blame finish give up collaborate ignore trust exaggerate explore stand still
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Vala Afshar Apr 22
A rich life: 1. You and your loved ones are healthy 2. Quality time with family and friends 3. People who love and trust you 4. Work that fills you with pride and joy 5. Opportunity to learn and grow 6. Freedom to express yourself 7. Courage to dare, dream and do 8. Wanting less
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Masters Tournament Apr 14
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Brandi Redmond Apr 9
Such a fun day with I feel truly blessed that I get to do something so fun with my bestie on a weekly basis. If you haven’t subscribed to our podcast, it’s not too late. Details on this Thursdays podcast. So join us.... 💕
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Mavs Nation Apr 9
Dirk Nowitzki was moved to tears by tribute video at final home game with .
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Red Apr 8
Now that's how you some spaghetti momma!
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Vala Afshar Mar 31
This is what it looks like when you love your work
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Red Apr 1
and I are going to miss you guys! Thank you for being there for us whether you realized it or not!
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Vala Afshar Mar 30
We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand. —Randy Pausch
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Travis Hollman Mar 29
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Vala Afshar Mar 13
Be humble. You may be wrong. Be kind. You may be remembered. Be hard working. You may be luckier. Be trustworthy. You may see further. Be generous. Others may reciprocate. Be curious. You may stay teachable. Be forgiving. You may feel lighter. Be yourself. You will be happier.
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Vala Afshar Mar 10
The first 20 years you measure success with grades, only to realize that the real value is in learning to learn, un-learn and re-learn. The second 20 years you measure success by how much money you made, only to realize that how you spend time, and with whom, is most important.
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Vala Afshar Mar 8
Replying to @ValaAfshar
As I got older, I realized: 7 do not take your health for granted 8 be a better friend and value relationships 9 if you are waiting for a title to lead, you are not ready to lead 10 sponsor is more important than a mentor 11 data-driven storytelling is important skill
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Red Mar 9
Check out my new kicks ! Come have a Mambo with me!
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Kyle Krueger Mar 1
Ready to celebrate 36 with this hottie!! I am so lucky to have you in my life. Happy Birthday baby!! #36
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Red Mar 1
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Did Travis Hollman assistant write this?
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Red Feb 23
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Inc. Feb 23
Warren Buffett Says 3 Decisions in Life Separate High Achievers From Mere Dreamers
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