• Amazing EVP Capture at the Clay Baylor Cemetery in Natural Steps, Arkansas

    What an incredible EVP and Portal session that we conducted at a historic African-American cemetery in rural Natural Steps, Arkansas. The most significant findings captured were not realized until after reviewing the video… and WOW, I’m still amazed! Watch the video to see and hear the “Holy Grail” of...

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  • Quick Update – December 2020

    Hello! I truly hope you have been doing well. I know it’s been a few months since my last post, so I just wanted to check in and give a quick update. I’ll cut right to the chase. 2020 has sucked. Hard. In fact, I’d refer to it as...

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  • Four Strategies to Help You Triumph Over Adversity

    I get it… life is tough. We all have had to face difficulties in our lives. Whether it’s relationship issues, health struggles, career problems, or financial difficulties… hardship is inevitable. Having the ability to triumph over adversity is what separates the successful from the struggling. What if I told...

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  • From Failure to Success: Is Persistence The Key?

    How many times have you heard the old saying “If at first, you don’t succeed try, try again?” When Thomas Palmer penned that famous proverb back in 1840 it was initially used to encourage American schoolchildren to do their homework. Today, it is a popular metaphor used in motivational...

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  • Being A Friend: Being There For Someone In Need

    “Well, a friend in need is a friend indeed.” – Edgar Bergen   At some point in your life, someone you care about is going to need your support. Whether it’s emotionally, physically, spiritually, mentally, or even financially… it’s inevitable. Like it or not, it’s bound to happen, and...

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  • How To Be Great: Four Tips to Achieve Success

    “When you have had a taste of excellence, you cannot go back to mediocrity.” —Maximillian Degenerez I often get asked one very personal… but universal question: What does it take to be successful? Over the years, I’ve often thought about that very question and how it relates to my...

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