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Published on 5/23/2013
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IBOtipList at Nove-Noga. The Unofficial Training for IBO Toolbox. Comments Worth Repeating:
I frequently copy my comments as I am working on them. I use Word to check the grammar and spelling. I just make sure that I don’t copy any live links as I transfer them back to IBO Toolbox. These comments stay in my IBO Log. These are a few more that I have adjusted slightly to make a more cohesive PR.


Without Hope, all is lost. Those who habitually destroy Hope create the greatest evil in the world. I would rather be one of those who help to build with Hope. It gives us strength to deal with the difficulties of the day. As long as we are on the right side of the grass, Hope remains. Every time we help someone get closer to their dreams, we do our part to increase the Hope in the world. Nove-Noga!


The wheel is very small and turns very fast these days. Often, actions are merely thoughtless rather than performed with malice. A well worded approach may be all that is necessary to provide a permanent correction to the problem. No reason to get the head master involved under those circumstances. I Believe in the IBO Spirit of caring and sharing. Nove-Noga!


It's not the message we read with avid awareness that we have to worry about. It is the one we caught in the corner of the eye as we looked back to the road. Especially if it says "Bridge Out."As my father puts it, "Pay attention, there is going to be a test later." Nove-Noga!


I don't know how many times I have seen some error just as I am clicking the button to make it part of history. It is not just the words that have been said that cannot be taken back. Still, we must move forward. We may as well enjoy the flowers as they come. I have a fondness for the cactus flowers that can come and go in such a brief moment. If you have ever visited the desert in the days after a rainstorm, it is often transformed into a wonderland of beauty. These are moments to treasure, especially when they are shared. Nove-Noga!


On a daily walk to the school bus stop, I suddenly noticed a flower that I had never seen. Some form of straight spired cactus had suddenly sprouted beautiful white trumpet flowers larger than my hands. As I observed this sudden beauty, I realized that there were blossoms from the day before that I had completely missed. “Pay attention…”


I remember the Good Old Days. I used to raise smart pill generators. And the path to school really was uphill, both ways. The experience stands me in good stead. As the great philosopher said, "specialization is for insects." Nove-Noga!


I remember listening to my father's stories as I was growing up in the hills of West Virginia. By our position in the community, we came in contact with many people moving back to the land from the cities where they had grown up. His stories were often tailored to the information needed by his current audience. It always amazed me when he came up with still another way to use the same story.


Life comes at us so fast these days that it is easy to forget what you were thinking about just minutes before. I know that I keep a daily scratch sheet handy for the momentary thoughts that pass through my mind. Be complete. A short note may not be enough. The other memory tricks are very important. As for the parking lot problem, many people forget to Look Back as they leave their car. I learned that trick from old L. L'Amour westerns. Nove-Noga!


We push ourselves against the clock so hard that our work becomes hasty and inferior. I have had to stop short in my reading because my thoughts were becoming too muddled to put together a good comment. Sometimes, we simply need to take a deep breath or a few laps around the neighborhood. Maybe part of that feeling is the call of an unexpected flower, looking for someone to share its beauty. Nove-Noga!


Many thanks to my Great IBO Friends and Associates who help to bring out my best thoughts in response to their excellent and thoughtful Press Releases.
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