Enjoy some of David’s most notable quotes:

– Writing –

Actions may speak louder than words but words provide lasting perceptions of those actions.

– Friendship – 

We should be careful about who we call friend. I think that by calling those who are not, that which is cherished most, we dilute the meaning and its impact

– Communication –

Never underestimate the destructive power that a lack of context or a simple misunderstanding can really have.

– Teaching

“WOW” moments invite the student to connect with the lesson.

– Opportunity

Opportunity only happens when you give opportunity an opportunity.

– Social Divide – 

We don’t have to agree to get along. I believe that most racial, social or even theological divisions are fabricated by those that benefit from such divisions, and that this is easily recognized by those that can critically think. I’m not divided from anyone on the planet that can actually think for themselves and is willing to exchange ideas. I contend that the only REAL social divisions that exist for thinking people are between themselves against the willfully ignorant and the leaders that perpetuate that ignorance.

– Learning

One of the dumbest things we can do is to deny ourselves the opportunity of being wrong. We should desire the acquisition of new information and perspective. We should crave that growth if we truly want to be better people or have greater understanding. We should never let a preconceived notion dictate the information we will examine and we should never be so stubborn as to ignore even the most remote of possibilities. Unfortunately, this is almost the definition of the modern standard and we are clearly living its repercussions. If you want real change, be different; question everything.

– History – 

Theodore Roosevelt once said that “The more you know about the past, the better prepared you are for the future“. Perhaps, but I think that really depends on which version of the past you choose to believe.

– Integrity – 

It seems like the most effective way to right a wrong anymore is by merely saying “I understand your position and I’ll try to remain as objective as possible in my review.

– Sharing Information –

Why do I do what I do? It’s simple. The things that affect you and your family are the same things that affect me and mine. I want the truth. We all do. So when I discover the truth, I want to share that truth with anyone that wants to hear it. I have been blessed with the ability to research and I know that I would want someone to help look out for me just as much as much I want to look out for those I care about. Who better to at least consider information from?

– History –

You can celebrate history by actually knowing it.

– Being Prepared

Don’t question why the town fool sits on his hands… ask why the scholars are packing boxes.

– Natural Health

True health is not found… it is created.

– Leadership

Leadership is having the courage to do the right thing; by seizing the moment and affecting positive change; especially when others either cannot or do not.

– Theology

May you never be shackled by the thoughts of another, but instead, be set free by your own.

– Leadership

Technically, there’s no such thing as a Fortune 500 person. They are called Fortune 500 companies for a reason. These companies are comprised of teams all working towards a common goal and led by someone willing make tough decisions precisely when those tough decisions need to be made.

– Sales

We’ve become a nation of order takers and customer service reps uninterested in the people we serve.

– Rights

Another person’s rights are not contingent on your comfort.

– Leadership

Management is not true leadership. Management with integrated hints of leadership, is still not true leadership. ONLY TRUE LEADERSHIP IS TRUE LEADERSHIP; and true leadership is both an ART and a Science.

– The Constitution

You cannot support, exercise or defend a Constitution you have never read.

– Government

I used to think that there was no such thing as a stupid question, but I was forced to reconsider that when I discovered just how many considered Socialism the answer.

– Leadership

Always note the difference between a real leader and someone in a leadership position.

– Decision Making –

You can make great decisions based on good-negative information but you’ll only make terrible decisions based on bad-positive information.

– Teaching

The best lessons are usually the ones we don’t realize we are having.

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