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Keep Pedaling: So Much Better Together Application

Building off my experience on the bike ride, I would like to give you three things to consider when it comes to “doing life” with someone else.First, find someone who will help you look past yourself and push you to consider more for your life. Many times a person can find themselves in such a rut that they need a gentle push or maybe even a kick in the pants to get off dead center. It is so easy to become complacent and think there couldn’t be anything better than what I have right now. The…See More
Dec 18, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: So Much Better Together

The bike ride from Portland, OR to Seattle, WA was a breath taking experience I will never forget. The sights and sounds, the people I met and the exercise I received for traveling those 222 miles in three days was pure excitement in my life.The one thing I realized over the course of the nine months of planning, training, and preparing for this ride is I am sure glad I did it all with my wife. As I look back at the whole experience, I am reminded of a few of things.First, I most likely would…See More
Dec 14, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: Tall Trees Application

As I am writing this, we are experiencing our first significant snow fall of the winter. The first things that came to my mind today knowing it was going to snow was, is my snow blower ready? Is my shovel near the door? Do I have all the winter gear I need to tackle the snow? I forgot to take a moment and watch the light snow fall against the Christmas lights we have on our house.There are three areas of my life I am realizing I need to thank God each and every day for their beauty. How are you…See More
Dec 11, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: Boy These Trees are Tall

As I mentioned in one of my early posts, Susan and I did all of our training for our bike ride in Central Nebraska. Now you have to understand, thirty-nine of my forty years of life have been lived in the “Good Life” of Nebraska. My only long term journey outside of this wonderful state was a year in Ohio while I worked on my graduate degree, for one year. I love where we live. The people are friendly, my family is close, and Husker football is the only show in the state.When it comes to…See More
Dec 8, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: Time for a Nap Application

How are you doing with rest in your life? Over the past 40 years of my life I had not learned what it really meant to slow down and rest. I have never really known the words “slow down”. Ever since I was a little boy, my life was a race and in many ways, I was not winning. Though I enjoyed watching T.V., I normally found myself outside riding my bike or playing basketball or hanging out in the fort we had in our backyard.While in high school I was involved with various music groups, athletic…See More
Dec 4, 2009
David Kimball replied to Tim Snyder's discussion Free Job Seeker Boot Camp
"This is great, Tim. Thanks for letting us know. Do you have an outline of what you did? David"
Nov 30, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a discussion

Free Job Seeker Boot Camp

Hey All -I just wanted to share with you some excitement that is taking place in the Omaha, NE metro. In starting my Career Coaching business just three months ago, I decided to launch a series of free Boot Camps using various information from the 48 Days material and other insightful resources to reach out to the community as well as get my name out into the public.Last week was my first Boot Camp and though I had about 10 people not show up for whatever reason, I still had 18 people attend…See More
Nov 30, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: Time for a Nap

When looking to take a bike tour, there were a number of factors that came into play in regards to which one to try. Some of the criteria we had when selecting a tour were; length of the tour, size of the group, location of the ride, who we would be riding with and last but not least, what were the conditions of our over night stays going to be like? The last one was not as big of a deal for me when we were selecting our trip, but it was for my wife.The idea of riding over 200 miles and…See More
Nov 29, 2009
Justin Lukasavige commented on Tim Snyder's blog post Keep Pedaling: Flat Tire Application
"Great post Tim and a great reminder."
Nov 27, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: Flat Tire Application

As you consider where you are at in life right now, are you done? Are you hanging on by a thread? Are you frustrated and tired with the setbacks of life? Have you been so busy fixing the flat tires of your career, you have no desire to try and fix them any more?I just turned 40 this past weekend and for some, the thought of turning 40 can be a paralyzing thought. I have had time over the past few months leading up to this birthday to prepare myself and to do a self evaluation to see how I am…See More
Nov 27, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: Come on'...Not Another Flat Tire!

