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A Touch of Creativity – Sketching is Fun!

One thing about me is that I have something of a creative streak. It’s not necessarily always there or always active (is it for anyone?) but every so often I just feel the “urge” to get creative. When this happens, sometimes I’ll break out one of my sketchbooks (I probably should consolidate to using one […]

Review of Mark Driscoll’s Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe

Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe by Mark Driscoll My rating: 5 of 5 stars Sadly, most Christians rarely, if ever, put a second’s thought into the doctrines of Christianity. Many may even find the title (Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe) to be offensive or controversial. Many, if not most, self-professing Christians may not even know […]

Review of Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace Revisited

Financial Peace Revisited by Dave Ramsey My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is an absolutely fabulous book for anyone who wants to transform their financial situation from a nightmare into an absolute dream! My wife and I are currently going through Financial Peace University and this book is almost exactly the same information. It […]

Leading From Within

So here I was, planning to do a blog post on keeping your taxes straight with your direct sales business. Pretty important stuff. But for some reason I got sidetracked with this other thought… Are you doing all that you need to do as a leader in your own house? It’s a common enough story, […]

Take 15 minutes at the end of your work day to perform a “brain dump.” 15 minutes to create a to-do list for tomorrow’s activity. This will set you up for success tomorrow and make you more efficient in the long run.

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