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March 1, 2019

Cycles of Life -  4 Rules of a Great Life

It is funny to me how I see things now versus how I saw things even a decade ago… Time has a way of teaching you the cycles of life.  You are either learning from them or it circles and comes back. It’s  like growing a forest, it takes time over a decade  to become mature or you set fire to it every few years and get to start the planting process over.    

4  Rules of a Great Life:

Rule 1) How you TREAT PEOPLE will determine how you are treated.  Any time you see yourself bigger than others its pride.  God sees our heart and we cannot hide. It is one of the quickest ways to lose respect.  The Golden Rule is real!

 Rule 2) How you SERVE OTHERS  will determine the depth of your relationships.  If a relationship is transactional...

February 8, 2019

One of the most painful things in life, besides loss of a loved one,  is losing a friend or what we refer to as family of choice.  The reason it is painful is because it hurts at level of deep belief. You RESPECT someone, which leads to Honoring them and breeds LOYALTY.  When this is broken it hurts to the core.    This happens for lots of reasons and none of them are good reasons when you look back at the loss.  However, many times there  is absolutely nothing you can do about it because people are involved.  People choose their own destiny, friends, relationships and ultimately who they will do life.   In a previous blog I wrote that people are crazy and my opinion has not changed.  If you are a person who values relationships and are willing to put yourself out there you will walk through loss...

November 22, 2018

The typical thanksgiving post is about all that we are thankful and I have allot to be thankful! In this post I want to step back behind the obvious to tell the back story.  When I think about my family and how we got to Frisco Tx it goes back to when the Unclebach family and on my mother’s side the Whetsell’s came to America back in the early 1900’s.  I have not been able to find out why they came here, but let’s assume it was for a better life like most people who leave their families and friends and venture across the ocean.  We know that both families arrived around the same time and ended up in the Chicago suburbs and ended up working in the GM manufacturing industry.  My parents dated in high school and married in college.  She became a nurse and my Dad took the corporate route.  We moved to...

October 17, 2018

When I heard the news about Paul Allen, the 26th wealthiest person in America and C0-Founder of Microsoft, passing from cancer (Age 64) for some reason it really hit home!  It made me immediately think about Steve Jobs who was also one of the richest people in America and passed from cancer (Age 56).  Two men that had everything in the world, all the money they could possibly spend, recognition, success, etc. etc.  Maybe… it’s because I am almost the age of Steve Jobs or I can see that 64 is not that far off?  Maybe… it’s because I am in the health and wellness space, Maybe… it’s because I let over four decades go bye before I started working on my health,  Maybe…it’s because I speak to my friends about this issue and some of them don’t listen or seem to not care or maybe they have just not seen w...

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Scott Unclebach -
Entrepreneur, Speaker & Author

Unashamed kingdom man who has a conservative mindset.  Loves America and the freedom it provides.  Understands that everything I have is a gift from God.  Hope to provide faith based inspiration and leadership to everyone I meet. 

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