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Thoughts come to my mind about the word Change

January 12, 2010

As we start out the new year, several thoughts come to my mind about the word Change.

I would be interested in hearing your thoughts of  what makes a person a success in business and in life. I read a quote that a “Gem cannot be polished without friction”. I am constantly asking How can I reach my greatest potential?  Unrealized potential impacts our families, children and community.  I remember a man saying that the decisions that we make today impact our children, Grandchildren and future generations. This is very true. I think about the farming endeavors that my family and I are involved in now. If my Great Grand Father had not purchased the original farm in 1869, our family would not have it today and now getting ready to start Prawn farming as well as other endeavors. The decisions that he made then certainly impacts our family today
 
President John Kennedy said” Change is the law of life”. Therefore, ask the question, what change in my life will I make in my business and in my life? What do I do now? How do I reinvent myself? How do I use my talents to reshape or rebuild my life?  Let me know what your think.
 
Cedere Truimpho,
(Change and Triumph)
Felton

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Wanted: People that will to help an organ transplant patient

December 15, 2009

What will a Random Act of Kindness Do? How Can You Help?

From the Desk of Felton Wooten in Greensboro, NC

Dear Friend,

Think about someone that has been very sick.

Have you been faced with a major obstacle and some people came to your rescue. Matthew Goodman, a North Carolina Central University (NCCU) graduate of 1979 and a native of Greensboro, NC recently had a Kidney and Pancreas transplant. Receiving the transplant was a significant milestone. He still faces many challenges. I told Matthew God still has work for him to do even though he is going through a lot right now. This is how you can create something good for this young man. Matthew was a cub scout in when my mother was a Den Mother. That is how I got to know Matthew many years ago. My brother and Matthew are good friends even and went to NCCU at the same time.

My goal is to help by raising money for some of his expenses after he returns from the hospital. If you decide to help, proceeds from each book sale will go towards helping Matthew. Several ways you can help by making any of the following purchases my books. Visit www.FeltonWooten.com to purchase any of my books.

Do you know someone needing tips with starting a business? My book is called, “How Not to Run a Business”; 25 Critical Tips to Make a Business Succeed gives advise that I wish I had when I started 2 former businesses.

Need a good book for inspirational messages for teen girls? This is a good book to use to facilitate teen group discussions that are dealing with painful past and bad decisions. This Book is called “Letters to My Daughters”; A Series of 16 Inspirational letters

Do you know a caregiver of a patient that could benefit from some good advice about how to treat a patient better? As a Nursing Home Administrator for over 30 years, I developed a CD to help caregivers and family members

The CD is Quality of Life; Abuse Prevention Measures for caregivers
Visit: www.howtostopelderabuse.com to purchase my book.

Tax deductible contributions can be made by mailing a check or money order to:
Wooten & Associates (501(c)3 organization, which helps the disabled and provide education to the public)
Address 4642 W. Market St., Suite 166, Greensboro, NC 27407

Purchase or make a contribution Today to support our efforts.
$10.00 How Not to Run a Business
$13.00 Letters to My Daughters
$24.94 CD Quality of Life; Elder Abuse Prevention
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