I am absolutely thrilled to announce that our schedule has opened up in San Diego at our Training Minds Camp to bring in Michael Hyatt as a keynote address—and we're opening the evening up to the … [Read more...] about Michael Hyatt and His Big Platform
The Purpose of My Web Log (a.k.a. "blog")
Every writer should have a blog. It is nice to have a "log" of my creative ideas and developments as they develop through the years. Be sure to subscribe to my website to be notified by email of my latest blog post.
I just finished making the final edits on Bronze Book, a collection of 14 pieces written by champion interp and platform speakers from across the country. I'm telling ya, this group of kids are … [Read more...] about Enter With Humor
I submitted 1,254 pages of material to my printer in Oklahoma over the weekend. I'll have about as much by the end of the week. This is my yearly routine, my family business, and it all ends up … [Read more...] about Two-thousand Pages, at Least
There are those that nip at your heals. They'll criticize your best intentions, and sometimes they convince others to doubt you. I have a few of these kinds of people in my life. Don't you? I'm … [Read more...] about How to Deal With the Hate
We had over 100 people at our home the other night. A friend gave me a fabulous compliment, "The Jeubs know how to throw a party!" We had plenty of food, a Frisbee game and a dance evening—all to … [Read more...] about The Gift of Partying
Yesterday was a blast. Wendy and I had about 100 people stop by for an open house for Lydia's high school graduation. These were some of our closest friends and family. I'm proud to say there is a lot … [Read more...] about Love Is in the House