This just in…relationships are hard. Regardless of your age, vocation, or where you call home, it’s extremely likely that most of the challenges you face each and every day revolve around the people with whom you interact. Sadly, this can be especially true of people we hold closest to our…Continue
Added by Andrew Kaczor on March 31, 2017 at 9:14pm — No Comments
Welcome to launch day at Dads That Lead. I am thrilled and honored that we have the opportunity to connect with each other via this platform. This community exists, and always will, to serve you. You are the hero in this tale. You are “The Man in the Arena”…Continue
Added by Andrew Kaczor on March 31, 2017 at 9:09pm — No Comments
Added by Andrew Kaczor on March 31, 2017 at 9:00pm — No Comments
After giving a presentation to a group of business owners last week, I was not surprised to find that some entrepreneurs attending had thriving, prosperous businesses while others were struggling just to make ends meet.
There are a few obvious red flags that separate the successes from the ones struggling and if you are an entrepreneur, it might be helpful to know what those…Continue
Added by Kathy on March 31, 2017 at 11:56am — No Comments
Born is Glens Falls Hospital and grown up in a small upstate town of Queensbury, New York, Jonathan Reid Gealt is a graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Musical Theater Performance. With a dual emphasis in both dance and composition, Jonathan moved to New York City the day after his last class. He is a member of the…Continue
Added by Manav Pietro on March 30, 2017 at 1:22am — No Comments
When someone recommends a book, I want to know if it has a good ending. Knowing it will end well helps me wade through the challenging parts of the story. Would it make a difference if you knew your pain had a purpose? What if you had an abiding assurance that you’re deeply loved and cared for in the midst of your suffering? What if you knew your pain was a necessary prerequisite for great gain? Would it help if you knew your story was going to have an amazing ending?…Continue
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It is a startling fact that in Texas, someone every 20 minutes is injured or killed in a car accident caused due to the driver being under the influence of alcohol. Since it is impossible to predict how your body will respond to alcohol intake, and when you would cross the permissible limits, it is best for drivers to completely abstain from consuming alcohol if they are planning to drive. The applicable laws of Texas are also framed in such a manner so as to offer the maximum discouragement…Continue
Added by Bill Williams on March 29, 2017 at 12:45am — No Comments
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER!
Since my last entry, I have completed the last two paintings in my series of 12 Women's Studies. Finding models, doing in-costume photo shoots of them, and painting the twelve women subjects for nearly three years was the easy part! Now, I am into the deep editing for the manuscript of my book that goes along with the paintings. That's the really hard part! I've re-written this book at least 5-6 times by now, and I never dreamed it…Continue
No LinkedIn Profile? YIKES!
Added by Marcy Travis on March 28, 2017 at 4:30pm — No Comments
I know you've gotten accustomed to a new blog post each week, and I wanted to apologize for not having a new one this week. In lieu of a new post, I'll show you a picture of my excuse for being so busy today.
Sherlock Watson Powers was born last week. Even though he's our fifth child, each one takes a little getting used to. What I'm finding more difficult than I expected is staying up all night as a 42-year-old.
Next week...the first week of each month I…Continue
Added by Sukadev Bretz on March 28, 2017 at 5:16am — No Comments
When was the last time your doctor asked you about the food you eat, the exercise you get, the stress you’re under at home or on the job?
When was the last time your doctor advised you to change some aspect of your life in order to prevent sickness or improve the way you feel? When was the last time a doctor told you that the way you choose to live probably will determine the way you are going to die?…Continue
Added by Cherry Austin on March 28, 2017 at 4:20am — No Comments
“This opportunity appeared just when lots of other things were coming together for me. I just felt…Continue
Added by Lynne Watts on March 27, 2017 at 12:12pm — No Comments
The Little Things is another moment of brilliance from Andy Andrews. This man may be my favorite writer and this book does not disappoint. Most books in this genre tell us to look at the big picture. Andrews focuses on small things that make a big difference. Small choice that yield amazing results. His chapter on offense and tolerance alone was worth the price of the book. Working through true stories from his personal experiences as well…Continue
I just started reading Andy Andrews latest book, The Little Things and I was wondering if anyone would like to join me as we read it together and share thoughts back and forth. I am of the belief that he is one of the great thinkers of out time and this book is no exception. I'd love to share this journey with a couple people. Any takers?
Added by David Weiss on March 21, 2017 at 12:29pm — No Comments
Have you ever sat down to a meal and said, ” I’m so hungry I could eat a _____?” When you are that hungry, you often will eat whatever is available. If you are eating in a restaurant, you may order more than typical because you just want some food. Sometimes you will choose something that may not be exceptionally appealing but will satisfy the hunger you are experiencing.
When I am coaching clients, I often discover many are very hungry for whatever they can grab onto to help them…Continue
When a university student asked Billy Graham what had been the biggest surprise in his life, he answered, “My biggest surprise in life is its brevity.”
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James would agree. He wrote to those bragging about their big plans for the future, “Why, you do not even know what will happen tomorrow. What is your life? You are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes”…Continue