August 9, 2017 Newsletter

Last week was a rare week at home. For many years I’ve been typically asked to speak in about one city per week all over the USA and internationally. I love traveling, and I also love the week’s when I’m home.

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August 2, 2017 Newsletter

Are we really in August already? Man, 2017’s flying by. I hope your year’s been awesome so far. There’s still plenty of time to make 2017 your best year yet. You’re creative, resourceful, and whole and you have everything you need to make this a great year. You’re amazing. Yes. I have a firm grasp of the obvious.

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July 18, 2017 Newsletter

I hope you’re having a great start to your week! I’m typically kindly asked to present in about one city per week all over the USA and internationally, and the cities are typically major and secondary markets. But last week, I was kindly asked to present in Dickinson, ND.

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July 6, 2017 Newsletter

I hope you had a wonderful Fourth of July! Here at 7500′ in Monument, Colorado we were watching the fireworks last evening with sweaters on. Some evenings are chillier than others at this elevation and last night was a cool one.

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June 28, 2017 Newsletter

June is turning out to be a Southern month for me. Last week I was kindly asked to present in Charleston, SC and I was also kindly asked to present yesterday at a Financial Advisor conference in Biloxi, MS.

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June 14, 2017 Newsletter

So after nine months, Sunday was the last day of Colorado’s 2016/2017 ski season with the closing of Arapahoe Basin. So of course, my buddy Steve and I went skiing.  Yes, we ski bums were still skiing on June 11th.

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June 7, 2017 Newsletter

Last Friday I had fun presenting less than 20 minutes from my home here in beautiful Colorado. Although I’ve certainly never planned it this way, over 90% of my speaking is outside of Colorado.

So when I’m kindly asked to present this close to home it’s a treat.

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May 31, 2017 Newsletter

Even though school’s out for the Summer, Tristan left a week ago with a few of his classmates for nine days to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. We’ve been texting back and forth with him and he’s having a ball swimming with the largest turtles on Earth and doing lots of other

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May 25, 2017 Newsletter

While most of the country has long since forgotten about Winter and are enjoying Spring and looking forward to the start of Summer in less than a month, some of us here in Colorado are still skiing. Arapahoe Basin has extended their season closing date from 6/4/17 to 6/11/17

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May 17, 2017 Newsletter

Last week while in Atlanta, where I had been kindly asked to deliver a speaking engagement, I had a three and a half hour breakfast with my 82 year old Aunt Marie. Very cool lady who doesn’t seem a day over 60. We ate at The Dwarf House which is the original diner which Truett

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May 10, 2017 Newsletter

As this week’s newsletter is hitting your inbox I’m at 30,000′ on my way to Atlanta where I’ve been kindly asked to deliver a presentation at a Financial Advisor conference. More than likely I’m reading an old-school paper book, not a Kindle or a Nook, and I’m probably wearing my

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May 2, 2017 Newsletter

So, last Friday afternoon Beautiful and Tristan took off for Hutchinson, Kansas. After a seven and a half hour drive, they got there late Friday evening. And Saturday morning they picked up Château Knebl’s newest addition. We miss Captain Jack Sinatra Knebl. He was a loving member

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April 25, 2017 Newsletter

Can you believe we’re over a quarter of the way through 2017 already?! Jeez Louise, where does the time go? When we are young we’re told that time will go by faster as we get older. I can’t imagine time going by any faster than it does now. Yikes – I must be ancient.

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April 19, 2017 Newsletter

It’s starting to really feel like Spring here in Colorado. The days are pretty much in the 60’s and 70’s consistently now. This past weekend I put out my hummingbird feeders on our deck as folks as close as Colorado Springs, about 15 miles down the road, have sighted some of my little

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April 11, 2017 Newsletter

I apologize that I haven’t sent out a newsletter since October 2016. I’ve been in the Witness Relocation Program. Lots of changes here at Château Knebl, and all for the good.  I didn’t get a newsletter out back in October 2016 for a week, then two weeks, then three weeks

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October 20, 2016 Newsletter

This evening I get to do something which I only do about once each year. I’m delivering a local, public “High Tech + High Touch = Much Higher Success: Social Selling & Relationship Marketing for Huge Sales and Business Success Boot Camp!” in Colorado Springs.

 

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October 13, 2016 Newsletter

I hope you’re having a nice Fall. Here in Colorado we don’t have the oranges, reds, and purples in the Fall leaves like they do on the East Coast but we do have amazing, almost neon yellow in our Aspens.

 

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October 6, 2016 Newsletter

Okay, let’s start with the bad news. The Rockies ended their season a few days ago and the Mets were tied 0-0 with the Giants in the Wild Card Game last evening until the ninth inning when the Giants scored three runs and took the game. See you next year, Rockies and Mets.

 

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September 29, 2016 Newsletter

While I love Yes, Rush, Genesis, Foo Fighters, Thelonious Monk, Leo Sayer, The Bay City Rollers, Moog Cookbook, Pat Metheny, The Soggy Bottom Boys, and lots of other musicians and I’m blessed to attend a lot of concerts, there’s always been a special place in my heart for opera and I’ve been a raving opera fan for decades. I’ve listened to Donizetti’s “Roberto Devereux” twice today between coaching clients.

 

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September 22, 2016 Newsletter

It appears that it’s that time of year again when my little friends fly South for the Winter. I haven’t had any of my friends visit any of my feeders on our deck or the feeder attached to one of my office windows in about three days. I normally spend time with them every day.

 

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