Fear of giving up a secure job?
Fear of God being angry if you make a poor choice?
Fear of your family starving to death?
Some fears are legit. Others…are not. How we face these fears is key.
The boxes, files and envelopes were tucked away in the basement. They taunted me from time to time. They told me...."You should take us out....sort us so that your friends and family can enjoy us." Pictures were talking to me. I've taken a lot of pictures over the years, and my children have too. Putting them in an album or scanning them in does take some work, but there is the first step.
Added by Bernice Coles on November 18, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
I am offering professional custom musical branding for your business at a deep discount through 12/31/11. For $150, you will receive multiple fully-produced demo's, as well as a full suite of final versions to fit your individual needs.
Testimonial from fellow 48days.net member who used this exact deal:
This past month, I hired Chris to create a theme song for the Man Cave Radio podcast (mancaveradio.com). He was fantastic to work with,…Continue
Added by Chris Seal on November 17, 2011 at 7:34pm — No Comments
His emotions overtook him as we wrapped up our interview; his tears giving way to reality of his coming full circle. (Jump to the show.)
And what started for him as a cry for direction and guidance, will turn into his finest hour.
Composer and musician Ted Yoder returns to the place where his dreams…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on November 17, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments
I've always been a bit stubborn, but don't tell anybody. I can make up my mind, and that's it...at least with some things. I remember Mrs. Fraidel's fifth grade class. I knew I wanted to be "an author" when I grew up. I'm not quite grown yet. I've always loved to read. I can write fairly well, so what's the hold up? Ah.....the $64,000 question. You know what happened. Life got in the way. I was not encouraged to write.…Continue
Added by Bernice Coles on November 17, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
I have been reading The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achors. It is an incredibly well written and well researched book with a touch of humor wherever is possible. One important thing he points out is that the happiness is not a static state but largely a variable of our attitudes. I have been wondering how do we determine if our work is really not fulfilling or if our attitude needs an adjustment towards positivity?
At what point, one can say that the problem is out there,…Continue
Added by Sudhir Warrier on November 16, 2011 at 8:40pm — No Comments
A friend told me the other day that she just realized everything you read on the internet is not true. That is true.
Not everything you are told is true....no matter how trustworthy the friend, their information could be bad. Have you ever played the game Post Office where you whisper a sentence to someone and they whisper it to another person....by the time it gets to the end it is not close to the original sentence?
Not everything we read in the paper is true.…Continue
Added by Lisa Graham on November 16, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Just a quick blog post this week on a few resources I have found (and used) to get free stuff. From samples, to coupons, from movie rentals to magazine subscriptions, there are ways to get freebies out there. Let me show you what I have found and please feel free to share yours in the comment…Continue
Thank you, dear LORD,
For glimpses of Heaven you give
Those moments we connect
With future eternal bliss to…
Added by Caroline Gavin on November 16, 2011 at 9:15am — No Comments
Someone once told me they thought I was a millionaire. At least that’s the perception that I’ve built for some. Not sure if it’s the look of my site, or a picture of me in a blazer or what, but somehow I’ve created that perception for some.
I’m going to be perfectly honest with you. First I’m not a millionaire…. YET… The real truth is, it has been quite a challenging year for me and my family. In the midst of running a business, we have had challenge after challenge…Continue
After taking an extended break from the life of a schoolteacher, Ray is giving herself the gift of a new beginning. (Jump to the show.)
And, while she knows what she’s been trained to do, and what others have said she struggles with and excels in, she is ready to begin living. Really living.
Added by Joel Boggess on November 16, 2011 at 5:19am — No Comments
I just started reading a book by Sara Davidson entitled LEAP! What will We Do with the Rest of Our Lives? Reflections from the Boomer Generation. My birthday was a month before last and I feel great. I am headed toward work I love, I know it. It's slow, but sure and I've had to LEAP my thinking forward just a bit.
Added by Bernice Coles on November 16, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
I was going to the beach with the family, and I had the idea of creating some images of a bottle with a message in it.
I took some of my old / script paper that I bought back in Virginia, and bought a $3 bottle of wine. I dumped the wine, and found a real cork, etc. My daughter held the light-panel for me to get some light on the subject.
I get a lot of questions from people asking if they should use a blog and/or social media as a part of their business. And I give them a resounding, "YES"!!!
Your website should be like building a fire. The bigger the fire, the more noticeable it is from afar, and the more people will come to it to get the benefits of a nice warm fire.
If you want a fire to be visible from a distance, you should throw on as much wood as possible. But, you start small with…Continue
Putting off the future
This is a weird title but the more I think about it I realize its true. We put off our future in many areas of life. We put things off for many reasons such as waiting for the the conditions in our life to be perfect. We…Continue
Added by Tim West-Go West Coaching on November 15, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
How often have any of us used phrases like "You're the best!" or "You're the smartest in the class!" with our children, and patted ourselves…Continue
Added by Kim Hall on November 15, 2011 at 8:28am — No Comments
I went to WTTB last April. I just went to Kent Julian's Speaker's Boot Camp last month. I've been a busy lady and the pieces are slowly coming together (or maybe I'M the slow one!!). There is a lot to do. I am still headed toward Kent's suggestion of 15-20 hours a week on your "idea" you love. So I'm looking at a 60 hour work week. God......can you give me a few more days in the week please? Ten might do it. I have…Continue
Added by Bernice Coles on November 15, 2011 at 4:00am — No Comments
Sharing a different type of post today...
The following is a video titled "Giving Thanks: Glorifying God with Gratitude."
Added by Caroline Gavin on November 14, 2011 at 3:34pm — No Comments