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Where There is a Will There is a Way


I am sure this phrase has special meaning to many of you. Please share, in the comment section, your favorite experience or example of how this famous phrase helped you. I’ll start:

I was around 10 years old that day when our family, and a friend, were fishing off the coast of Fr. Myers, Florida. Suddenly, the motor became unresponsive. Although we heard the roar of the motor we were not moving anymore. My dad pulled on the outboard engine to look at the propeller and IT WASN”T THERE.

At that very moment my dad’s friend said, “Where there is a will there is a way.” I looked at him — wondering what he meant by that. It was the first time I had ever heard the phrase. Then, suddenly he jumped in the water and didn’t come back up until he had the prop in his hand.

The men quickly put the prop back on the motor but said… we need a Cotter pin– which is a split pin that goes through a small hole to block the prop from coming off. Then he asked my mother for one of her hair pins. We were on our way in a few moments. That was a very memorable moment.

I am sure many of you have used that expression and attitude to solve problems in business, school, family, etc. Please share your favorite with the rest of us.

Variations of this phrase:

Christian: “Ask and it shall be given you; seek and you shall find; knock , and it shall be opened unto you.” Matthew 7:7

Law of Attraction: “We do not get what we want but we get what we vibrate (what we give attention, energy and focus to.)

Thanks,

Tom



Tom LeBlanc operates Magnetic Businesses. He believes that your business can become “Magnetic” and attract those potential customers who are actively searching for what you do best…
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  • Hey, Tom, that's called (to use another time-worn cliche) “thinking outside the box.” In difficult situations, it often works when nothing else will.

  • O. Darlene Wood

    I love hearing stories like this. what a Great Lesson at a young age.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Agape' O. Darlene Wood