Have you ever been put into a situation where you felt very inadequate? One of the things I face in my life is I am “mechanically challenged”. I have never been good with my hands. I find myself getting frustrated over the littlest things when it comes to simple repairs. I have no patience and quite honestly, I have no desire to do them. That is just not how I am wired.This was a struggle for me as I prepared to ride my bike 222 miles across the Pacific Northwest. I didn’t have the luxury of…See More
Nov 23, 2009
Tim Snyder posted a blog post

Keep Pedaling: How Strong is Your SAG? Application

Have you looked at your life lately and recognized who fills the gap for you as your SAG team as you make your journey? I think one of the greatest things about the Bible is the stories of people God put together for this very purpose: to be a support along their journey. Here are just a few:• Noah couldn’t have built the ark to save his family without his sons playing a vital role in the construction.• Moses had his brother Aaron to speak before Pharaoh because Moses had faltering lips.• Saul…See More
Nov 20, 2009
Tim Snyder commented on Tim Snyder's blog post Keep Pedaling: How Strong is Your SAG?
"Thanks Jay for your comment. I always post an life application to each one on Friday for people to use in their life as well."
Nov 18, 2009

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Jay Lode commented on Tim Snyder's blog post Keep Pedaling: How Strong is Your SAG?
"Great approach to blog posts. I'm going to refer your 48 Days site to a friend of mine who loves to ride. Hopefully he will be encouraged to step out on his venture as well. J"
Nov 18, 2009

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How did you hear about 48Days.NET, and what do you hope to get out of being a part of this community?
I have read Dan's books and am attending the Facilitator training in September.
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
Self-employed
And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
My goal and dream is to help people discover their game plan for their life.
What would you say are your strongest talents? How are you 'wired' and what can you offer to the world (it's OK if you don't know yet, but knowing is key to pursuing your dreams!)?
I love people and use my strengths of empathy, arranger, belief, developer and responsibility to help people achieve what they were made to achieve in life.
Do you have a website presence anywhere?
http://www.timsnydercoaching.com
If you have a product or service to promote (now or in the near future) this is your shot to state it! Say all you'd like:
I work with people as a Life and Career Coach to help discover their life's game plan.

Tim Snyder's Blog

Keep Pedaling: So Much Better Together Application

Posted on December 18, 2009 at 6:00am 0 Comments

Building off my experience on the bike ride, I would like to give you three things to consider when it comes to “doing life” with someone else.



First, find someone who will help you look past yourself and push you to consider more for your life. Many times a person can find themselves in such a rut that they need a gentle push or maybe even a kick in the pants to get off dead center. It is so easy to become complacent and think there couldn’t be anything better than what I have right… Continue

Keep Pedaling: So Much Better Together

Posted on December 14, 2009 at 6:12pm 0 Comments

The bike ride from Portland, OR to Seattle, WA was a breath taking experience I will never forget. The sights and sounds, the people I met and the exercise I received for traveling those 222 miles in three days was pure excitement in my life.



The one thing I realized over the course of the nine months of planning, training, and preparing for this ride is I am sure glad I did it all with my wife. As I look back at the whole experience, I am reminded of a few of… Continue

Keep Pedaling: Tall Trees Application

Posted on December 11, 2009 at 4:00am 0 Comments

As I am writing this, we are experiencing our first significant snow fall of the winter. The first things that came to my mind today knowing it was going to snow was, is my snow blower ready? Is my shovel near the door? Do I have all the winter gear I need to tackle the snow? I forgot to take a moment and watch the light snow fall against the Christmas lights we have on our house.



There are three areas of my life I am realizing I need to thank God each and every day for their beauty.… Continue

Keep Pedaling: Boy These Trees are Tall

Posted on December 8, 2009 at 4:15am 0 Comments

As I mentioned in one of my early posts, Susan and I did all of our training for our bike ride in Central Nebraska. Now you have to understand, thirty-nine of my forty years of life have been lived in the “Good Life” of Nebraska. My only long term journey outside of this wonderful state was a year in Ohio while I worked on my graduate degree, for one year. I love where we live. The people are friendly, my family is close, and Husker football is the only show in the state.



When it… Continue

Keep Pedaling: Time for a Nap Application

Posted on December 4, 2009 at 5:44am 0 Comments

How are you doing with rest in your life? Over the past 40 years of my life I had not learned what it really meant to slow down and rest. I have never really known the words “slow down”. Ever since I was a little boy, my life was a race and in many ways, I was not winning. Though I enjoyed watching T.V., I normally found myself outside riding my bike or playing basketball or hanging out in the fort we had in our backyard.



