Saturday, May 9, 2015

Carbon County Board of Realtors

Excellent class, found myself reassessing myself in a very exciting way.
The class has inspired me to share with all!

My Codes so far:              Make a positive attitude a habit!
                                             Look at each day as a gift not a chore.
                                             A job not done well is a job not done at all.
                                             The Lord doesn’t give us anything we can’t handle

Carolyn Terry, Associate Broker, GRI, RELO
Century 21 Cornerstone Realty, LLC

Sunday, March 15, 2015

CSU seminar on 2.25.15`

I really enjoyed it.  Thank you!
All the best,
Krista Dunlap
Associate Financial Representative
Director of Operations
Northwestern Mutual 


Kent's presentation was informational and inspirational, calling his participants to action.  I appreciated his thorough explanation of each principle and then the time given for participants to develop their own principles.  It really helped me to put structure and priority to my thoughts.  Thank you!
My integrity/honesty principle: Be true to yourself.  Don't just be a reflection of those around you.
Patty Wyrick

Wednesday, January 28, 2015


I sometimes struggle with the glass half full, so this is a good one for me to remember from what I wrote today:
“Every bump is a chance to jump.”
I’ve been watching a lot of extreme skiing videos lately. (-:
Thanks for a thoughtful day.

Susan Jacobson, Ph.D.
Division of Business
Regis College
303 458-4385
Carroll Hall 108 A
"Wilderness holds an original presence giving expression to that which we lack, the losses we long to recover, the absences we seek to fill. Wilderness revives the memory of unity. Through its protection, we can find faith in our humanity." Terry Tempest Williams

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Standing Tall Workshop


The Standing Tall Workshop was reaffirming with the discussion of ethics that are still applicable and essential in education today.

The session was quick, to the point, and very informative.

One of my new principals attained from this work is:

Wag More, Bark Less.

I would recommend this course/class to anyone, and I will recommend it to all of my colleagues and staff members.

Thanks for sharing the awesome!!

Christopher Dresang
Assistant Principal
Natrona County High School
Natrona County School District

*Respect, Honesty/Integrity, Diligence, Compassion, Gratitude, Forgiveness, Generosity, Hope, Courage, & Sense of Community"

The Code of Ethics I desire to live by: (Standing Tall/Cowboy Ethics)

Well, it was an interesting class to attend. I seldom give enough thought about what I am doing/saying and end up needing to apologize or change what I said. To solidify what I desire to stand for is helping me stay on track and grow in the way I desire. Thank you Mr. Knoble and Boys and Girls Club of South Park.

1. Always do right, this will gratify some people and astonish the rest.
2. Speak with humility and kindness.
3. "Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus." The Bible
4. Gratitude is an attitude.
5. Life is 10% about what happens to us and 90% about how we respond to it. /When riding through hell, keep on riding!
6. No one cares what you know, unless they know that you care.
7. The Try Principle: All that it takes is all that you have got. One % improvement on each thing each day.
8. Don't wish it was easier, wish you were better.
9. Great opportunities to help others seldom come but small opportunities are around us every day.
10. A lie is not important except the impact it has on other lives. Jackie Robinson
11. May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in Your sight O Lord; my Rock and my Redeemer. The Bible

Margaret Barnes --

Steamboat Springs presentation 11/14/14

I thought that this was an excellent presentation on a very valuable topic. I formulated my 8 point code and keep it at my desk as a reminder. I was very happy to see such a large turnout especially with so many younger participants.
Tim Borden