Create An Exceptional Life
- Is your life going the way you want it to?
- Are you doing the things that you always dreamed about as a child?
- Do you get up in the morning excited about your day ahead?
- How do you feel physically?
- Can you do the things you want to or is there never enough money?
These are some of the important questions that many
of us have asked ourselves time and time again.
Create An Exceptional Life Can help you look at ways
to accomplish more in your life that you ever though possible. It will
start you on a process of living your life to it's full potential. Read
Your Guide to Building Your Home On The Golf Course
Many people have the dream of designing and owning their home. In fact many
of us know your home is your castle. This is where you spend so much of your
time. Other than your work setting there is no where else you going to be
for even a close amount of time. When you think of it that way you quickly
realize why not live in a home that is perfect for you! This is something
you can accomplish when you start with a blank sheet of paper and go from
there. This procedure could result in some extra cost over accepting what is
out there already built, but maybe not! Read
My interest in golf began later in life than many today. In the summer of
1975 I went home for the summer from university to the small mining
community in Northwestern Ontario Canada where I grew up. My father, a
mining engineer and a friend of his who ran a forestry company were both
avid golfers and decided to build a golf course in the town. That summer 5
holes were completed and the next year the remaining 4 built. It was here
that I began my lifelong interest in golf.
In our lives there are certain activities that we get involved with and
enjoy so much they become part of our lifestyle forever. For me one of those
at the forefront has been snowmobiling. It all started as a young 11 year
old boy growing up in a small mining town in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.
My father and I were out on an ice fishing trip in the winter of 1969 and
all of a sudden a bright yellow machine came towards us as we made our way
into the lake. The man on the snow machine, as they were called in those
days, was someone my dad knew from the mine where he worked as a mining