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  1. Misty Osborne

    Hello Lee,

    I saw your real estate information. It has been a long time. You have did very
    well for yourself. I’m proud of you. You deserve it. You always told me to go
    back to school. I did, I completed my bachelors. I haven’t spoke
    to you in years but, I never forgot you. God Bless..

    Misty Osborne

  2. Debi Tango

    Hi Lee,
    I attended your 3 day seminar in Marietta this weekend. Very impressive. Your knowledge, passion and sincerity were evident.

    It is probably important that I share my background to give credibility to my comments. Most of my career was spent as a designer and later project manager for an international Architecture, Design, Construction and Engineering firm out of Houston that has since morphed into HOK. Later I homeschooled 2 children and have coached speech and debate for 10 years. I was passionate about teaching young minds to be able to find their voices, articulate ideas and defend their faith prior to entering college. I sat on the Georgia Foresics Board for 2 years. My teams came in 2nd Nationally twice, my son and his partner still hold a record for most debate wins in a region, we had an extemporaneous speaking national first place winner and a student that went on to become the debate captain for the USAF debate team. My daughter won a national competition at Liberty University. and took first place in impromptu speaking in the region. One thing that I am most proud of was Governor Barnes telling me after judging a final debate, that my students were better speakers than any of the law students that he had experienced coming out of law schools.

    It was very obvious in what and how you communicated that you passionately pursue excellence in all your endeavors. Though you had a speech coach there and were quite obviously close to him and appreciative of what he had helped you with, there are things that you could do to take it to a higher level. One example would be that the information communicated was somewhat difficult to follow at times and consequently the notes did not flow smoothly and were somewhat disjointed. You so reminded me of the guy that went to the USAF academy. He is brilliant. He put so much into is speeches and debate that reflected his deep knowledge base. However, he left most of us in the dust and most of us got really lost in the flow of words. He knew what he was saying but the people listening to him did not. He would say “I said this” and I would respond “this is what I heard.” It was when what he said and what others heard were the same that he went to the next level and was extremely successful.

    I learned an enormous amount from you this weekend I am sincerely grateful for the time and energy that you gave to all of us. Please do not let my comments take away from that. However, I saw in you a desire to learn and “take it to the next level.” I hope my comments have been helpful and if you have any desire to “hear more.” I would be happy to help.

  3. Debi Tango

    Hi Lee,
    I attended your 3 day seminar in Marietta this weekend. Very impressive. Your knowledge, passion and sincerity were evident.

    It is probably important that I share my background to give credibility to my comments. Most of my career was spent as a designer and later project manager for an international Architecture, Design, Construction and Engineering firm out of Houston that has since morphed into HOK. Later I homeschooled 2 children and coached speech and debate for 10 years. I was passionate about teaching young minds to be able to find their voices, articulate ideas and defend their faith prior to entering college. I sat on the Georgia Foresics Board for 2 years. My teams came in 2nd Nationally twice, my son and his partner still hold a record for most debate wins in a region, we had an extemporaneous speaking national first place winner and a student that went on to become the debate captain for the USAF debate team. My daughter won a national competition at Liberty University. and took first place in impromptu speaking in the region. One thing that I am most proud of was Governor Barnes telling me after judging a final debate, that my students were better speakers than any of the law students that he had experienced coming out of law schools.

    It was very obvious in what and how you communicated that you passionately pursue excellence in all your endeavors. Though you had a speech coach there and were quite obviously close to him and appreciative of what he had helped you with, there are things that you could do to take it to a higher level so that your audience is able to absorb more of the information. One example would be that the information communicated was somewhat difficult to follow at times and consequently the notes did not flow smoothly and were somewhat disjointed. You so reminded me of the guy that went to the USAF academy. He is brilliant. He put so much into is speeches and debate that reflected his deep knowledge base. However, he delivery left most of us in the dust and most of us got really lost in the flow of words. He knew what he was saying but the people listening to him did not. He would say “I said this” and I would respond “this is what I heard.” It was when what he said and what others heard were the same that he went to the next level and was extremely successful and accomplished.

    I learned an enormous amount from you this weekend I am sincerely grateful for the time and energy that you gave to all of us. Please do not let my comments take away from that. However, I saw in you a desire to learn and “take it to the next level.” I hope my comments have been helpful and if you have any desire to “hear more.” I would be happy to help.

    All the best!!
    Debi

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