This past week I had the opportunity to see Billy Joel in concert for yet another time. A lover of both his music and lyrics, I may have easily seen him perform 6 or more times in my life. He drew a sell out crowd, sounded just as good or perhaps even better than I rememember and as I watched him woo a crowd that spanned generations with grandparents clapping alongside their grandchildren, it was hard to…Continue
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Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who sees the person following their call?
I see some grey and more crows feet. I see someone still giving it a shot on the…Continue
Good evening everyone,
I thought I would just post some thoughts about what I seem to be coming back to. It has also involved soul searching, conversations and more "coincidences" (which I do not believe in). Something I have found out more so over the past couple of years and much more clearly lately is I am not a multi-tasker. I can handle a few things within a particular event, but not lots of events with lots of things. I have even read an article or two saying that…Continue
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Have you ever given up on trying to find your passion?
Once, I almost gave up on …Continue
I read this blog post by Tim Ferris about some fantastic ideas that took off and are grossing 300K+ a month, some much higher… These are start-ups, some who have never done this before that saw a need, got really excited about it, and just went after it.
When you look at success stories like these, it’s easy to get our minds thinking negative self doubting thoughts about what’s…Continue
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Purposeful Pathway Radio is a haven for heart-centered entrepreneurs. It is a pathway on which to embrace God’s message of peace,…Continue
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In seventh grade I was chosen to be something called a peer counselor. I had no idea what this was at the time.
All I knew was that I liked being able to get out of school to go to a nice hotel with free pastries for a day of peer counselor training.
It turned out the training helped us learn some skills to counsel other kids who were dealing with problems they didn’t…Continue
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I love roller coasters, I truly do! I used to draw them when I was little. I would make my own designs of what the most awesome roller coaster would look…
Almost rhetorically asking, “How many of you have ever…
One of the best decisions I made early on in my blogging career was to join the forums at 48Days.net. I discovered the forum by purchasing Dan Miller's best-selling book, "48 Days to The Work You Love". The book guided me to visit to Dan's featured site- 48days.com and it was there I learned of the opportunities to connect with other people at 48days.net.…Continue
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Many have asked about my poetry…Continue
Adventure is my top value and it’s something I live for each day along with a whimsy-like imagination. Those values allow me to live deeply and with vision.
It’s a moment by moment decision to choose adventure over comfort. And I recently learned a lot about this affirmation of me from co-author Jared…
Have you ever observed other leaders who always seem to achieve their goals and you wonder to yourself why this is not happening for you?
Have you observed other leaders who always seem to be experiencing nothing but frustration and set backs no matter how hard they…Continue
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