December 26, 2018

As we begin to think about the New Year, we want to be intentional about the past, the present, and the future, and how we can work to get better.  We may have had a treacherous year and your emotional bank account is at “zero”, or a fantastic year and your battery are already charged, but just like every new day, comes a New Year and our golden opportunity to make it our best year yet. It comes in at midnight, fresh like a crisp winter morning, very clean and perfe...

December 19, 2018

There are 8,760 hours in a year, and we spend roughly 2,000-3,000 of those at work.  And as we all think about the New Year, new goals, and resolving some of our personal issues, how many of those hours each year are you devoting to self-improvement?

  

Self-improvement is a very simple thing, it is simply the improvement of one’s knowledge, status, or character by one’s own efforts.  There are 168 hours in a week, say we spend 8 hours sleeping a day, that leaves...

December 12, 2018

Every day as we go through our daily routine, we will either have a phenomenal day, an average day, or a rotten day. Life comes to us in pieces and sometimes it falls to pieces - it’s like a toy, with instructions that say ‘some assembly required.’ Our instruction manual doesn’t come in a plastic baggy attached to us as we enter the world. But, there is a written set of instructions over 2000 years old that we can look to.

Giving Him the Wheel

It’s a stormy world out...

December 6, 2018

We often have many things we have done for years in business, at home, or at school.  Some of those things we have done are tradition, and some are just because.  On the family farm, at home, or at work, we have processes and procedures we do daily to accomplish our daily goals and tasks to keep things moving forward.  I always say that we must humbly ask ourselves “why” we are doing any certain process or procedure, and if we can’t answer the “why”, with an answer...

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