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Celebrate Community - The Way We See It

The Way We See It

If you enjoyed the classic children's story, "The Little Engine That Could," we highly recommend another book with a new twist on an old classic, called "I Knew You Could!" by Craig Dorfman. The inspiring and enlightening words of wisdom are worth the read no matter how old you are… whether you are a child, graduating from college, or a retiring executive. Here's a quick excerpt - I hope you enjoy it:

"I knew you could! And you knew it, too. That you'd come out on top after all you've been through. And from here you'll go farther and see brand-new sights. You'll face brand-new hills that rise to new heights. I wish I could show you the stops that you'll visit, But that isn't my choice to make for you, is it? Instead, I can tell you some lessons and tales that I've learned and relearned in my time on the rails. First of all, you must find your own track, so you can start right away and not be held back. But which track is yours? Well, that all depends on which way it's going and where it might end…"

Here's the way we see it: We all have many stops in our life. However, it's our attitude and determination that can help take us to the stops we never dreamed existed.

This issue of our newsletter is filled with informative tips on using visuals. From photography to Pinterest, a picture is still worth a thousand words. We are also adding a new category to our blogs called CELEBRATE COMMUNITY where we will share some of the uplifting business stories that we get to participate in. Is your company doing something special? Something you'd like to share? Let us know and as we can, we will help amplify your news.

If your business needs help reaching the next stop of success, our creative printing and marketing experts are here to help!

Mark & Cheryl Lemley 

for our team at Kendall Press

Filed Under: Celebrate Community
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