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Personal Growth

Your Reach is Greater Than You Realize

We affect more people than we realize. We affect the barista at Starbucks when we buy our coffee, our clients and coworkers, and certainly our dearest loved ones. This is a powerful blessing and a huge responsibility and needs to remain in the forefront…

May 13, 2013

Should You Stalk Your Heros?

I’m currently working on a project where I’m in correspondence with some big-time entrepreneurs. These people are doing incredible things which are positively impacting the world on a huge scale. They are doing the types of things which I am secretly (or not so secretly…

February 25, 2013

Platform Schmatform

This is a guest post by Mike Loomis. Mike helps people launch and grow their dream projects, books, and businesses. He’s a strategic partner to bestselling authors, global ministries, publishers, as well as startups, and aspiring messengers.  Check his website out here and follow him on…

January 21, 2013

Why I Don’t Listen To News Radio

I was taking our car into the mechanic this morning when I turned on the local news radio station on for a few minutes (something I rarely do). In the three minutes I had the radio on, I learned of the following stories: 1.…

May 24, 2012

Who Are You Hanging Out With?

In his book, The Traveler’s Gift, Andy Andrews talks about how we are affected by those we spend our time with. He gives the example of how a parent is concerned about who their son or daughter becomes friends with. The reason for this…

April 18, 2012

How To Make People Like You

We all want to be influential. We all want people to remember us. We all want to make an impact on people’s lives. So how can we do this? Simple remember people’s names. Dale Carnegie in his book, How To Win Friends and Influence People,…

January 29, 2012