Income Percentage for this Six Months: 0%
Time spent listening/reading to positive, encouraging, uplifting, instructional material: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Added by Tim Sherfy on August 29, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments
108 million Americans are on a diet at any given time, 85% of whom are women, and the weight loss industry in our country generates 85 billion dollars per year. Yet we are among the fattest, most unhealthy people in the…Continue
Added by Ann Musico on August 29, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments
Bridge the gulf of fear standing between you and your dream!
For many couple facing marriage conflicts is like walking on egg shells. Deep down inside, there is a desire to have a healthy marriage. However, most couples look the other way instead of getting acquainted with their marriage problems.…Continue
If anyone looks back over my blog, my posts, etc. I look like I'm all over the map in 'what I want to be when I grow up.'
I'm passionate about memory keeping and paper crafting. I love to make things (that makes me an artist) and I really want to teach people on how to record their memories without the pressure of 'scrapbooking'. Women hear that word - scrapbooking - and they immediately think of these fancy, beautiful pages that conjures up the thought, "I can't possibly do that -…Continue
Added by Jan Foselli on August 29, 2014 at 3:35am — No Comments
As most members of this community know, Dan put out a challenge in his August 15th podcast. He proposed if someone would read/listen to “positive, encouraging, uplifting, instructional material” for thirty minutes each day for six months, that their income would double. He even offered to buy lunch for those who would actually do that. I know several people have written in saying they were taking him up on this. I too was intrigued, and decided to go for it and prove Dan…Continue
Added by Jevonnah Ellison on August 28, 2014 at 6:52am — No Comments
So many things were going through his mind as he was transported in the back of the ambulance. “Is this it? Is this the end? There is so many things I still need to do. I still have so much to say to my family. I regret so many things. Please, I just need a little more time.”
In the many years I spent working on an…Continue
Added by Bruce Koerber on August 27, 2014 at 8:37pm — No Comments
A new study shows that a third of Americans have not saved anything for retirement; the results were highly…Continue
Added by Nicholas Gamblin on August 27, 2014 at 7:30pm — No Comments
We're about a month into our official school year here, but as homeschoolers, the learning never truly ends.
One thing we have been teaching our twins is to be aware. Awareness has many benefits, on the one hand, awareness can save a person from harm, or prevent you from being the butt of your brother's latest prank. On the other hand, awareness can open an opportunity to something unexpected.
The unexpected happened a few days ago.
I had gone to the local market to…Continue
Added by Gail Nelson on August 27, 2014 at 5:53pm — No Comments
Here in the Salt Lake City area, I have never experienced Peruvian food or given it much thought. Then three weeks ago when I was rushing to get to an appointment, I saw this restaurant in an obscure location. I quickly took note of the name and vowed to return.
And return I did. I also got to write a…Continue
Added by Lee Flint on August 27, 2014 at 12:01pm — No Comments
You see this site is not involved in either. However with the Labor Day holiday so close and my background in and around unions I thought I would share a piece of information that has been set aside and possibly forgotten. This little bit of history helps put work and family into perspective and changed the way I viewed “overtime” forever.…Continue
All too often we consider “symptoms” as annoying or alarming and do our level best to shut them down – as quickly as possible! But what I would like you to consider is that symptoms are your body’s language! The way your Intelligently created body communicates what it needs is through symptoms. The symptom doesn’t always…Continue
The work I am doing now is really something I enjoy. I am a customer business manager for e-commerce. The client that I work for is well-know locally. Their household and family products uplift and better lives around the world. It is a privilege to be associated with them.
My role in business services is such that I enter orders, provide data & information, and research client questions. It suits me well to use email, spreadsheets, and websites for my…Continue
Added by Keith Kemp on August 26, 2014 at 6:36pm — No Comments
On this episode, I wanted to share with you a very special interview we were able to do with 9 very special people While these young adults are not nationally known as some of the guests we have on the show, they are certainly rockstars in MANY people's worlds. I am pleased to have you meet some of the camp counselors at Camp Needlepoint which is a camp dedicated to kids with type 1 diabetes.
Our hope in sharing this episode…Continue
Small can become big. Zero cannot. Lack of initiative cannot.
Invest two moments in this post by Gary Barkalow …
Perhaps the increased understanding we desire about our life and calling can only be found…Continue
Added by Brian Del Turco on August 26, 2014 at 12:21pm — No Comments
I just finished reading a very clever little book called Steal Like an Artist. The author, Austin Kleon, writes about something that every…Continue
Added by Lynne Watts on August 26, 2014 at 11:17am — No Comments
There are many challenges that come with opening a business. And while it’s alright to be concerned with keeping costs low, there are a few things worth…Continue
Added by Jeromy Harwood on August 26, 2014 at 8:39am — No Comments