The higher you are, the further you can see. I am reminded of this every time I go trail running. (Mostly because I tend to be clumsy.) During a long ultra marathon, you find yourself twisting and turning through the trails to make it to your destination. Sometimes stumbling. Falling over rocks and sticks. You …
Suicide is a bad decision. So is drinking and driving or not wearing a seatbelt. But that doesn’t stop people from making those decisions. In the United States alone more than a 120 people take their lives each day. A heartbreaking, bad decision. Every 51 seconds, someone dies as a result of a drunk driver. …
Gratitude is a decision. It’s an option that you can choose at any time. Regardless of what’s going on around you practicing gratitude is an option.
AWESOMEPALOOZA was indeed awesome. I can’t wait to get back to work planning the next one. As I explained it to my friends on Linkedin, it’s the most epic “small batch un-conference on the planet”.
Our lives are full of choices. The number is endless. They come it all shapes and sizes, varieties and difficulty.
She was 4 years old and wanted to climb the slide on the school playground. She was jealous of the other kids her own age having so much fun on the slide.
Nobody wants boring service. Nobody listens to the boring ideas. No one wants to be around boring people.
Bethany Michaels, the Content Social Media Queen, dispels the myth “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Sometimes entrepreneurialism is crying in a closet and constantly grinding from day to day.
Dan and Broc have a conversation with Chris Rondeau, Area Director for Man in the Mirror Ministries. As a believer, Chris talks about the value in sacrificing for others and how serving people is better than being self-serving. Chris’s relationship with God has taught him to pay it forward.
There isn’t anything you do that exceeds the limits of your beliefs.
Your belief is strengthened by how badly things go wrong while you still have a vision for what could be better.
What you believe doesn’t feel awkward to you or wrong. It’s what you believe.
At a very basic level, if you don’t believe something is possible you won’t even try. Your beliefs shape your perspectives and your behavior.
I get asked the same question in almost every interview. Whether it’s a business show on TV or radio or podcast interview talking about high performance or breakthrough strategy.
Gardell Martin was being raised in a rural Pennsylvania town. He had fields to run in and creeks to play in. He had a mom who got to stay home and take care of the kids.
Joan Murray was 47 years old. She had a successful marriage, raised two beautiful twin girls and had finally started to enjoy life. She had a career at the bank that she loved even though sometimes it took too much of her time.
You wish you had some momentum. You get discouraged. Things seem to be falling apart. They aren’t working out the way you had planned.
Huang Guofu was playing outside with his friends when he was four. It was rural China. 1975. He grabbed onto a wire that was dangling nearby — and had the shock of his life.
Although he came from a family with significant money, George Steinbrenner’s strict German father, Henry, refused to just hand everything to George on a silver platter.
Doing the right thing isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s not always easy to know what “doing the right the right thing” actually is.