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In a previous blog, I reported spotting a dog in a nearby park system upon driving home from work. I recalled reading on an employee’s bulletin board a story of a missing dog. The dog owner’s home had been burglarized and the thieves peppered sprayed the young dog. The door must have been open and the traumatized pup ran away despite wearing a radio-controlled collar.
December 31st- isn't the only day to do…Continue
One of my greatest regrets in life is being a perfectionist. Maybe "perfectionist" is a nice way of putting it. If you've ever been called
you might be in this boat with me. Whatever this malady is, it's kept me from living a life of joy, freedom, and abandon to God. I've been fearful, stressed, anxious—never rising up to my own expectations or letting anyone else…Continue
While shopping recently with a good friend she held up a garment for me to check out and I made an off-hand remark about how that would not fit my fat posterior. During the course of the excursion, there were several times I made remarks about myself that were less than kind. At one point my friend pointed out to me, sweetly, that I needed to quit talking so negatively about myself. Harrumph!
I know better than most what negative self-talk does to a person. Dan and I teach…Continue
By: Steve Parker
The New Year is a time for reflection. The Bishop’s Wife starring Cary Grant as the angel Dudley sent to help a bishop and his wife made me consider my focus.
The movie tells the story of a…Continue
Added by Debbie W. Wilson on December 31, 2012 at 2:59pm — No Comments
Hello My fellow 48 days.net friends and family!
I am sharing a message my friend, Eva Gregory just sent -- and I think it is a great idea!....
"First of all I hope you've been enjoying the Holiday Season and want to wish you a Magical Year of Love, Light, Laughter, Peace and Prosperity in 2013!
Someone on facebook posted a really cool 'ritual' I have decided to participate in this year and I invite you to join me.
Get a LARGE jar, or container - for me I…
Added by Karen ODonnell on December 31, 2012 at 10:44am — No Comments
"The NOW" is where the value lies within our lives. Read more here.
Added by Angie Cunningham on December 31, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
Late last month one of my favorite mentors, Zig Ziglar, passed away. Reflecting on Zig's life and his impact on so many thousands of people across the world brought back special memories of times I have spent under his teaching and leadership. During the early 90's my wife and I lived in the Dallas, TX metroplex. One of my favorite memories of that time was being a member of Zig Ziglar's Sunday…Continue
Added by Mark J Cundiff on December 31, 2012 at 8:45am — No Comments
Growing up as Dan Miller’s kid, is it any surprise that he took an early-in-life leaning toward the tug of independence and entrepreneurialism? (Jump to the show.)
Learning from his…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on December 31, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
Relating my sudden headache to the drastic weather change, I cleared my thoughts and re-focused my energy on setting up the Total Body stations for the Thursday evening class. After warming up the students with squats, jumping jacks and lunges, I started my stop watch to time each exercise. Thank goodness my headache seemed to be easing. Then, when I glanced down at my stopwatch, a new issue arose. The large numbers on my watch were fuzzy and almost impossible to read. As I lifted my eyes to…Continue
I began reading Seth Godin's new book- The Icarus Deception: How High will You Fly?. You can view the trailer here. I am hoping to finish the book and do a review shortly thereafter. Don't hesitate to pick-up a copy of this enlightening book on becoming a remarkable artist and standing-out in the new Industrial Revolution!
Added by Jim Carver on December 30, 2012 at 10:17pm — No Comments
Except for maybe a few nights a year, it's an event that largely goes unheralded. However, on December 31 the world takes notice.…Continue
If you spent your time at work attempting to work faster and harder you're a by-product of the Industrial Age.
If your company slogan was work smarter, not harder- you're a by-product of the Industrial Age.
If the organization you work for splatters the community with billboard and newspaper advertisements' its marketing believes it's still lives in the Industrial…Continue
On December 27, 2012, Heath Miller was voted the Most Valuable Player on the Steelers football team by his teammates. It is the first time in the history of the Steelers' team history that a tight end received this recognition. Miller didn't win this title because of one or two spectacular plays, but because of what he did on every play during the season.
Heath's position as "Tight End" is not one of the more glorious positions in football; they aren't typically making the huge…
Added by Mike Bowman on December 29, 2012 at 4:14pm — No Comments
truly haunted/negated no more! the following is THE most solid presense i've ever evidenced of God n the Network of the Helps had to overcome the hauntings of people USED to be arrogant, mean and stupid to me. especially where those people-have been males. please hang on-for i am not victim-feeling better from hating them. i just understand the FLIP of their behavior-having me tune up, from the view into breaking off my rejection fatigue/absolute overwhelm-at how they can/had got used to be…Continue
Added by janne wallace on December 29, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
I come here today not to entertain you
With song, dance, a laugh or two
Those things are fine, especially with some wine
But today I have something else on my mind
At times I feel weary, weighted down by this life
It can make me cranky. Ask my poor, dear…Continue
Added by Jason Garey on December 29, 2012 at 1:15pm — No Comments
“Learn this mighty law which can produce either success or failure, wealth or poverty, happiness or heartbreak, and once you fully understand it you will be able to control your destiny.”
Added by Barak Strickland on December 29, 2012 at 9:05am — No Comments
Well, here it is. Our first short check since John has gone back to work.
Yay back to work!
Boo short check.
Since I knew a few days in a advance that he would be receiving some weird sort of holiday pay check (and not the good weird holiday check way where you make triple time), I had some work to do. For this week’s groceries, I had to buy more of the…Continue
2013 – The New Year
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas this year. It is hard to believe that we are at the end of 2012. There is a lot of wonder and anxiety going into 2013. We have the fiscal cliff we are facing, struggling economy, the tragedy in Connecticut and basically a divided country. I wished I could say that I could solve those problems overnight, but no one can and a quick fix usually sets us up for a future failure. I believe…Continue
Added by Tim West-Go West Coaching on December 28, 2012 at 1:49pm — No Comments