I took my friend Tom Clegg through the LifePlan process this past October. It has had (and continues to have) a powerful effect on him. In his words, "It gave me my life back." Tom is a consultant, coach, speaker and writer ("Lost in America" and "Missing in America").
Listen to what he has to say about the process - and let's get yours scheduled!Continue
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We live in a culture where we want immediate results. I enjoy watching tv shows - or movies with drama - the "whodunnits" - the crime shows. It is amazing from the committing of the crime to the arrest and conviction generally takes under an hour - and sometimes as little as 30 minutes. I like that.
When I start a diet, I find myself stepping on the scale the next morning to see what progress I have made - and being disappointed I am not five pounds down or am a…Continue
I have been doing a lot of thinking the past week on success. Basically seeking to come to an understanding of what specifically success is, how it is defined and how it is attained.
Since leaving my pastoral position this past September and going into business/ministry on my own, I have wondered if I am being successful.
If you measure success strictly on a financial basis, so far I have been an utter failure. Needless to say, I have not experienced a…Continue
I have been reading and working through Steve Olsher's book, "What is your what?"
His assertion is that each of us has a "what" - the reason we exist, the reason we were created.
Olsher believes that everyone should come to a deep understanding of who they are and then live that out to the fullest. For one person, that might be through becoming a great teacher. For another a caring and compassionate…Continue
Being a Minnesota Viking fan has carried with it some heartache through the years. This past Sunday was perhaps one of the worst.
The Vikings were competing against the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL Playoffs and with 26 seconds left in the game, Blair Walsh lined up for a 27-yard field goal that would have put the Vikes ahead 12-10 and in all likelihood, would have sent them on to the next round of the playoffs. A miss and their season would come to an end.
I had the privilege of taking Suzi through the LifePlan process a few months ago. Everyone goes through the process for different reasons and everyone gets different "take-aways". But, the constant that EVERYONE gets is a deeper understanding about themselves and clarity in moving forward living out their purpose and whom God made them to be.
You can hear her testimony at my blog!
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"What are my top 5 strengths?"
Assessing your personal strengths has been very popular the past serveral years - mainly due to Dr. Donald Clifton's "StrengthsFinders" and now the book "…Continue
The past couple weeks I have been addressing questions from “Ten Questions that Will Change Your Life” by Sandra Bienkowski.
Today we will look at "what is a recurring problem in my life and how can I solve it?"
What is holding you back from experiencing success in your life - personally, physically, vocationally, financially, relationally, spiritually?
Today I am going to address question 3 of "10 Questions that will change your life".
What do I want my legacy to be?
For some, this is a grim topic. Legacy. For me, I can't think of anything that should shape how we live more than thinking about our legacy.
As mentioned …Continue
On today’s episode, I talk with my new friend Matt McWilliams about overcoming limiting beliefs, and embracing potential to not only change yourself, but become a world-changer. In this in-depth conversation, we look at causes, effects, and behaviors associated with the issue ofchange. So many people struggle with this on some level, and many have no idea how significantly they are being affected…Continue
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It was a typical day in my life. Nothing spectacular was happening. I helped the kids to get ready for school. Worked around the house. Worked on projects to be completed. And, as I was completing these tasks, I prayed because something seemed to be missing. I prayed God would make…Continue
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“A study titled, “Curcumin attenuates neurotoxicity induced by fluoride: An in vivo evidence,” proves that the spice turmeric can prevent and even…Continue
Two game-changer questions that changed everything for her: (Jump to the podcast.)
Where do I want to…
Your liver is your main organ of detoxification. And while your kidneys, lungs and skin are also detox pathways, you only have one liver and you cannot live without it! It’s an amazing organ that can actually regenerate itself. It just makes good sense to do whatever you can to protect it and help it stay as healthy and strong as possible.…Continue
Kimanzi Constable worked as a bread truck driver and hated his job. Now he is an author, speaker, and consultant who has sold 80,000 ebooks and has his first published book, Are You Living or Existing, set to launch May 1, 2013.
I had the opportunity to interview Kimanzi about his new book and how he made his dream a…Continue
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Component 3 ~ Phase 1 of the "My Intentional Life Journey" Program, check it out here!
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One key of my 3D Living Plan is “rest and reboot.” Rebooting is simply disconnecting from the daily grind and routine for a time in order to recharge your batteries. I apply it to spirit, soul and body but…Continue
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