Monthly Archives December 2018

Thank You 2018

  As you look back on 2018 may I make a recommendation? Some of us will say, “Yeah baby!  That was awesome!” Others of us will say, “Holy heavens, I can’t believe it’s over.  Bring on a New Year!”  Wherever you stand, know that sometimes the most important thing we can think are simply thoughts of gratitude that we are still alive. Remember Thumper quoting his mother in Bambi: “If you can’t say somethin’ nice, don’t say nothin’ at all.”   For us Hewlett’s we can say we are grateful we made it, and here are some highlights along the
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The Signature Moves of Christmas

  When you think of the word “Christmas” what comes to mind? When I was kid it was way different than it is now. As a kid it was – What am I going to get? How much am I going to get? What is the latest I can go to bed and Santa will still show up?   As a parent it’s shifted a bit – What do the kids want? How can we afford it? Can we top last year? Did I forget to move the dang Elf again!? That kind of thing.   In this case I’m
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What is Leadership?

  Doesn’t matter how old you are, what position you hold in the company, or your place in the family – Leadership is your opportunity and responsibility. The photo and post above says it all.  I applaud the young Noah for his vision, care, and leadership. We, each of us, every single day, have the opportunity to become a Legendary Leader. It’s simply a matter of deciding to be a Leader. What is Leadership? What is caring? What is service? What is a Promise? What is your level of giving? I believe they all fit together. This is the time
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The Honor of Service: Officer David Romrell

    This past week I performed at an event every day. Decembers are like that. However, this December has been different. A few corporate dates sprinkled in between some very heart-wrenching charity work and service. It is a privilege to be asked to lift the wounded through music, laughter, and message.  Yet it can be equally daunting when it’s for such serious and powerful moments for those grieving. I shared the following posts on Facebook regarding being asked to sing a Bruno Mars song for the funeral of fallen officer, and former Marine, David Romrell.   Video from this
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