I put in about 18 hours of exhausting, profitless work yesterday. I had so much fun that I hesitate to call it “work.” There’s a life principle here that you may find intriguing.
Can I share with you the letter I sent out last night to students? Whatever path you’re on, I hope you dream big. I’ll be encouraging our kids to do that throughout the day of competition.
If you are a leader, you’ll find this comparison something to chuckle over. You most likely have found yourself in a similar situation. Question: Which is more demanding?
I don’t want my debaters to just win, I want them to be champions. The ones who end up on top are in this for bigger reasons than winning. Funny how that happens.
It seems like everyone under the sun wants to give to young people. But if we’re honest with ourselves, most of us don’t do much at all. We may believe in education and the youth and all that, but we don’t actually do anything.
Are you interested in remodeling your home to provide for a workspace? If you are self-employed or exploring a moonlighting venture, a personal workspace may be exactly what you need. I pulled together my month worth of receipts and put them in a spreadsheet. I hope this helps as you make your plans for your workspace.
When I find myself in the middle of a conflict, the gossipers always lose. I hold firm and try to respond the best I can. I’m telling you, this is a winning proposition.
I have never been fond of the romantic image of Lincoln (or any historical giant). I am much more interested in the honest and human struggles of great men of faith.
I woke up this morning with an idea: Scroll through last year’s pictures and highlight what I’m thankful for. I chose my favorite 20 pictures and posted them here. But you know what? I’m humbled at the tremendous blessings in my life. Why am I not thankful everyday of the year? I’m serious. Are you […]
Next week is a big deal. It’s a big day. And we’re part of a big dream.