Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Deception of Knowledge (and why I won’t be blogging for a while)

“To know and not to do is really not to know.” – Stephen R. Covey “Do as I say and not as I do,” is a statement most people cringe at. And most people would say that there is something … Continue reading

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A Convention That Will Not Be Forgotten

This past weekend LIFE Leadership organized an epic leadership convention. I continue to be completely blown away by the quality of teaching, products, and passion exhibited by the greatest team of leaders walking planet earth. Unfortunately, these words that I … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Father’s Day

“I’m sorry I could not understand you. Your actions speak so loudly, your words I did not hear.”  This past Father’s Day was amazing. Really, it wasn’t just Sunday that made it great, but the whole weekend. As I found … Continue reading

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Bee or Wasp, Give or Take?

There is a biblical principle that says to give and it shall be given back to you, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be given back to you. It is also summed up by, you reap what you … Continue reading

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Long-term Thinking: Fighting Plundering with Producing

In chapter thirteen of Orrin Woodward‘s book Resolved: 13 Resolutions for LIFE, Orrin writes about Bastiat’s Law. Summed up, Frederic Bastiat, a French economist, taught the fatal tendency existing in man’s heart is to satisfy his wants with the least … Continue reading

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Thankful For My Community of Friends and Family

There are some things in life that even the most pure-hearted, servant-minded people have to muster up the strength to do for another. One of those things is helping someone move. I don’t know of too many people (none) that … Continue reading

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