In her own words – “I’m a high-school and college drop-out who had a daughter at 19, got fired from her job, divorced at 25, and moved home with her mama.” (Jump to podcast.)…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on October 17, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
Yes, I am still here. I've just been busy working on a few fun and exciting projects that are intended to enrich lives. As matter of fact, I've started a company called Impactful Living, Inc. as a result of it all.
Curious about the projects? Here is what is…Continue
Ok, so I know I'm not very active here. Quite honestly I am very busy living, and growing my business, but I felt like this was too exciting to not share.
The last 3 1/2 years has seen me spending increasing amounts of time teaching music to kindergarten and first grade students at Lakeview Elementary in Lakeside, CA. It started out so humbly and innocently as an offer to help a pre-K class with music. Our twins were enrolled there for this semester long class they called "Early…Continue
Anyone that spend much time with me these days is well aware of my disappointment in our schools. This brilliant video sums it up very well from a student’s perspective. It also sums up my biggest challenge a parent.
I want kids to be freed from the box for which our outdated school system has built. How will…Continue
Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them. ~ Marvin J. Ashton
by Pete Ferguson
As a young manager at…Continue
Some days I get to work in the morning, and I can not concentrate for the life of me. I'm an elementary school teacher, so focus is pretty important if I want to keep my sanity.
But, the thing is that I don't want to continue being an elementary school teacher. I've tossed some ideas around in the past about how to maneuver out of the classroom, and into a "specials" teacher job, such as a library media specialist, or a technology integration specialist. But, really, I don't want…Continue
Added by Dorian Tsukioka on December 3, 2012 at 10:43pm — No Comments
I want the kind of passion I see in my husband when he is doing something new in programming. He is excited. He wants to "work". I am still looking for my passion. I am interested in doing a little bit of this and trying a little bit of that but I don't know what I am really passionate about. What can I do well enough that I wouldn't consider work?
I used to think that I needed to get an education and the jobs will be there. Needless to say my education did not bring jobs to me on a…Continue
Hello all, hope that business is going well (or will be going well).
I wanted to just post an introductory entry about me and my endeavor and some of the questions that I have - feel free to respond as you want to, praise and criticism are equally accepted.
I'm starting a business called Graduate With Success which is based a lot on the model that Dan Miller has going except I'd like my greatest effort to be as a speaker. I've got several products (a book, a manual and a…Continue
Last week I wrote about the lessons I have learned while guiding my middle school students through a fun and challenging design project. http://tinyurl.com/9g88xxs
New post today at andylammers.wordpress.com about teaching science! http://wp.me/2wAgG
Added by Andy Lammers on August 12, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments
This is Kingdom Business University's (KBU) ambitious plan to stimulate the creation of 1 million jobs through faith-based, purpose-centered entrepreneurship…Continue
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One of the beliefs that was stunting his career growth is that he thought his opportunities were limited based on what he went to school for. (Jump to podcast)
Matt from Georgia joins us on today’s show and talks about the…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on January 12, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments
We all want to find our Sweet spot.
That place where our strengths and our satisfaction come together to paint a place where work doesn't seem like work and we can feel our contribution in a significant way.
No matter who you are it begins with your strengths.
What are the things you do really well?
What does your DISC wired strengths report say about your strengths?
Added by Deb Ingino on October 26, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Great day ahead of me at a coaching seminar intensive with my speaking coach Kent Julian and the rest of our mastermind crew. This is exciting stuff as we’re gathered in one room to put help support each other and bring each of our visions to life.
Just a couple weeks ago, I was at Dan Miller’s Write to the Bank event in Tennessee. That was another positive and fulfilling step towards the development…Continue
Added by Rob Clinton on April 29, 2011 at 4:38am — No Comments
Source of Blog: http://www.180coach.com/can-i-give-one-rock-for-two-castles/
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In life when we pursue goals, sometimes life doesn't agree. Obstacles and poor choices cause us to stop pursuing our dreams. Obviously, there are many factors in not pursing a dream. Sometimes we need an encouraging word or a resource to help us get over the hump. Ingetting to where we want to…Continue
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