The Single Best Thing You Can Do For Your Health

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During my senior year of college I started feeling sick. It began with a rough-seas hollow in the bottom of my stomach. Nothing I ate tasted right. Then I began to throw up—involuntarily—on a regular basis. Every day for months I felt nauseous until noon. The doctors hemmed and hawed. Tests were done. It might [Read More...]

Porn Star Lipstick

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While I was eating my cereal the other morning I was looking for something to read.  The only thing I could find was a sales brochure that had came in the mail from a local beauty supply store.  Since I was still half asleep I thought I would look through it and see what kinds [Read More...]

Teaching Girls to Weld in the Jungle

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I have brought you glory on earth by finishing the work you gave me to do. John 17:4   Fifteen years ago, when I became a Christian, one of the things I prayed about was what God wanted me to do with my life.  Like most men, I wanted to live a life of significance.  But [Read More...]

Achieving a Success You Never Imagined

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How many times have we hoped for a specific type of success, only to have it elude us? We dream of being an Olympic sprinter, a prize-winning surgeon, or a writer of the great American novel. But try as we might, the specific type of success we long for never comes. Sgt. Joe Toye, one [Read More...]

5 Ways to Tell if a Job is a Good Fit

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In a downed economy, any job might make a good fit. But many times a leader will want to evaluate a job—either the job he’s in, or a job he’s considering—to make sure it’s a good fit. Over the past years I’ve developed a checklist of 5 ways to evaluate a job. For easy recall, [Read More...]

I Was Here

Beyonce has a new music video that’s creating a little bit of buzz in the Tweet and blogosphere. The video begins with white words fading onto a black screen: August 19, 2012 World Humanitarian Day One day, one message, one goal. To inspire people all over the world to do something good, no matter how [Read More...]

Recruiting Ain’t Like It Used to Be

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5 years ago I claimed that recruiting and managing today’s volunteers “ain’t like it used to be.” I’m sure that any volunteer manager would wholeheartedly agree. At that time, my dad and I co-wrote a book, The New Breed, a nice little tool equipping volunteer managers and coaches to recruit, train, manage… and even fire [Read More...]


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