Achieving Greatness

Back in 2007, I had the pleasure of watching a feat in college sports that may be difficult to ever do again. I’m a big fan of the University of Florida Gators, but regardless of who you like, or even if you’re a sports fan at all, you can appreciate the accomplishments of the Florida sports programs. [Read More…]

The (Unofficial) Tony Gwynn Guide to Being Awesome

Baseball fans everywhere are mourning the loss this week of one of MLB’s greatest players, Tony Gwynn. In his 20 years of playing at the professional level, Gwynn has built an impressive resume that includes 15 selections to the All-Star team, 8 batting titles, and 5 Golden Glove awards. He was selected to the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, and it’s easy to see why when… [Read more…]

[VIDEO] Another Good Job Done by Me

Mediocrity is agruably our worst enemy in any work we do. That’s why it’s important to take pride in our work. Recognizing the value in a job well done moves us beyond mediocrity and into excellence. [Read more…]

John Wooden’s Hands

Don’t just do what you have to do to get by, but work heartily, as Christ’s servants doing what God wants you to do. And work with a smile on your face, always keeping in mind that no matter who happens to be giving the orders, you’re really serving God. (Eph. 6:6-7, The Message) [Read more…]

Five work lessons you can learn from monks

Even rising at 3:30 a.m. each day, how tough can it be to fill your days with prayer and Scripture? But in fact, there’s more to monks’ lives than simply retreating from the modern world to spend time in prayer and Bible study. These guys work very hard. [Read more…]