“There are no shortcuts to any place worth going.” ― Beverly Sills
Added by Mark J Cundiff on May 24, 2013 at 10:27pm — No Comments
Today's post is from my blog A Story Writer At Heart (Among Other Things): A Site/Blog About: Stories, Life, Upliftment, Encouragement, Business, Pleasure, Whatever Crosses My Mind. Come Join Me!
Added by Jini Charley on May 24, 2013 at 1:39pm — No Comments
Many people avoid change. They eat the same food, walk the same route and visit the same stores. Some people even sit in the same pews at their church. Fortunately, things are always changing around us whether we realize it or not. Read More
Added by Kathryn Gerken on May 24, 2013 at 12:58pm — No Comments
We are the hero of our own story. ~ Mary McCarthy
by Pete Ferguson
Often we look to others for heroic acts. We want to be delivered from our current misery or predicament through someone else's actions.
Sinner, mistake-maker…check…been there, done that.
Forgiven & saved….DEFINITELY!
When I read that God calls me friend, I am flabbergasted. How? Why?
When I read that He says He wants me to prosper in all things, I am stunned!
But He does.
I may not be everything that I wanted to be at this point in my life. Maybe my vision needs fine-tuned? I dunno….all I know…Continue
Added by Rose Gauss on May 24, 2013 at 7:13am — No Comments
At age 80, Yuichiro Miura has become the oldest person to climb Mt. Everest. He did it in spite of having four heart surgeries since 2007. His record, however, might not last long. An 81-year-old Nepalese man is rumored…Continue
Added by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on May 24, 2013 at 5:30am — No Comments
While most of us learn to rely on our understanding, knowledge and intellect to resolve challenges and to solve problems, we’re often also taught to ignore, sideline or distract ourselves from emotional hints, clues and reminders that are pointing us to a better direction. …Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on May 24, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
There is less virtue in science when it is static and it is never the desire of the champions of science that their contributions be seen as the final contribution to its advancement. Just like it was before their contributions, science had reached a certain plateau where most of their contemporaries dwelt until the explorer began the trek towards a new summit.
In contrast to the empiricism-dominated economic 'science' the Austrian school never accepted the interpretation of…
Added by Bruce Koerber on May 23, 2013 at 7:37pm — No Comments
On a quiet corner in downtown Salt Lake City, there is a place so obvious that you might miss it. This is because you won't realize that it's one of the best burger joints in the city. They do a good job of disguising themselves; maybe not intentionally. It appears to be an antique…Continue
The summer sales have begun. Happy Memorial Day to us! This week you can buy practically anything on sale. But what will the cost be down the road when you end up with a bunch of payments? Read More
The following is my most recent post from my blog MJ Enterprises Bz: Helping People Get What They Want Out Of Life. A Personal Development Blog. A Christian Blog. A Business Blog.
I want to take this opportunity to…Continue
Yesterday I was interviewed by Caroline Gavin on Purposeful Pathway Radio and during the interview she asked me if there were two or three things I would recommend for more victory in our lives. I said:
1. Pray faith-filled…Continue
Feeling unique is no indication of uniqueness. | Doug Coupland
Uniqueness is a characteristic many people and organizations claim, yet few exhibit. We see it all the time. Companies release products they claim are new and improved. However, the only thing new is the redesigned label. Organizational leaders discuss tired, ineffective strategies year…Continue
Leadership expert Mark Sanborn, recently wrote about a startling statistic - CEOs spend 67% of their time in meetings.
I'm no math…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on May 23, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
It’s what I tell my two-year-old all the time.
Be nice to your sister. Be nice to mommy and daddy. Be nice to the people you meet at the playground.
And it’s good advice.
When does that advice interfere with our ability to be true to who we are?
We say yes to things we don’t want to do because we don’t want to offend the person who asked.
We politely bite our tongue when someone hurts our feelings because we…Continue
Have you ever said, "Someday I'm going to...?" Do you remember what was at the end of that statement? Maybe you dreamed about starting your own business, writing a book,…Continue
Added by Terry Hadaway on May 22, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
Ask any florist the secret to raising up beautiful, healthy flowers, and they will tell you that you must plant with an expectant heart; giving sunlight to awaken that which slumbers inside, the right mixture of nutrients to build upon its…Continue