Transitioning

Only a few months ago I was in the thick of the routine.  I had found a way to carve out interest in the mundane and apparently that was my ticket to change.  Often I felt like Joseph, sitting in that jail cell, weighed down by circumstances.  Now it feels like the chief butler has… Continue reading Transitioning

Insights on Self Reliance

The other day while checking out at the grocery store the cashier checked my i.d and noticed my b day. He said “Ah, so an Aries. That means you are strong-willed and independent”. And while I’m not an advocate for horoscopes I could not deny the accuracy of that information. “Yes, well, that’s what my… Continue reading Insights on Self Reliance

It’s Our Time!: Key Lessons from “The Goonies”

One of the benefits of being an early 80’s baby is that I carry the fond memories of my 5-year-old self playing Nintendo with our next door neighbors, repeatedly watching MJ’s “Thriller” video (I actually used to think it was a movie b/c it was so long) and enjoying movies such as “Adventures in Baby-sitting”,… Continue reading It’s Our Time!: Key Lessons from “The Goonies”

Kingdom Business

This week I attended my first business convention and I will never be the same.  And even though it was my first, I have a strong inkling that this convention was unlike any other.  Speaker after speaker shared about their success and how the Lord had led them to this opportunity to obtain financial freedom… Continue reading Kingdom Business

Leadership At Its Finest

Webster’s definition of leadership is: the office or position of a leader, having the capacity to lead. The definition of lead is: to guide on a way especially by going in advance. To direct on a course or in a direction. I once convinced a group of seventh graders in science class that the best… Continue reading Leadership At Its Finest