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Steve Gladen currently serves as the pastor of small groups of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA. He has a Masters of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary with a concentration in pastoral counseling. Steve has authored several books, including…
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We are so fortunate.
Joel and I get to talk to an expert and pick their brain every weekday on "Raise Your Game Radio" - explosive business growth for authors, coaches and speakers.
Within a couple of short weeks, the tips from these experts are already changing how we do business.
In this week's "Success Summary" - we want to share another common trait of the super-achievers.
They consider relationship the key to success. Here are the…Continue
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Continuing on in our special Saturday series on the top supplements for your peak performance, today we take a look at docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), a polyunsaturated fatty acid. DHA is a supplement that has been long associated with neural development while in utero. However, research has discovered the molecule to be extremely important to brain and nervous…Continue
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Each experience in the series of knowledge gaining experiences is more competitive than the preceding period. In other words, we are constantly searching for ways to make things better for ourselves. And…Continue
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Oprah Winfrey is one of the wealthiest African American women in the world. It is apparent that she loves what she does. I believe whole heartedly that she would not have been as successful as she is today if she did not love what she does for work. The majority of millionaires do love their work. In fact, in Thomas Stanley’s book,…Continue
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Panic: When you think about your weight, do you begin to panic, feeling that you will never be…Continue
That was the main question I asked myself in January 2013. The Insanity Workout is intimidating. The name by itself suggested that if I embarked on this journey I need to be placed in an asylum. My husband put the challenge out there – he…Continue
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In this episode, we continue talking about RELATIONSHIPS.
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Today my co-author shared a great YouTube clip with me. It was only at the very end this short 1:30 piece that I realized I was watching a commercial. The advertiser clearly showed amazing restraint!
If you are like me, all too often I default into telling my readers or potential clients what I have done and what I can do for them. More and more, I get the impression that people just want to hear a great story, then decide for themselves if my product or seminar is the one to help…Continue
In my recent article How to Renovate Your Life- 3 Steps to Make Change Happen, I wrote that if you want to make positive change happen in your life, you have to do 3 things:
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” - Mohandas K. Gandhi
“Desire! That’s the one secret of every man’s career. Not education. Not being born with hidden talents. Desire.” - Johnny Carson
Ever feel like your brain is thwarting your ambitions, goals and dreams? Feel alone? Don’t, anyone doing anything positive experiences this. Without disciplined, the brain can become a hindrance, leading us to dead-end streets and rabbit hole after rabbit hole.
In our last installment, I spoke of how the latest research in brain science shows that multitasking, a staple in today's businesses and homes, could be not only lowering our mental capabilities but in the long term…Continue
Added by William Braun on March 5, 2014 at 7:16pm — No Comments
Blogspiration = that inspiration, or motivation one gets to write a blog - it not only drives you to do it, but also gives you what you think is a great idea to blog about...
I've recently made it my goal to blog on a regular basis - ideally at least 4 times per week. When I first made this goal, I felt it was really really ambitious (I honestly didn't think I'd be able to keep it up). But, I really want blogging to be at the center of a new venture I'm embarking upon (plus…Continue
Added by Josh Schukman on March 5, 2014 at 3:43pm — No Comments
When my husband and I began homeschooling last fall, I signed up for every homeschool magazine I could find. I waited anxiously for the issues to arrive...as they started arriving in the mail, I realized something. Not one of them spoke to me. I found them to be one-sided in their perspective. I wanted more.. I wanted to learn about different people and how they homeschool, how they integrate their various faiths into it...or not. I wanted something that was designed to bring people together…Continue
About this time last year it dawned on me that I needed new ideas. I was doing the same thing over and over while expecting different results. I needed new ways of thinking. I have a BA in Christian Ministries and I continue to read, but I had never put serious thought into career direction or plans. I've always worked hard, but I was stuck. I was a roofing contractor in my early 20's and did well at that but it was not a long term passion of mine. I spent four plus years in the electrical…Continue
I hope this is the right place to put this since I want everyone to see this. I want to say "Thank you" to everyone on 48days.net. You all have been such a blessing to me in helping me to start this journey. Since I have switched from lawn care to natural farming and gardening I haven't made any money yet (Mainly since the growing season hasn't started yet) but I have had so many more doors open to me than ever before. Even though we are in the very beginning stages I already consider…Continue