Monthly Archives: September 2011

How To Get Fat By Listening to Yourself

Two times over the past five years I’ve taken on the challenge to lose weight. I set a target weight, chose a plan and went after it. Each time I was able to meet my goal and hit my target … Continue reading

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You said what?!! One word to never use in an argument

Ever been in an argument that didn’t end well? The bad thing about an argument is it’s just that, an argument. In the heat of the moment, when we start feeling our groundwater temperature rise, we tend to say things … Continue reading

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How do you respond to mistakes?

Our oldest son Joshua, who is six years old, is starting to become aware of his mistakes. He is conscious now more than ever about his actions and whether or not his actions match up to our and other people’s … Continue reading

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Communicating With Soft Answers

Have you ever been in a situation where the words you chose to use didn’t get the result you were looking for? Ever wish you could take back words you said and get a “do over” in a moment of … Continue reading

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Income Channel vs. Impact Channel

A few weeks ago I was eating lunch with a good friend of mine, Kevin Floyd, and he said something that really resonated with me and lodged itself in my memory. We were talking about normal life stuff when he … Continue reading

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What are we eating?

I ran across this Infographic yesterday and found it very interesting and worth passing on. It isn’t what I usually blog about, but it’s very revealing. Do I really eat 24 lbs of ice cream? You can find additional information at … Continue reading

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The Importance of Saying Thank You

In our organizations, it is inevitable that people will leave at some point. Although I want to make the organization I lead a place where people love to work, there are reasons people choose to go in a different direction. … Continue reading

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