Monthly Archives: December 2016

Be Like Ben Franklin

Benjamin Franklin met with his “junta” or “mutual improvement club” of 12 members weekly for years (Autobiography of Ben Franklin). Small groups in churches are a key part of those who are growing–the churches and the people. Dr. Napoleon Hill … Continue reading

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Overcome the Assumption of Growth

To improve our results, we typically must improve ourselves so we have capacity to fulfill our callings. –David Continue reading

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When Moral Injury Holds you Back

When people set resolutions at New Years or other times of inspiration or decision, the solutions usually require action though often we overlook the requirement to address our beliefs that either support or sabotage our success. “Moral injury” is one … Continue reading

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Heather disproves a myth about Horses

When I met Heather Patrick, she could not speak, limped with a brace on one leg, had use of only one arm, weighed about 80 pounds, and ate through a tube. She was past 40 years of age. Yet, she … Continue reading

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Plan and Act Differently if you want Different Results

Your written plan for life will help you assess how well you are fulfilling what you stated was important in previous moments of inspiration, such as writing a goal or outlining a resolution. If you are not getting the results … Continue reading

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