I just started reading Andy Andrews latest book, The Little Things and I was wondering if anyone would like to join me as we read it together and share thoughts back and forth. I am of the belief that he is one of the great thinkers of out time and this book is no exception. I'd love to share this journey with a couple people. Any takers?
Added by David Weiss on March 21, 2017 at 12:29pm — No Comments
Have you ever sat down to a meal and said, ” I’m so hungry I could eat a _____?” When you are that hungry, you often will eat whatever is available. If you are eating in a restaurant, you may order more than typical because you just want some food. Sometimes you will choose something that may not be exceptionally appealing but will satisfy the hunger you are experiencing.
When I am coaching clients, I often discover many are very hungry for whatever they can grab onto to help them…Continue
Added by Kathy on March 21, 2017 at 10:57am — No Comments
When a university student asked Billy Graham what had been the biggest surprise in his life, he answered, “My biggest surprise in life is its brevity.”
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James would agree. He wrote to those bragging about their big plans for the future, “Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes”…Continue
We have to lose the belief that some foods are “good” and some are “bad.” You’re probably thinking I’m being hypocritical because I often write about the dangers of certain foods and ingredients in them. But hear what I am saying. In order to be able to lose weight in a truly healthy way and establish a…Continue
Although the unemployment rate is hovering around 4% in 2017, I’m hearing a lot from job seekers who are frustrated. They are applying for more jobs than ever, but not getting interviews. Turns out, your resume writing,…
Did you know the average millionaire has 7 different streams of income? According to most experts, making money through multiple streams of income is a huge factor in how financially successful you become.
I’m a big believer in…Continue
Added by Dr. Jason Cabler on March 19, 2017 at 6:17am — No Comments
Remember when you started driving and everything felt like it was happening so fast? Remember that first time you got on the highway and went 100 km an hour? It felt like so much was going on at once. You tried to watch the speed of the car and make sure that you didn’t run into any of the other…
When you are double minded in your decisions, then you are not going to make the progress you want in your life or business.
Many times, we make a decision and before we even give the effort to see it through, we are already coming up with all sorts of alternatives. We start thinking about all the “what ifs.” We start thinking about why it will not work.
Instead, we should be focusing on the efforts to follow through on the decision we already made. We should be giving it our…Continue
The life of entrepreneurship can, from the outside, look like a bed of roses. Yes, today I started work at 9 a.m. and read for two hours, then wrote for two hours, and am now writing more at 2:30 p.m., sitting in the living room watching my kids play in the snow.
But that’s my highlight…Continue
Added by Curtis McHale on March 14, 2017 at 3:16pm — No Comments
Welcome to the first entry in Redbeard's Reading List!
For years I've experimented with minimalism because of a desire to not be overwhelmed and inundated with stuff. It helped me rid…Continue
Added by Dr. David W. Powers on March 14, 2017 at 7:02am — No Comments
I’m delighted to have Dawn Wilson share her wisdom on how to “release the brakes” that hold us back. Dawn assists Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth with research and works with various departments at Revive Our Hearts. Learn more about this talented gal in her bio below.
A Clinical Psychologist who motivates Olympic athletes, Dr. Larry Iverson, once said, “You can go amazing places when you quit stepping on the brakes.” …Continue
Well by now a lot of you know, I am not a big fan of snow. I know God is a great artist and he has good reasons for snow, and it is very pretty but I much prefer when he works in his green palette. This year in this part of Pennsylvania, we had very little snow, as a matter of fact we had quite a few days in February where it was near 70 degrees. It was awesome, but now... this...
We are in blizzard conditions, the snow is falling horizontally and piling up in huge drifts. It's pretty…Continue
Added by David Weiss on March 14, 2017 at 6:06am — No Comments
Major studies on the effect of exercise on how long people live have been conducted in the United States and Finland. They have shown that an active and healthy lifestyle won't make you live much longer than someone who's sedentary.
So why exercise if you won't benefit by living longer than everyone else? Let me convince…Continue
Added by Cherry Austin on March 13, 2017 at 10:30pm — No Comments
“I’ve drawn a line in the sand. I’m quitting this job at the end of the year, come hell or high water.”
“This is absolutely the last time I’m working a holiday season.”
“I can’t take the stress any more. I’m retiring at the end of the school year.”
Added by Lynne Watts on March 13, 2017 at 2:44pm — No Comments
Most entrepreneurs dream big dreams and have great visions for their business.I think that is wonderful and wouldn’t want it any other way.I love to work with entrepreneurs who don’t give up after a setback and are committed to making their business a success.
But sometimes entrepreneurs miss the details and the subtleties that impact their businesses.They might dedicate every minute to working on their…Continue
Added by Kathy on March 13, 2017 at 12:04pm — No Comments
I just read this…Continue
Have you heard the term, “LinkedIn resume” and been curious what one looks like?
Since people will pay to have a LinkedIn resume created, you might wonder how difficult it is to create one. Is there a special format or trick…
That’s meant I’ve pushed people out of the roads that aren’t plowed. I’ve shoveled for neighbours that…Continue
Added by Curtis McHale on March 9, 2017 at 10:26am — No Comments
We're creeping up on Easter. Now if you're in any kind of ministry, one thing becomes readily apparent. Where for the rest of the year you can pick from virtually any subject matter when it comes to Christmas and Easter, most people expect that you will stick with those two most important of stories. The downside of this is they are stories that people have heard so often I fear they take it for granted. This provide a unique opportunity to be creative, to help them see the story with fresh…Continue