Transform: Being Over Doing & the Power of Deciding Your Day Ahead of Time with Stephanie Calahan

Stephanie Calahan is one of the amazing entrepreneurs who made my books Entrepreneur Mind Hacks, parts 1 & 2 possible by contributing super amazing content.One of the chief things that Stephanie discusses is “Misplaced Actions in Your Business”. Stephanie has noticed that a lot of entrepreneurs are “busy being busy”. But, being busy does not equal being productive, nor does it necessarily move you toward your goals. To contradict this, Stephanie encourages people to take what she calls “i … [Read more...]

Parent Like You Mean It: How To Discuss Riots, Terrorism, BLM, Trump and Other Scary Things

They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but I beg to differ.  Candace Flynn-Fletcher said it best when she told her mom, "...that's why books have covers - to judge them." (That's for all you Phineas and Ferb fans).Anyway, there's a children's Bible story book that I have loved since the second I read the cover.  It's Bill Ross' Hey, That's Not What the Bible Says!  It's a collection of ten well-known Bible stories that Ross turns on their collective ears, prompting children to exclaim … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 166: The Worst of the Worst of the Worst

[display_podcast]The Apostle John turned out to be quite the lyricist. One could almost sing some of his melodious verses. In fact, many of us have.As you will hear in this PODCAST, John wasn’t a scholar, not by any stretch of imagination. Quite unlike the Apostle Paul, for example.John engaged in virtually no complex doctrinal discussions involving the nuances of theology, the kinds of stuff in which Paul reveled.John’s Greek is so simplistic that 1 John is invariably the first b … [Read more...]

Transform: Kenneth Manesse, Sr.’s Entrepreneur Mind Hacks

This week, I “hang out” with Kenneth Manesse, Sr. – one of the contributors of my book Entrepreneur Mind Hacks.At the young age of 18, and without any real skills to boast of, Kenneth jumped into the “entrepreneur pool” of business. Through a lot of trial and error, he discovered that many of the things he was doing was taking him far too long to do. His thought process was, “If I could only learn more and do more, then I could earn more and have more.”But, instead, the harder he worked a … [Read more...]

WWUTT: God Doesn’t Make Anyone Believe?

In John 15:16, Jesus said, “You didn’t choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit…” Now, some have argued that this doesn’t apply to everyone, only the Disciples. God appoints His messengers, but He does not appoint people to believe in that message. So, when Paul said, “But when He who bad set me apart before I was born, and who called me by His grace, was pleased to reveal His Son to me in order that I might preach…” (Galatians 1: 15-16) Or when God said … [Read more...]

A Christian Approach to the 2016 Presidential Election

As a child, I remember hearing so many adults warn me to never speak of money, politics or religion in public circles, out of respect of others’ opinions.But, I’m afraid times have changed.Today, our nation is overflowing with individuals drowning in debt, with no light at the end of the tunnel. Maybe, if there were more healthy discussions about money, this crisis could have been at least tampered, if not averted.Politically, polls repeat time after time that millions of Americans fe … [Read more...]


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