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100 Days of Gratitude - Day 44 - David Hira, my moral compass

Me and David rock the mic at Epic Karaoke IV in May of 2010.Today I'm grateful - actually, everyday I'm grateful, for my dear friend David Hira.

For those who know me well, you'll hear me reference 5 people (other than my children) in my life more than any others, Kim (who I covered on Day 1), Brian Brushwood (Day 38), Gus Davis (Day 26, as part of my Game Shows To Go team - though he deserves his own day soon), John David McDaniel (Day 13) and today - the guy I actually talk to more than anyone else on the phone - David Hira. Again - these are not in any particular order.

When I have a problem... I call David.

When I have an ethics questions... I call David.

When I need help with a speech or presentation... I call David.

When I need a laugh... I call David.

When I need a cry... I call David.

When I need to vent but can't say what I need to say to anyone else... I call David.

When I need advice... I call David.

When I'm working out a business idea... I call David.

When I just need someone to chat with... I call David.

Basically... I call David. Sometimes just to check in.

Best of all, I know that he's going to tell me what I NEED to hear - not what I WANT to hear. He's not going to hold back, he'll tell me his honest opinion. He knows all of my faults and all of our differences - and he loves me just the same.

David is the single most genuinely nice, ethical, giving and moral person that I know.

Some people talk the talk, but don't walk the walk - David does both. He serves as an example of the person that I want to be and that I struggle to be.

He's also a truly awesome performer and one of the finest motivational speakers in the world.

He's the ONLY magician that I trust with my long time clients. I know that not only will he do a great show for them when I'm not available, he'll treat them as MY clients.

If you don't know David (and it seems that everyone does), you should. He's a great guy all the way around.

I love my friend David Hira. I hope he gets as much out of his relationship with me as I get out of my relationship with him.

If you missed the link at the top - you can find David's little slice of the internet at

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    Business tools and families are really nice and great for all the people and we can become successful and make our life great. The families can make the life of their family members.

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I'm honored by your words and by your friendship. My life is richer because of you.

March 24, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Hira

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