“... sometimes in life, you either laugh or you cry. And I prefer to laugh.”

Jim Stovall

“Remember that a wish held fervently turns into belief, and a belief held diligently becomes reality.”

Jim Stovall

“You can often outperform what other people think of you, but you will never outperform what you think of yourself.”

Jim Stovall

“believed that God is always a good God. Facing difficulties, he lost his job. His home was about to be taken and all seemed hopeless. Braxton prayed”

Jim Stovall

“In order to be truly happy in the largest sense of that word, we must have something to do, someone to love, and something to look forward to.”

Jim Stovall

“Anything good, honorable, and desirable in life is based on love. Anything bad or evil is simply life without the love involved.”

Jim Stovall

“Any discussion of money and success would be lacking if I did not state that money is neither good nor bad. In the hands of good people, money can build places of healing, worship, and learning. In the hands of bad people, money can create destruction, disease, and death.”

Jim Stovall

“great legacy starts with a great life, and every great life starts with a great plan.”

Jim Stovall

“manageable problem. “If we are not allowed to deal with small problems, we will be destroyed by slightly larger ones. When we come to understand this fact, we live our lives not avoiding problems, but welcoming them as challenges that will strengthen us so that we can be victorious in the future.”

Jim Stovall

“Some friendships are a legacy left to us by those who have gone before. Other friendships are legacies we will leave behind.”

Jim Stovall

“I defy you to find a statue or a monument ever erected to anyone because they were realistic. All dreamers, all achievers, all great people kept their child-like faith in their own dream and their ability to carry it out, and these great people had an inordinate gift to disregard the word's cries for reality.”

Jim Stovall

“the desire and hunger for education is the key to real learning.”

Jim Stovall

“You don't begin to live, until you've lost everything... I've lost everything three or four times. A perfect place to start.”

Jim Stovall

“Showing Respect Is not Slavery...and Must Be Taught”

Jim Stovall

“experience, and most of those experiences are painful and costly. If you can learn from someone else’s pain and expense, you are a wise person, indeed. I would encourage you to read this book, cover-to-cover, but also keep it as a reference text using the sections and individual columns as a resource you can revisit as your life journey calls for specific wisdom. It is my hope that this is not a one-time encounter that you and I are having. My hope is, in the coming months and years as you travel toward your own personal”

Jim Stovall


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