So, does the Bible say anything about being physically healthy? Is it still relevant today?
The most popular verses would be:
1 Corinthians 6:19-20....19 Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in…Continue
2012 is a Leap Year and today, February 29, is the actual Leap Day. So to commemorate this day I challenge you to take a flying LEAP.…Continue
I began listening to Dan last summer. Miserable and feeling unappreciated at my current j-o-b, I was determined to change the direction of my professional life. With the support of my husband, as soon as the year started I began taking steps to achieve my goal. I enrolled and am currently in an online class for certification as a Professional Event Planner. I've been a member of an event planing group for years at work. I'm usually the one planning whatever celebration for my friends &…Continue
Becoming a leader of character is a process that never ends. It is a never ending road towards a destination you can never completely reach. But, leaders must take this road daily in order to grow and lead well.
I had the benefit of my father, General Jim Anderson, and four years of training at West Point to guide me towards being a leader of character. One of the reasons I began…Continue
I am excited about joining the 48days community. I have been listening to Dan's podcasts for a few months now, and I find them very helpful. The last few years have been very challenging for me. I am hoping to get lots of support as I return to self-employment while dealing with the many changes that have happened in my life.
When my children were small I started a bookkeeping service. As they grew, so did the business, and 15 years later I had 3 people working…Continue
A show dedicated to “Soda”. We all heard the bad and ugly about drinking soda – the sugar, the acidity… but there is more. In this episode Ann Musico and I dissected the “why” and “how” soda affect our health.(Jump to Podcast)…Continue
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Debt-Free. Ahhh, that has an awesome ring to it. I've been…Continue
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I am posing a…Continue
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Find, and enjoy, great purpose in your life! That's the title for this entry. Finding your purpose is as simple as taking the gifts/talents you've been given and overlaying them onto your life's experiences and/or life's passions.
What are your gifts/talents? Generally, you'll find those to be the things you do the best with the least amount of effort. What are you passions? To what things in life are you driven, from the deepest part of your being to bring change or make…
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"Something has changed within me. Something is not the same. I'm through with playing by the rules of someone else's game. Too late for second-guessing. Too late to go back to sleep. It's time to trust my instincts, close my eyes: and leap!" Lyrics from Defying Gravity - from the musical Wicked.
After reading 48 Days and No More Mondays I knew I was unemployable. Something was stirring deep inside me that had been dormant for far too long. My dreams had been traded for the safety of…Continue
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The I Don’t Care Project = 1 “Uncomfortable Situation” Every Week
We were truly blessed to spend the weekend with some new friends of ours. Steve and Jody Berkey, along with their son Elijah, warmly opened up their home for us and treated us as family.…Continue
Have you looked at yourself in the mirror lately? Have you looked at your eyes? Stared deep into the depths of your own eyes? I did just the other day, and it weirded me out a little!
But my eyes told me a couple of things.
They told me that I need to get more sleep for one, but also that there is a lot more life to be lived. There is a lot more to explore in this world and who I am now is just a peek into who I will…Continue
If you’ve seen the movie Chariots of Fire, you probably remember the scene where Eric Liddle’s sister was pleading with him to give up his love for running and come back to the worthy life of a missionary.
Eric’s response is one that has been cited numerous times, “God made me fast, and when I run, I feel…Continue
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Goals are a common topic among fitness professionals and clients. I believe it is safe to say that most people have, at the very least, a general goal in regards to their overall health and fitness. Even the apathetic guy at the drive-thru 5 days a week has a goal. It may be to continue to live the way he does without a heart attack, but it’s still a goal. Some folks aspire to lose weight, others to lower cholesterol, and still others only want to be able to walk upstairs without being out…Continue
I have always thought I was happy with my life in general, but I have always struggled with being happy with my job. This year I decided I would actually set goals for myself and am going after them with a passion. My passion is writing and teaching and I have been teaching lessons at church for a good while now, but not writing. When I am writing regularly though I feel more alive and in tune with where I am supposed to be than any other time. Due to this I have made writing my primary…Continue
Have you ever noticed a disclaimer (in microscopic print) typically found at the bottom of a printed circular or a perhaps a statement in your local TV listings used as a Plan B opt out to the stated programming schedule? You know the ones – “prices shown are SUBJECT TO CHANGE” or “the stated programming schedule is SUBJECT TO CHANGE” perhaps due to local blackout rules or a crisis oriented news story. I love it when my favorite team might be playing and then all of a sudden…Continue
Once upon a time, we lived in a world where live music flowed through the veins of our society like warm, soothing water. The tones that emanated from the souls of creative artisans around the world gave a subtle sense of comfort to human kind. I was proud to be a part of that equation, making my living with my hands and my soul as a pianist. No, not the type of pianist you might see dressed in a tuxedo with tails playing Rachmaninoff at Carnegie Hall. I was the guy with a tuxedo and tip jar…Continue
As she learned to embrace her uniqueness and style, and to connect with the passions that were stirring within her, clarity came and the necessity to move forward into her own business and opportunity, obvious.
PaMela found Ohio shares her passion and plans to help women “Flourish”.
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When I arrived at work that Monday morning there was a young lady waiting for our office to open. She was different. She had on full, flawless makeup at 8:30 in the morning. As she and I talked, we unearthed…Continue
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