The world does does such a good job of convincing us that the grass is greener on the other side. It screams at us that a new job, a new house, a new car, a new spouse, a new LIFE will make us happier. If we can just get there,…Continue
Added by Josh Lawson on July 26, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
Everyone talks about age, but it's not about age. It's about work ethic. Winning never gets old.
And that’s the point. Millennials are our newest generation that we get to work with. They are way more connected than we ever have been. Millennials have…Continue
Added by Rick Seigmund on July 26, 2012 at 8:48am — No Comments
I think it has something to do with the old saying that “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know”. That implies that simply knowing and being around certain people automatically makes you more likely…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on July 26, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments
How you do…Continue
Thank you all for our input. It seems that God's plans are turning out to be faster than mine. Last month's gross was equal to my take-home pay from my primary job. And I'm on track this month to have my gross pay from my business to equal my gross pay from my primary job. This will give me a really big shovel to get rid of my debt. So, now do I stay on track with both income streams to wipe out my debt, or do I take the slow and steady route (less stressful) and take a little more time to…Continue
Added by Wesley Mosher on July 25, 2012 at 11:33pm — No Comments
As some of you people might know I am working on at 501(c)(4) Veterans outreach Organization. In which we house homeless and at risk to be homeless veterans and there families were the veteran has a mental illness such as PTSD and help them reintegrate into society through in house and out house patient groups and working to get them tools such as service animals and any other tools they would need. We will also work closely in helping the spouse and kids understand things like "triggers"…Continue
When I was first in business for myself, I didn’t get this. I’ve found that most people don’t, regardless of what they are doing. You see, I thought that since I was the one in business, I had arrived. I focused on what I knew and what I was good at, which was just doing the work.
You can get by for a time running your ship this way, but all ships need a captain. And…Continue
Added by Rick Seigmund on July 25, 2012 at 10:44am — No Comments
We often look to weekends, evenings and vacation time - the leftovers - to do what we enjoy. What if work was part of the life you enjoy?
by Pete Ferguson
Do you look forward to work each day?
Do you feel like you can engage and give 100% while you are at work and still have energy to continue…Continue
Added by Peter A Ferguson on July 25, 2012 at 8:05am — No Comments
As the Fourth of July approached, I fretted over what to cook. Since my Traeger grill was only 4 days old, I definitely needed to utilize it. The "Smoky Meatball Subs" recipe on the Traeger website lept out at me. It's something delicious, something that wouldn't take a long…Continue
Added by Jeff David on July 25, 2012 at 7:31am — No Comments
I would agree that sometimes it is hard to get started, but once you do get started you have to face the second challenge. The challenge of continually making progress after the initial enthusiasm has worn off.
You have to admit, that we sometimes get excited about that new thing we have started. Whether it is the book we wanted to write, the blog we wanted to write; or there could be a dozen different things that someone like you has finally got started on.
This is one that is hard for me and maybe even for you. I had loads of patience when I was younger, in high school and just a few years after that. It seems like it has just seeped away from me over the years. Not sure if it is age, maturity (or lack thereof) or what. Currently, I feel like I should be able to do things NOW and not have to wait for whatever reason there might be out there for something to be done or happen.
Is it because I am older? I don’t think so. I don’t…Continue
Added by Darren Rayborn on July 24, 2012 at 8:26pm — No Comments
I am giving a free copy of my book, Money Management for Cross-Cultural Workers, and the accompanying audio interviews and spreadsheet template, to the first 25 of the 48Days.net members who are willing to give me…Continue
Did the headline grab your attention? Good, it was meant to, but not in the way you may be thinking. Sure, I could go down the path of "why me?" and all the things we miss out on as individuals and as a family because of having two children/siblings with special needs. There are missed opportunities, missed friendships, strained family relationships, misunderstandings of our motives or reasons by not being able to accept invitations to do things, why we have germ phobia...all part of the…Continue
There has been a lot of people talking about the book, "The $100 Startup" by Chris Guillebeau. I have the book on hold at the library and I have read some of the introduction at Amazon. Several people have written blog posts and recorded podcasts to discuss it and endorse it.
Have you ever been frustrated with someone who isn’t taking your advice? They keep coming to you over and over and asking you what they should do, so you tell them, but they don’t actually end up changing their behavior. At times it can make you want to pull your hair out and scream, “I know what you…Continue
Added by Josh Lawson on July 24, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
We all have that friend, coworker, or family member who will often start off a sentence ...
Through the course of her own growth and development (bumps, bruises, false starts and all), this much she understood: life conditions don’t change by wishing they would or by debating with God that…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on July 24, 2012 at 5:05am — No Comments
Have you ever pushed yourself to the point where you knew there was no more?
You gave it everything you had and then some?Continue
Added by Adam Rico on July 24, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments