Like all the cool cats are doing, I switched my phone screen to grayscale. Now everything seems stark and moody, devoid of any flash and dazzle. But, in a way, it’s oddly compelling. Not sure I’ll keep it turned on for long, but for now I’m enjoying it. #lifehacks
Ray Kroc taught me this: to keep going no matter what happens is a valuable contributor to success.
Don’t let fear dictate your decisions. Take a flying leap of faith. Laugh at yourself. Chase the lion!
Do you struggle through meetings that seem to last forever? Do you wish you knew just what you were supposed to do after the meeting is over? Are there ways you can make meetings work for you, and not the other way around? Yes! There is hope, and here is what you can do.
Every year I choose three meaningful words to kick it off with a bang, plus I review the past year’s selection. Want to see how I did?
To do? Or…not to do? That is the question.
Often it is not in the events of our lives but in the spaces between them where we encounter the presence of Jesus.
Every year my wife and I select "3 words" to focus on and live by. Here's how I'm doing so far this year.
Be careful who you look up to and what you surround yourself with, for they will influence you whether you realize it or not.
You can't do it all on your own. You need help. Yes, you do.
My quest to learn the mysterious secret of contented living
It's important to write tasks down before you work on them, even if you're about to start on one right away
Inspired by blogger Chris Brogan, my wife and I select three words to live by for each year. Here are mine for 2013.
Celebrating what's right isn't just a feel-good mind trick. It is a spiritual gateway to a blessed life.
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