Don’t be afraid of the impossible. You know that the impossible is what we all want deep down, but we need that as our vision regardless. This gives us direction, a place to achieve, or aim for. What matters is how we are approaching that target today; or what’s realistic now. Typically, you’ll find that the further you approach your vision along the way, the more possible it appears to become.
Knowing the impossible, we can make “possibles” happen right…Continue
So my competition is tomorrow and I'm still not doing much about it.
I just spent the past 30 minutes surfing and talking to myself trying to practice on my presentation style.
I believe that our product that my team and I are gonna compete with is completely innovative and fun!
But we're all afraid that our presentation will pull us down and as a result, we won't be able to win the competition.
Anyway, It's Good Friday and I gave Church a miss today.
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Two years ago I attended a 48 Days Roundtable with Dan Miller, Kevin Miller, Chuck Bowen, and Kent Julian. The greatest lesson I learned was that success comes from using your passions, skills and experience to serve others. Up until that point, my solo piano music was about me.
As the weeks progressed I spent a lot of time in prayer asking God for direction on how to do that as a solo piano composer. One morning I got the most unusual, amazing answer.
I was inspired by the …Continue
Life is unpredictable. One moment it can seem as if you are on top of the mountain, winning at life, and in a great place. Then, at the blink of an eye, life throws a curve ball (your car breaks down, you or a loved one gets sick, an unexpected home repair is needed). Question is, will…Continue
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I am excited ! ...
I got a blog staterd at word press.
I am just learning. I was exited because I created something and I also installed the share features.
Just have to continue to learn and grow!
Did you know that your reality has more to do with how you perceive life than most people care to think? We’re on auto-pilot, coasting, drifting, and just moving with life. We’re not deciding anything, but reacting to everything. Why is that?
Perhaps drifting is just so much easier to do. Well, easy doesn’t always get the cake. When we react, we’re holding pre-conceived notions about what our world is like. We’re not dreaming of the future, we’re living and reacting to…Continue
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1.) Listen to the "No More Mondays Podcast". Look for the box on the right hand side of the home page that says, "No More Mondays Show". Then listen to the February 23 show and continue with all the others. This show is hosted by two 48 Days.net advisory team members, Andy Traub and Justin Lukasavige.…Continue
I recently added the Write to the Bank event and it was a blast. As Dan was talking he mentioned "Grandma Moses", and how she didn't start painting until she was 76 years old, and this was also after her husband died. I'd heard of Grandma Moses, but didn't know the story behind her so I looked up some information on her, and from that I want to tell you----it's never too late.
For many of us the transition into work we love is imperative. We MUST make a move. We've been on the…
I believe there are times where being employed has advantages. Not only does does being employed have some benefits, like a regular pay check, but it is possible that being employed is part of your strategy to become self-employed. How is that possible? Depending on the situation, a J-O-B can be a temporary means of putting food on the table until your venture can get off the ground. It can also serve as the primary source of funds for your venture, either by directly funding or by…
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Since my brother, Carl Williams died long before the internet was popular, I can only imagine what he might think today about all this techy stuff. Welcome to 2011 Carl, this…Continue
I had an epiphany this afternoon.
It all started yesterday night; I'd had a brief but lovely text conversation with someone I love and adore, but with whom I very rarely get to speak. I spent much of the aftermath alternately blushing (which is something I very rarely do) grinning like a Cheshire Cat, and missing our email exchanges which used to be a regular occurrence. Life happens and while we haven't lost touch, we don't stay in contact as much as we used to.
I used to…Continue
"Character is that which reveals moral purpose, exposing the class of things a man chooses or avoids."
I often hear people telling me that they didn’t have a choice when something bad happened to them. I often will ask various questions and find out that yes that maybe a true statement at the time, but often there were decisions made prior to the event that were choices made.…Continue
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