Unsolicited feedback is the best kind of feedback for which a writer can ask. My book landed in people’s hands last week, and a few comments landed on the Monument Publishing website. This was the first and only place the book was available for preorder.
I spent the last two days in Oklahoma with the Institute for the Excellence in Writing people. Their approach to writing is very similar to my approach to speech and debate. They’re some of the most focused and caring people I’ve known. I am excited for our growing business relationship.
I’m in Tulsa right now making arrangements for one of our training camps. I’m away from my family, the weather is questionable, and I’d rather be home. But you know what? I love this work, primarily because of the testimonies below.
I’ve been to all three conferences, and I can honestly say: These 3 conference were the best investment in my personal & professional life.
Striving to get smarter, better and faster helps us create our future. The risk is that merely collecting, trading and discussing the tools turns into the point.
Love one another; that’s what we should do. Love love love till it makes you sick, then love more. That’s what will bring joy into the lives of others and will overflow into the world around them. Love has been called “the most excellent way,” and I couldn’t agree more.
Here are three rough-n-tumble living room games that have become Jeub favorites over the years. Try them out in your living room this weekend.
Keynote speakers won’t train my debaters like our awesome coaching staff, but there are very good reasons why I pull them in. These three reasons help make Training Minds Camps awesome.
Guest Blog: Dads Count
I wrote a blog post for The Dads Count Initiative website. I met the founder, Jim Ray, at a conference and I showed him my homemade popcorn video. He loved it, and I wrote up this article. Bottom line: throw away the microwave popcorn and go homemade. It makes a popcorn night into a fun project with the family…
Chris Jeub Shares a Homemade Recipe for his 16 Kiddos
Journalism is sometimes about bringing awareness to something people need to be aware of. Jesse did that. I’m very proud of him for that.