While in high school I was involved with various music groups,… Continue

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At 7:36pm on September 15, 2009, Justin Lukasavige said…
Tim, it was great to see you in Nashville at the 48 Days Facilitator Certification. We had some lively discussions and I’m excited to see everyone get their classes up and running. If I can do anything to help (even if it’s to answer a question), let me know.

During the coaching I mentioned I have 101 free or low-cost ideas to help you market. Please fee free to download and use (no more than 2 or 3 initially) as you like.

Also, if you're trying to grow a business as a coach and want to see the model I've used successfully over the years, feel free to download the Six Figure Coaching Model I just put together.

Again, if I can help in any way, let me know.

All my best,
Justin
At 11:46pm on September 8, 2009, Joseph Flahiff said…
Hi Tim,

It's been a while since you joined 48days. How are you doing? Are you making the kind of progress toward your Self Employment goal that you would like to see? Making the transition can be complex and challenging. If there is any way I can help out please just let me know. I would be honored lend a hand.

You might also consider joining "Baby Steps To Business" here on 48days.net for support and encouragement along the way.

Successful Wishes
Joseph Flahiff
www.startup-your-startup.com

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At 4:56pm on August 6, 2009,
Group Leader
Kent Julian
said…
Tim,

I see that you are new to the 48days.net community. A warm welcome to you!

You'll find this is a great place filled with great people sharing a lot of great ideas.

Let me know if I can serve you as you learn your way around the site. I've been here for a while, so I know some of the ins-and-outs.

Wishing you REAL success...

Live it forward,
Kent Julian
www.liveitforward.com
Free Special Report: Goal-Setting that Actually Works ($47 Value!)
At 10:03pm on July 29, 2009, Joseph Flahiff said…
Hi Tim
Welcome to 48days.net. I want to welcome you to the neighborhood.

I want to extend an invitation to you to join the group I host called "Plan Your Startup | Startup Your Plan" where we are discussing planning for starting a business, as well as actually putting those plans into action!

You can view the video called "Calculate your Freedom Date" where we show you the key financial factors to consider as you make the transition to self-employment.

Let me know if you have any questions about 48days

Peace
Joseph Flahiff
Startup Coach
At 9:18am on July 27, 2009,
Group Leader
Rob Clinton
said…
Hey there Tim!

Just wanted to drop in and welcome you to this great community! As you’ll come to find, this is a place of inspiration, encouragement and tons of knowledge. I hope you find that and more as you pursue your endeavors.

Well here’s to success and many blessings. I know you'll find lots of help and advice here, and if there’s ever anything I can do for you let me know.

Blessings,

Rob Clinton

www.180coach.com
This is your guide for re-entering the workplace!
At 9:09am on July 27, 2009, Justin Lukasavige said…
Tim, WELCOME to 48Days.net! I’m excited you’ve become a member.

I'm glad to see you'll be at Facilitator training. What a great time it will be and you'll be able to reach so many people!

You might consider joining the Leap group. There are some great discussions going on that will likely be very profitable for you.

Again, glad to have you here at 48Days.net.

May you always work with passion,

Justin Lukasavige
101 Free and Low-cost Ideas to Grow Your Business
At 8:10am on July 24, 2009, Dan Miller said…
Tim -- Welcome to 48Days.net. And thanks for already being a reader of my books.

You’ll find this to be a warm, encouraging and innovative group here. If you’re looking for an idea – just stick around. This group is full of great ideas and strategies to make them come to life.

I'm delighted you're coming to the facilitator training in September. I'll look forward to meeting you in person then.

We’re glad you joined us! -- Dan Miller – 48 Days
At 8:46pm on July 22, 2009,
Group Leader
Joel Boggess
said…
Hi Tim,

Welcome to the community. You'll find this to be a pretty good place to make new friends and exchange ideas.
There are plenty of ways to get involved depending on what your interests are.

Stop by and join us in the winner's circle. Our podcasts are easy to get to on the page.
Our primary goal is to help our friends find calling and purpose in their work, and in their lives.
 
 
 

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