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Byron McNutt

People Make the Difference


Byron McNutt can be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or P.O. Box 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521.

 



Insights gleaned over generations
By Byron McNutt

THERE’S NOTHING more interesting and thought provoking than words of wisdom or words from the wise — handed down generation to generation. There’s no shortage of these tidbits and I’m happy to be able to share a few with you.

Along life’s path here are some that are spoken over and over again and not really credited to any particular historian.

The girl who searches too long for a smart cookie is apt to wind up with a crumb.

If you want a place in the sun, you must expect some blisters.

The honeymoon is over when he stops

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 3:25 PM
 
‘The power of positive thinking’
By Byron McNutt

“AMERICA CANNOT be the great nation it was destined to be, unless we restore to it the faith in the old American principle of resourceful, resolute human beings standing as individuals.”

That is a quote by the late Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. He was a minister and author. He wrote the book, “The Power of Positive Thinking.” Dr. Peale died 20 years ago at age 95. We seem to be missing men and women like him today.

The real secret to success is adopting seven values and living

Tuesday, September 10, 2013 12:04 PM
 
Upon further video review
By Byron McNutt

A BIG PART of our fascination with sporting events is the unscripted spectacle of human drama. Purists argue that the overuse of video replay could kill that element of the game.

You make the call.

Many devout fans remind us: “It’s not baseball if you can’t hate the umpire.” This idea was shared by Jerry Cianciolo of Boston in a recent article in the Wall Street Journal. He is a sports fan, writer and chief editor at Emerson and Church, Publishers.

Instant video review

Tuesday, September 03, 2013 2:59 PM
 
America is still the land of opportunity
By Byron McNutt

IT IS INTERESTING to note that today’s high school and college graduates may have, or may change jobs, 15 times during their working careers. How times have changed in the last few generations when workers would stay with one employer for 40 years.

As we celebrate Labor Day this weekend, it is good to know that being useful is the best job security you’ll ever have. It is also important to be flexible and be able to adjust to our changing world.

Labor Day is a good time to remind ourselves that there is honor in all work, no matter what kind of work it is. We all have God-given talents and we need to discover them. We need to be exposed to a variety of opportunities in order to find our calling.

This reminds me of something English

Tuesday, August 27, 2013 12:11 PM
 
Helping your child succeed
By Byron McNutt

SCHOOLS ARE about to open around the area. Could this year be the best ever for your child? What can you do to help make that happen?

Here’s an interesting observation. Some education experts contend that what young people learn in the first four to five years of school is used all their lives, the basic skills. What they learn in the four to five years of college may have very little value to their

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 4:44 PM
 
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