Time is short

I am an Effective Communication Instructor/Coach at Greystone Preparatory School at Schreiner University and my students will be arriving at the end of July.

Words for the 2020 class of Greystone Preparatory School

Time has no direction; time is devoid of thought, reflection or expression. Time does not require a plan of action.  Time can be full of high-level successes and personal accomplishments.  For a meaningful life, you must perform deep profound thinking and prepare a well thought out, well written plan of action. We want to look at the past years with a grateful heart knowing we have performed at our best.  Planning is required.

Time is short.  Mediocrity is over. Opportunities are knocking.  Answer the call and be blessed.

You can achieve your dreams.  The size does not matter. The bigger the better.  Little things become big things.  You must approach all things as magnanimous. Impressive, grandiose projects require the success of the details. Our world depends on the small details. We live in seconds, minutes, hours and days.

To become a successful military officer, you must understand details are important and all details matter.  In all walks of life, high performance achievers know the slightest mistake can result in a major tragedy.  The nominate factor in quality and excellence in every area of life is performing the little details correctly all the time.  Consistent, persistent, working of small differences produce significant positive long-term results. The philosophy of “details matter” and earning a military commission takes planned intentional work, tremendous self-discipline and a soul depth commitment.

Published by mencoa17

Kenneth Robert O’Neal is the President/CEO of KRONEAL Coaching and Training, headquartered in Kerrville, Texas. He is a Zig Ziglar Legacy Certified Coach and Trainer; Public Speaker; Mentor; Mediator; Business Executive and Personal Coach. Kenneth has worked for Deliotte/Touche as a CPA in Atlanta, Georgia and Houston, Texas. He founded the accounting firm of O’Neal and White, CPAs in Houston and has more than 25 years of public accounting experience. Kenneth is an expert in selling and acquiring businesses, exit and succession plans for owners and increasing personal and business productivity and net profit. Kenneth earned an accounting degree from The University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. He is enrolled in the School of Divinity at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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