Added by Chris Darden on June 25, 2016 at 1:35pm — No Comments
Earlier this week, I spent most of one day, waiting. I was flying back from out of town and of course had to wait in the security lines, wait for the plane, wait on the plane for clearance for take-off and then wait in the air for a cleared runway to land, wait to get baggage, wait for…Continue
Added by Kathy on June 24, 2016 at 11:37am — No Comments
Chris Guillebeau, world famous traveler, best selling author, and guy I've met (yeah, I'm totally name-dropping here) posted recently about creating countdown clocks to foster a sense of urgency and awareness for a goal.
I really liked the idea. You can read his blog HERE. It also has a cool story about Chris's dad.
Oh, I'm not just name-dropping. Here's a picture of me and Chris together.…Continue
Progress in an advanced Yoga Asana - Vrischikasana. Narayani shows you how to advance in your scorpion - by using a pillow. This strengthens your core, increases balance and inner poise. More Infos on Scorpion.
Narayani is giving…Continue
If you read this blog regularly, losing weight is most likely a major goal. I always clarify that by explaining that there is a difference between just losing weight and losing fat. The real goal is to lose fat, not muscle or simply…Continue
Added by Ann Musico on June 24, 2016 at 6:30am — No Comments
How do you become a great parent? Do some parents just have it, while others don't? Well, one thing is certain: becoming a great parent requires intentionality.
And that's exactly what we discuss…Continue
Added by Justin Gentry on June 24, 2016 at 5:48am — No Comments
We’ve all heard the famous quotes or phrases like:
“Mind over matter”
“If you think you can, you can. If you think you can’t, you’re right” – Henry Ford
“As a man thinks in…Continue
Added by Stephanie OBrien on June 24, 2016 at 4:48am — No Comments
Every idea comes from the invisible realm and there is no ownership there.
The idea is brought into the visible world by someone and only if they want to make a false claim of ownership does the issue of intellectual property come into existence.
At the same time the 'discovery' component of entrepreneurship does benefit those who are alert but that is an ephemeral condition and can only be artificially extended by the presence of the State. Anyone who objects to the mythical…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on June 23, 2016 at 8:28pm — No Comments
"The journey itself is what prepares you to succeed at what you were born to do. And until you decide to pursue your Dream, you are never going to love your life the way you were meant to." -Bruce Wilkinson, The Dream Giver
One of my favorite inspirational books is Bruce Wilkinson's, The Dream Giver. In this book, he tells the story of Ordinary who is a Nobody living in the Land of Familiar. (Is anyone identifying with Ordinary yet?) Well, one day…Continue
Added by John Miller on June 23, 2016 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Six figures and broke. Sounds like a problem that somebody made up. But earning a six figure income and living paycheck to paycheck is a much more common problem than you might imagine.
Excerpted from my blog AMOKArts.com
Okay, I will admit, while I try not to get frustrated, there is one thing that will always put me over the edge. You get an idea, you present it and someone says, "We tried that..." The implication being that, "We did it. It failed. We're never doing that again." I hope people don't approach their whole lives like that.
Now I will admit, there is such a thing as knowing when to quit. Every day…Continue
I have a confession to make. I love the Bible. I know, not much of a confession, and give the fact of what I do for a living, you’re probably not that surprised. I read nearly every day and rarely miss my time with the Word (usually on travel days, when I have to leave early and drive long). That being said, there was a time not too many years ago when my time in the Word was stagnate and my love for…Continue
(Hello everybody. This is my latest post to my weekly column on The Good Men Project. It is a little political but more about who we are, or should be, as people. Hope you enjoy!)
Twice this past week I have come across the word "ikigai". Ikigai is the Japanese word that means "reason for being" - the reason you exist - the reason you get up in the morning.
In Dan Buettner's TED Talk, "How to Live to be 100+" he states that if people have a good understanding of their "ikigai" that they could live seven years longer than someone who does not have a clear…Continue
Additionally, many business owners lack the general knowledge and skill set to actually know their numbers. Financial reports can be confusing and nauseating to some people. Very few business owners know their numbers in and out, but those who do tend to run super successful businesses.…
It’s no secret that stress is a huge issue for pretty much every one of us. Unfortunately, depression has become a serious problem in our country. Statistics reveal that 1 in 20 Americans over the age of 12 struggles with…Continue
I’ve been doing a series this month on work from home opportunities, because so many people seem to be interested in making the transition. You can …Continue
“The battle you are going through is not fueled by the words or actions of others; it is fueled by the mind that gives it importance.” - Shannon L. Alder
Like it or not, we are subject to comparison by our customers on any given day. Everything about our business, good or…Continue
Added by Paul H. Grau, Jr. on June 21, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
A 2016 survey of business leaders confirms something I've thought for several years—improving education through technology is a big priority. Yet many business leaders are skeptical of current trends in online learning. They see models where they must "rent" space to host their courses or they must employ a large team of online learning specialists to self-host their content. They were right…a few years ago,…Continue
Timing and appropriateness of our questions can be as important as the questions themselves. Beginning with the desired outcome in mind, we should ask ourselves if this question would be better discussed one-on-one rather than in a group setting. We…Continue
Added by Mike Cournia on June 21, 2016 at 9:03am — No Comments