Larry Winget, the Pitbull of Personal Development joins me to discuss how he uses social media, why his website looks so very different from everybody else's, why his customers love it, and just about anything else we feel like… Continue
Does God really care about all of the choices you make? I'm faced with some big decisions right now and am trying to figure out a direction. What do you think? Does God care about all of the decisions you make?
Seriously, I want to know what you think. Where's the line?
I read an ad touting an award winning curriculum for preschoolers. One of the goals of the curriculum: “To prepare young minds for preschool academics.”
Have we lost our minds? We’re talking about 3 and 4 year olds!
But I shouldn’t be surprised. There is a growing trend for parents to begin preparing their children for college while they’re in kindergarten. I have even read of kids taking entrance exams for preschool. (And parents sweating over their results.)
How much more can one do for any human being than to serve them by walking the walk? I understand that you may be quite savvy and very educated in what you do, and you know exactly where we should be going, and how we should be leading our lives, and that’s great! However, do you think that’s going to have more of an impact on my decisions had I come to understand that you’ve ‘been there and done…
Tomato based foods will stain plastic food storage containers...To prevent staining, spray a light coating of non-stick cooking oil (like PAM) inside the container and lid...OR soak the container and lid in ice cold water for 5 minutes or longer before filling.
Ok. So I was reading in one of my wife’s magazine’s (What! I’m man
enough to admit this) and this so called financial advisor answered the
“My daughter is going to college this year. Do you think it is a good
idea for her to get a credit card?” And the brilliant advisor
responded “Sure. It is important for her to understand responsibility
and help build her credit up.......blah, blah, blah.....”
I lost it! And this is a so called expert in… Continue
Wow, we all love to be rewarded but thanks to Dan and making me think harder and try more I found good for all. I have been a custom home designer since 1990, needless to say it has been slower the last year. Now I help others handsomely for their blessing me.
I pay $500 to those who refer a customer. This makes marketing flow into areas that wouldn't be…
While some people may pray for God to step in and make steady the shifting foundation of their lives; what they may not realize is that He could very well be the one moving the ground beneath them. -jb
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I realize that we all share differences in our beliefs and opinions. Most of these differences, whether or not the level at which control is either abused or shared, stem from the numerous ideas of how one should live, behave, or believe.
However, I also realize that we all possess an enormous amount of potential, and…
There's a custody battle going on all across this land. But no one seems to be asking the question- Who gets the kids? Let me rephrase my query- Where should a child spend the lion's share of his day- at home? Or in a government facility?
This battle's been going on for some time. I picked up a 1936 Better Homes and Gardens magazine in an antique store the other day. One of the articles was on deciding if nursery school was the right thing to… Continue
We hear a lot these days about poor customer service. Poor customer service can kill a perfectly good business. It is a fact a restaurant or retail store where the service is poor guarantees I will very likely never go back. It is also a fact that negative aspects of our society is mostly what we hear about. So I wanted to shout out a really positive place to shop to balance out all the negatives…
While doing some casual reading this week I came across an article talking about the upcoming hockey season. I know it is a little early to be talking hockey with baseball season still in full swing and football right around the corner. I couldn’t help but relate to the following quote I found later from columnist Doug Larson:
"Ice hockey is a form of disorderly conduct in which the score is kept."…
If you're washing silverware by hand, place a colander into the soapy water...Slide the soapy, cleaned silverware into the colander...Now rinse all the silverware at the same time by running the colander under cold water...Saves water, too!
I have found with my own personal experience, and working with clients, there are two areas that are tough when someone wants to accomplish a goal. The enemy throws fiery darts at you in the beginning of your journey and steps up his attack once you see the goal
line at the end of the journey.
Red zone is a term used in football when the offensive team gets to the opposing teams twenty yard line. This is usually the toughest part of the field to score. The field becomes…