Lessons From a 103 Year Old Productivity Technique
Have you ever caught yourself engaging in productivity envy? Some people accomplish so much, yet it seems like no matter how hard you work, your task list keeps expanding and you don’t feel like you’ve made significant progress.Olympic Caliber
This being an Olympic year so many really don’t know the full extent of what goes into making an Olympic athlete. The physical and mental progression from one level to another as well as the financial expenditures to complete the journey from a youthful hopeful up the ranks until they are recognized as an elite caliber athlete is a life long pursuit. For too many the journey ends way to early.Robbed, Wounded and Abandoned to Die (2)
Were you dispossessed? Are you wounded? Betrayed? Are you now abandoned? Are you desperate? Have you given up or about to? Healing is coming your way today! The poor and desperate widow at the gate of Zarephath and her only son were robbed, wounded and also abandoned to die until God sent his servant to rescue them. He is also sending help to you! The story of this hopeless woman is one of the most interesting in the whole bible. She has been sorrowing for the irreparable loss of her husband and possibly the bread winner of the family. She has been struggling to take care of herself and their only child. And now, there is food crisis, hunger caused by the total drought in the land that has left them with a last meal before starving to death. My God! A poor, hungry, desperate, hopeless, depressed widow with a kid waiting to die. Jesus Christ!The Ladder of Success – Goal Setting
“You reap what you sow!” It takes time and patience to achieve any goal. Knowledge maximizes your potential. The hardest part to reaching a goal is making a start and maintaining the effort. The right choices and positive action will ultimately bless you.What Is the Moral Gauge for Leaders?
Socrates and Plato, both taught that knowledge and virtue are: • If one knows what is right, then one will do what is right. • Virtue is a kind of knowledge in that they are deeply ingrained habits that guide one’s action. • The goal of moral life is to cultivate the very best character one can.