Today is one of those days. It’s not easy to share something raw, but today I need to let it out… It was a number of years ago, back at our home church in North Fort Worth. My wife and I had been spending time with our senior pastor and were grateful for his […]
F . E . A . R It’s one of those aspects of life that always… – TAKES more than it gives – in fact you really don’t want what it gives. – Leaves you with LESS than before. – STEALS, KILLS & DESTROYS anything it touches. – Without regard to race, color, age or
I need to carry WHAT in my pocket? “Yes”…”Friends knock and strangers ring door bells”, was the reply. It was an odd bit of sales training, but I nodded in agreement and slipped the shiny golf ball in my pocket as I stared out the window, took a deep breath and gripped the steering
It’s a question we all should ask ourselves. What’s our WHY? Our WHY for… Certainly what we do in our 9-5. But it’s much deeper than that. It’s ideally a reflection of WHO we are flowing into WHAT we do. And when we really connect with what makes us come alive, it’s a powerful thing!
It’s an astonishing trend, and an eye opening look into the underpinnings of what we call “Work”. According to the Department of Labor, over 4 MILLION people in January this year were in some type of job transition. That’s an impressive number of job seekers in motion, and that is a rolling monthly average! Inc
“Are you building your future or building your business?” A well known health clinic tucked away in a thriving suburb of Las Vegas touts an unusual statistic… For the past 20 years, 90% of their patients are men in the Financial Services industry. Why such a concentration of similar clients? The answer is symptom of
You could tell it was a sticky note that had been moved around his monitor a number of times, now a bit smudged and residing in the bottom right edge of his screen. It read, “Action Cures Fear“… What does that mean exactly? When you are not sure WHAT to do, here are 3 COMMON
When our WHY coincides with our WHAT. It was a concept unfamiliar to me for well into my career. That was until I walked into an office for a routine sales visit and noticed my colleague was in a bit of pain. I found out that day that a 12th floor elevator crashed to the