I am constantly taken aback by the power people have within them that they never even knew they had. Strong people, shy people, carefree people, scared people. When the time comes for them to make a decision on whether they are going to stand up and stand on their own two feet and battle through whatever hard times or sufferings are coming as opposed to cowering in the corner weak and afraid of what possible barriers they will face along the way, I am always amazed.…Continue
Added by Nick Marrs on April 30, 2012 at 12:43pm — No Comments
I've purchased a bundle from Only72 in the past and wanted to share their current offer, which just went live. For the next 72 hours, you can get some high-quality training materials (plus a copy of Chris Guillebeau's "The $100 Startup" in hardcover) for over 90% off.
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(FYI: I'm signed up as an affiliate with Only72, and the above…Continue
Added by Aaron Kerr on April 30, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
This is a harsh reality. Most people will die with their biggest regret being that…Continue
Here is a my review of a Mexican restaurant in the Salt Lake area; Delicious: www.hometownslop.blogspot.com
Added by Jeff David on April 30, 2012 at 7:03am — No Comments
OK so he met a few influential decision-makers at a seminar he wasn’t even supposed to attend, in a town he had no business being in, which led to a doorway that opened out into a hallway full of opportunity; but that’s just coincidence right?(Jump to Podcast) …Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on April 30, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments
So yes, we had Ice-cream on Sunday to celebrate a term that I think we just coined as a “Week-begin!” And also it was a little sucking up on my part as an apology for pretty much ignoring my family over some of the week. I feel pretty bad about it.
What happened was that it was a huge product release and I spent many hours the last few days finishing some final details trying to get everything just right before we launched,…Continue
By furniture I mean you need some concrete nouns in addition to abstract ones such as faith, hope, and love. Concrete nouns are those that can be perceived with one or more of the 5 senses. They give your listeners something tangible to latch onto, a chair to sit in, so to speak.
For the worship…Continue
In my observations, most dementias fall into one of two categories. There is “happy dementia” and “angry dementia”. I am blessed and pleased that my Momma has happy dementia. Dementia can be a difficult journey, so having happy dementia on my side is no small thing. Momma questioned me this week as to why some people have the happy type while some people have the angry type. My best explanation is rather crude, I suppose, but it gets the point across. If the individual was a…Continue
Added by Seth Haigh on April 28, 2012 at 10:27pm — No Comments
I am very tired. Tired of making money for other people. Yes, I have made a good living, I have a house, 2 cars, some nice stuff, I can go out to dinner if I want, I go on a vacation every now and then. I have a great family, 3 beautiful girls and a wife that still takes my breath away. But and this is a really big but.......I am a restless man. I have figured out most…Continue
For over ten years I have been in a job that has not only made me miserable but has taken time away from the things that are important to me. From the outside looking in, people would tell me to shut up and stop complaining, I make good income and have a pretty flexible schedule.Continue
Added by Kimanzi Constable on April 27, 2012 at 4:11pm — No Comments
Check out my latest blog/patient education newsletter article.
This is Kingdom Business University's (KBU) ambitious plan to stimulate the creation of 1 million jobs through faith-based, purpose-centered entrepreneurship…Continue
Added by Paul Wilson, Jr. on April 27, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
Do you believe that IT is possible?
That IT is possible?
But what is IT?
IT is anything, everything, all of it.
Added by Izmael Arkin on April 27, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
Well, it’s the end of the week! You made it, right? How did it go for you?…Continue
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I’m really enjoying running with my wife. We never really worked out together much, but Cheryl and I just started doing some trail running and we are loving it! We get to spend a lot of time together, and get to stay healthy together. All around it has so many positive affects in all of our life areas; starting…Continue
Are the limits we place on ourselves our actual limit? Or is it something we place on ourselves to hold us back from what we are truly capable?
Look at the mirror. You are what stands between what you are now and your potential. Not the economy. Not the president. You can reach goals with the gifts, talents, and personality you already have when you push pass your perceived limits.
In the first week of police academy I was challenged to do a simple task. To run... without…Continue
Added by Elmer Querubin on April 26, 2012 at 9:09pm — No Comments
My last post…about three weeks ago or so, I mentioned the idea that one thing we need to do to Live A Legacy is to correct our mistakes.
Do you ever wish that our lives, actions, and tongues had an “auto-correct” feature, just like our Word or our smart phone text messaging? What a great idea! Everything in our lives would be corrected automatically before we said something hurtful, did something stupid, or just did not fully think out beforehand!
It just don’t work that…Continue
Added by Wayne Cook on April 26, 2012 at 8:34pm — No Comments
First, a big thank you to Izmael Arkin for posting a comment that made me really think this out again. Good follow-up questions!!!
In order to become “Bulletproof” at a task, I hedge my “cost ≤ benefit bet”. I do this by knowing and actively managing my “self”. To explore that, we will have to swim in the deep end of the thought pool…swim this lap with me and we shall learn as we go.
My first significant…Continue
Added by Seth Haigh on April 26, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Well, it has been quite some time since I have been on here. I wanted to go over a few things since my stroke that has helped me decide what I need to do for my future. I have had a couple of ideas that seem to want to be in the lead, but haven't been able to choose the right one. I think that has changed finally.
Let me bring something to the forefront that helped me in my decision, I had a stroke in February this year. I am doing quite well overall and rehab is going better…Continue