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Do You Ever Wish Your Religious Center Thanked You More For Your Time, Talent and Treasure?

Last week in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, home of Acadia University and this Loonies & Toonies store (dollar store).

Look! The religious volunteers, they’re breathing! Ever feel as long as you fog the mirror, you’ve got the job?

Do you ever wish the good folks at your Religious Center paid more attention to you and thanked you more often for your gifts of time, talent and treasure?

Sometimes I feel like no one notices.

And then. And then I worry (panic) that our Pastors feel the same way.

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Dear Readers

Thank you for your messages. The past few weeks have been amazingly creative and inspirational. With accelerated learning. This means I will not go on hiatus in April, but instead opt for a different solution to get the 1st book done. Stay tuned.

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How Do You Keep Moving?

Managing A Busy Life

The closer you get to God, the more the devil wants a piece of you. How do you balance all the demands on your time and energy, and pocket book?

How do you keep the first ministry at home? When it comes to personal leadership, there will always be hard choices to make.

Always! Practice being decisive….not being is the devil talking…

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I Must Confess

Two weeks of vacation….a majority of it spent on Mid Life Celebration, LLC, preparing to make 2011 the best year ever!

There simply isn’t time available when managing my career responsibilities at a Fortune 100 Company. Vacation affords precious time to steadily build this Internet entrepreneurial business.

Yes, the first ministry starts at home, with Family. And it is never easy, I must confess.

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The Biggest Mistake

Minnesota 2009
Minnesota 2009

If we ignore the fact we’re shelving our dreams – to live a great life – full of Peace and Contentment, then we can avoid the hard work necessary in any important endeavor.

The biggest mistake we make is pretending the clock isn’t ticking.

You know this.

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