Added by Jeff David on March 28, 2012 at 9:24am — No Comments
Cowardice and courage are obvious before and during battle. In 1991, I witnessed another 1st Lieutenant back out of mission that I later volunteered for as a result of his cowardice.
In another part of the battlefield, I had a friend dismount from his tank and walk his platoon through a minefield while under enemy fire. That act of courage earned him a Silver Star. Those examples of cowardice and courage are easy to identify.
But, cowardice and courage in the…Continue
Added by Dave Anderson on March 28, 2012 at 7:54am — No Comments
The last five years have changed me.
Before 2007 I cannot say I spent much time worrying about the basics. Food, mortgage, car payments and utilities came [relatively] easy. I will spare the gory details. Let us just say that what took me three years to build took the following three years to lose.
In the fall of 2010 I blew the dust off my nursing license, and took…Continue
“Milk makes healthy bones” – we’ve heard this for decades, especially in western culture. Is it really true? I hope you have an open mind when you hear this episode. (Jump to Podcast)…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on March 28, 2012 at 4:35am — No Comments
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Is the glass half empty or half full? Last night on Oprah's Life Class she did a Twitter Poll, asking people if they were happy. They were instructed to tweet back YES or NO. Seventy something percent of the response was NO. What is wrong with us?
What about you, are you happy? Would…Continue
Added by Connie M Williams on March 27, 2012 at 7:44pm — No Comments
How many times have you either heard someone say this, or perhaps even said this yourself, “I’ve only lost 1 pound!” You have been dieting for weeks, working out consistently, and doing everything within your power to lose weight, but in your eyes you aren’t seeing the results. Let’s say, you have ONLY lost 1 pound.
Take a look at this picture. That is what a pound of fat looks like. All the work you have been doing got that pile of goo out of your body. The truth may be that you have…Continue
My family and I like go to Lake Hartwell sometimes during the summer with some friends of ours who happen to have a lake house and a pontoon boat sitting on a dock. We always have a great time, swimming, boating, tubing, jumping off the docks, and just being crazy. I feel like a kid again, when I’m in these types of environments; especially where there is water!
So it was the summer of 2011,…Continue
I actually do understand that there are practical application to the statement that are very insightful, just thought I would add some creative thinking…Continue
There are several different ways success is measured in our society. We have those who see a certain financial status as success. Others who have obtain a particular status level in their career. While others, who have accomplished a particular goal or milestone.
All these levels of success are good levels of measure but reality sets in. You have reached your particular level, now what? Are you eternally happy? Have you reached the top? Do we have to strive for another level in…Continue
My wife and I were having lunch with one of the church leaders. This particular pastor is in charge of women’s ministry groups and programs. (Share your thoughts here)
As we were enjoying a light lunch and…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on March 27, 2012 at 4:52am — No Comments
Start A Cash Mob Now
What the heck is a Cash Mob? Well, here's the skinny on Cash Mob or Cash Mobs. They are very simply shopping events organized mostly online to support local businesses. Here is how it works. Everyone involved agrees to spend at least $20.00 shopping at a local merchant. A business is chosen then you set a date and time for the Cash Mob. It's really that simple.
This short …Continue
Added by U. G. Scurry on March 26, 2012 at 8:35pm — No Comments
I started my first team from scratch and it took us over two years to hit our stride. My second team had a mix of experienced and novice members on it. We took about a year to begin to fire on all cylindars. The next team was pieced together from other teams. The individuals were all tenured and successful but most had not worked together before. We hit our stride quickly.
The way a leader launches into leadership with a new team can often determine that team’s trajectory…Continue
Added by Dave Anderson on March 26, 2012 at 9:34am — No Comments
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As one of Dave Ramsey’s key leaders over the past 11 years, Chris served as the Vice President of Live Events. He oversaw The Total Money Makeover LIVE!, a concert-like show on personal finances, helped it grow in attendance from 1,600 to 11,000 per event. His team of event coordinators, marketers, and sales staff more than tripled during that time.(Jump to the…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on March 26, 2012 at 5:30am — No Comments
It has been two weeks since my Pretzel baby went to heaven. He was my wonderful miniature dachshund, and he was 15 ½ years old when he died. My life has changed. I constantly expect to see him come around the corner or smile up at me (and YES, he knew how to smile!) when I opened the door. I am constantly thinking, “I need to get home and let Pretzel outside to potty.” Then I realize that is no longer the case, and a feeling of sadness hits. I am adjusting, though. I asked a friend,…Continue
Added by Carol Howell on March 25, 2012 at 5:37pm — No Comments
Michael, my husband, suggested I write about how nice it is to see spring enter our lives. Doesn’t that sound like a great idea? It would be a great idea if I had a clue what else to add to that sentence. Yes, the Japanese Maple tree in our front yard has put on red leaves, and it is really quite attractive. The hydrangeas are starting to produce leaves, and I am hoping they will actually produce flowers, for a change! Other than that, I’m really not much of a weather person. I like…Continue
Added by Carol Howell on March 25, 2012 at 5:30pm — No Comments
"If it were not for my little jokes, I could not bear the burdens of this office."
- Abraham Lincoln…Continue
Added by Chris Colville on March 25, 2012 at 2:59pm — No Comments