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Author Archives: Andy Huntley
Friends, Today-LEAP DAY- is the last day to prevent our friends at Google from permanently storing all your Google searches. This means they are collecting all your searches, YouTube looks, Gmail preferences, where you live or search from locales, etc… … Continue reading
Reblogged from andyhuntleigh: I found a glitch with this blog from Veteran’s Day; so in honor of our Presidents, I reposted it. Enjoy.
I am an amateur historian. I like researching the cause and effect of things; learning the how and why. Hence I enjoy sharing these anecdotes about the amazing changes that occur when one becomes empowered; when a fellow human reaches … Continue reading
In the spirit of Christmas, one of my LDS leaders challenged us to ponder about the top 100 blessings in our lives. I pass that challenge on to you, your families, your friends and co-workers. This was introduced by Henry B. Eyring … Continue reading
Do you really think you do not matter? How much influence can one have on a few, even millions? Our history is replete with specific instances when the future was changed by the action of one human becoming incredible. Many of us … Continue reading
What Are You Shooting At….? If there is anything I take away from my twenty plus years of managing people, businesses, and bottom lines is that one can learn a lot simply by watching people interact with each other. What did they … Continue reading
It was WW ll. Butch was a fighter pilot in the South Pacific theatre. Today he and his squadron were assigned the task of finding and destroying a Japanese battle group. Mid-flight Butch noticed that he was low on fuel. … Continue reading
To me I noticed a few major themes from this past weekend’s LDS General Conference. Primarily regarding morality and holding onto one’s moral convictions. It struck me when Pres. Monson quoted the WSJ article informing us that the Y generation today … Continue reading