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A person, man or woman, who espouses the classical liberalism tradition and therefore considers himself or herself a classical liberal has the following views:
Added by Bruce Koerber on March 31, 2014 at 8:25pm — No Comments
It is a particularly desirable choice for entrepreneurs, speakers, nonprofit leaders, authors, associations, board of directors, event planners, entertainers, journalists, sports, political, and media outlets and those who can identify…
This is the third in a series of six blog entries based on Carla Young’s article, “The Winning Attitude: What Elite Athletes Can Teach Us About Success.” Young takes the secrets of highly successful athletes and gives them a larger application for entrepreneurs. In…Continue
I had the opportunity to speak at the Lompoc Women's Federal Correction Center. Yes a prison. I accepted this speaking engagement to be able to share my story of overcoming my challenges. I had expected an audience of 80, which turned out to be 280, including the Warden and assistant Warden. The audience was dominated my men. When speaking I gets myself prepared, but the unknown is difficult to prepare for. Speaking at a federal prison I certainly did not know what to expect.
Added by Connie Pheiff on March 31, 2014 at 12:00pm — No Comments
If you broke your arm, would you go to a herbalist or a chiropractor? No, of course you wouldn’t! You would go to your physician or to the emergency room and have a conventional doctor set the bone so that it heals properly. Perhaps you’d also visit an orthopedist who specializes in broken and fractured bones. And that…Continue
Funny thing I always hear from successful folks is about the number of times they've failed - I mean, just straight up fallen flat on their face.
There are any number of quotes on this - "every setback is a setup for a comeback" "I've failed my way to success" "failure is an opportunity to begin again - more intelligently".
Bottom line - failure is an important way to learn. In today's tech age, I personally have a great indicator of my 'failed' endeavors, the list of…Continue
Welcome to 'Monday Mastery' with Brian Holmes! Each Monday morning, we provide you a video segment that is designed to encourage, motivate, challenge, and develop you as a leader and influencer. In this segment, Brian continues his series on 'Strategic…
Added by Brian A. Holmes on March 31, 2014 at 5:00am — No Comments
In you're not yet familiar with our show - Finding your Voice radio, we typically highlight high-profile front-runners and thought-leaders in the world of life direction, personal growth, and self-development.
Incredible guests and regulars include - Dan Miller, Darren Hardy, Bob Burg, Jon Acuff, Bernie Siegel, Carrie…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on March 31, 2014 at 5:00am — No Comments
Several years ago I read a book that spoke into my life on many levels. One word jumped from the pages into my brain and I have spent the years since embracing and better understanding the word validation, the process of recognizing the authenticity of one’s emotions or possibilities.
A well-meaning parent, teacher, or friend can undermine one’s potential by carelessly ignoring or carelessly discounting the importance of one’s passion or feelings. I am…Continue
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Brandon Cox, along with his wife Angie, are planting Grace Hills Church in Northwest Arkansas. He also oversees the content and online community of Pastors.com and Rick Warren’s Ministry Toolbox. Brandon attended Central Baptist College and Western Kentucky…
Added by Barak Strickland on March 30, 2014 at 7:00am — No Comments
Stuffing and pretending and complaining only get you so far, y’know? And after 44 years of leaping frantically back & forth between control and victimization -
I’m realizing how little I really know about trust.
Image courtesy Dr. Joseph Valks at…Continue
So I've been talking about this for quite a bit now, but I finally have launched my website around social change - it's at socialchangenation.com Not too much to look at right now, but it'll be changing pretty dramatically over the next two months.
Appreciate y'all taking a look, and any thoughts you may have going forward - just a skeleton now, adding the rest very soon!
For anyone who hasn't seen this, you've gotta check it out. Moral of the post: Be authentic, stay true to yourself, and rid yourself of anyone or anythign that stands in the way of that.
It's life changing: http://www.lifebuzz.com/just-stop/
This is the second in a series of six blog entries based on Carla Young’s article, “The Winning Attitude: What Elite Athletes Can Teach Us About Success.” Young takes the secrets of highly successful athletes and gives them a larger application for entrepreneurs. In these six…Continue
For some couples, the concept of having boundaries in marriage would be anxiety provoking. Why boundaries are needed in marriage if we are…Continue
It is an honor for me to introduce you to my dear friend, John Morgan (a.k.a., President George W. Bush). I met John in 2013 at the Platform Conference in Nashville, TN, over the course of that year, we became close friends. John travels the world encouraging, challenging, and uplifting the hearts…Continue
Added by Brian A. Holmes on March 28, 2014 at 5:00am — No Comments
Justice exists in the human realm. When plant succession leads to one species-type replacing another no plant cries "foul." When a snake comes upon a mouse hole and enters and eats its inhabitants there is no picketing for justice by other mice! However a sentimental human may see these occurrences and try to superimpose a belief and come up with an interpretation that an injustice has occurred. Without the existence of humans it can be said that there is no concept of…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on March 27, 2014 at 3:21pm — No Comments
I constantly have a story in my mind about myself. It’s like an eight-track player. The songs change every few minutes, but after a while, the loop comes back around and I’m listening to the same tape over and over all day.
You experience this as well. Each one of us does. A loop that reminds you of who you believe you are, where you came from, and where you think you’re going.
Every day there’s a story in your head.
Occasionally, someone takes the…Continue