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For the past 50 years I have enjoyed countless opportunities in a variety of roles to teach, coach, consult and counsel people, both individually and collectively, in an effort to help them perform at a higher level and to live life more enthusiastically. Whether it was inspiring promising students to dig a little deeper in the classroom and on the athletic field, or giving adults the tools and encouragement to achieve greater success and fulfillment on the job, at home, and in the community, my life has been truly enriched by being in a position to make a difference in people’s lives.

Life is a journey and you are the captain of your ship. Where you go, what you experience, and how you will be remembered rests completely in the choices you make today. I read recently that the privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. Do you know who you are? And who you wish to become? Life is a challenge, requiring each of us to make the right choices as we navigate through the placid and, at times, turbulent waters that come our way.

True success and genuine happiness - the progressive realization of worthy goals - can best be realized by doing what you love and by having clear goals, making a commitment to those goals, having a positive attitude, and in receiving good feedback and moral support along the way. It is important to remember that what you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by pursuing your goals.

Nothing gives me greater joy than providing the trusted feedback, moral support, caring attention, and enlightened wisdom acquired in my many experiences on the peaks and in the valleys of life that can make a difference for you.

A former student of mine recently told me that she learned early on never to accept mediocrity. As a highly successful professional and a loving mother and wife, she clearly has been true to her goals and values. My wife has been teaching me over these many years to love the process. It is with that bit of profound understanding in mind that I now would welcome the opportunity to energize your human spirit in pursuit of your worthy goals and ideals.

Sincerely,

Richard (Dick) E. Webster

 

“Nothing great was ever accomplished without enthusiasm.”– Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

 
 
                     
                         

     

 

 
 
                         
           

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