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I’m really enjoying running with my wife. We never really worked out together much, but Cheryl and I just started doing some trail running and we are loving it! We get to spend a lot of time together, and get to stay healthy together. All around it has so many positive affects in all of our life areas; starting…Continue
Are the limits we place on ourselves our actual limit? Or is it something we place on ourselves to hold us back from what we are truly capable?
Look at the mirror. You are what stands between what you are now and your potential. Not the economy. Not the president. You can reach goals with the gifts, talents, and personality you already have when you push pass your perceived limits.
In the first week of police academy I was challenged to do a simple task. To run... without…Continue
Added by Elmer Querubin on April 26, 2012 at 9:09pm — No Comments
My last post…about three weeks ago or so, I mentioned the idea that one thing we need to do to Live A Legacy is to correct our mistakes.
Do you ever wish that our lives, actions, and tongues had an “auto-correct” feature, just like our Word or our smart phone text messaging? What a great idea! Everything in our lives would be corrected automatically before we said something hurtful, did something stupid, or just did not fully think out beforehand!
It just don’t work that…Continue
Added by Wayne Cook on April 26, 2012 at 8:34pm — No Comments
First, a big thank you to Izmael Arkin for posting a comment that made me really think this out again. Good follow-up questions!!!
In order to become “Bulletproof” at a task, I hedge my “cost ≤ benefit bet”. I do this by knowing and actively managing my “self”. To explore that, we will have to swim in the deep end of the thought pool…swim this lap with me and we shall learn as we go.
My first significant…Continue
Added by Seth Haigh on April 26, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Well, it has been quite some time since I have been on here. I wanted to go over a few things since my stroke that has helped me decide what I need to do for my future. I have had a couple of ideas that seem to want to be in the lead, but haven't been able to choose the right one. I think that has changed finally.
Let me bring something to the forefront that helped me in my decision, I had a stroke in February this year. I am doing quite well overall and rehab is going better…Continue
Added by Caroline Gavin on April 26, 2012 at 12:50pm — No Comments
Leadership. It is my belief that we have a real lack of good leadership during…Continue
It is amazing how God works in our lives! I started a small business back in December in pet care services, now it is May and things are slow to say the least. One day I decided I had a lot to share with people that are hurting and have been hurt. I wanted to share the power of overcoming the pain by sharing God’s love for us, understanding faith. Faith is so difficult when the pain is so big. I did not think that I could write really because of my Dyslexia, but when…Continue
Un dilema que siempre aparece, desde el comienzo de nuestras vida. En una sociedad que nos ensenna que en la vida hay que tomar decisiones difíciles, la gran mayoría de esas “decisiones” esta entre hacer lo que quiero y lo que es correcto.
Obviamente, sin entrar en el área de la moral y la ética, hay cosas que puede que uno quiera hacer, pero que definitivamente no son correctas. Sin emabrgo, existen algunas decisiones que no trasgreden la ley, la ética, ni la moral, pero son…Continue
Added by Cesar Escobar on April 26, 2012 at 8:59am — No Comments
Mother’s Day in the United States was started in 1908 by Anna Jarvis, and it was made a national holiday by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914 (Wikipedia). Mother’s Day is the second Sunday in May (i.e. May 13, 2012).
Some of you may delight in honoring your mother, but for many this is not the case.…Continue
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I drop my son Nicholas off at school in the mornings and in doing so I have to go through a car pool line. At the stop where he gets off there are a line of teachers waiting to escort the kids out of the cars and into the buildings.
I noticed at the beginning of this year, one particular lady was very intentional…Continue
Added by Rob Clinton on April 26, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
I’ve recently started a new business and as part of my model I would like to donate 10% of all sales to a charitable organization associated with the subject of my photography. Has anyone else ever done this? Any tips on how to locate a legitimate and honest organization, get the donations set up, intervals as when donations should be done, and any tax implications or additional record keeping that may need to be done? I’d appreciate any input and ideas! Thanks!
I feel a strong and consistent calling to get men outdoors. There is a huge outdoor deficit among men today. They are afraid or intimidated or just don’t get how important it is.
I also see a huge father hunger among men for their own fathers, and doubts about fathering their own children.
My Christian faith has never been stronger, but I am so frustrated with organized churches. Jesus went to the wilderness, or went up a mountain or off by himself to reconnect with his…Continue
Hay una gran dificultad a la hora de expresar nuestras habilidades en la hoja de vía. No sabemos que poner, primero, porque no sabemos como decirlas; segundo, si la definición que le doy a la habilidad es apropiada o no. Después de esto solo queda rezar que la persona que esta leyendo la hoja de vida entienda la fortaleza y la relacione a lo que esta buscando
Por otro lado, y aun más importante, necesita que las habilidades que describa le permitan aparecer en las búsquedas que hacen…Continue
Added by Cesar Escobar on April 25, 2012 at 1:20pm — No Comments
Life presents a variety of daily challenges and we often rely on past information to address those issues. Though we’d like to think we are lifelong learners, we inadvertently press the pause button on our educational progress. If we stop to think about it, we all have daily opportunities to learn something new. So, how can you learn something new today? It’s easy!
Added by Terry Hadaway on April 25, 2012 at 10:23am — No Comments
Pretty much everyone has heard the term “bulletproof”. If you haven’t, email me and I’ll set you straight. That said, I’m not sure if you have heard the expression in the context of leadership risk.
I’ve been lucky enough to have three mentors in the same organization explain it to me over my 25 year career therein. Each time the term came up I was told I was the luckiest man on earth right now because I was the new guy and therefore I was “bulletproof”. …Continue
That is the late Sir Edmund Hillary in the picture, on his ascent of Mt. Everest. I love the imagery in…Continue
Added by Rick Seigmund on April 25, 2012 at 9:46am — No Comments
Here is a review I did of a new grocery store in downtown Salt Lake. The place is fabulous: www.hometownslop.blogspot.com
Added by Jeff David on April 25, 2012 at 8:07am — No Comments
Thank you Dan for making me the …Continue
Added by Connie M Williams on April 25, 2012 at 7:15am — No Comments
I am one of those guys who does not always get to control the TV remote in my house. Because of this dynamic, my desire to watch Deadliest Catch or SportsCenter is put on hold so my wife can watch one of her cooking shows.
One thing I often hear on these shows is to always start with the best ingredients: really good vanilla, fresh vegetables or premium meats. I see this as an essential for …Continue
Added by Dave Anderson on April 25, 2012 at 5:27am — No Comments