Why? That’s What We Want To Know.

Why? One of life’s most important questions. We readily ask, but most don’t wait to hear the answer. Why? You tell me. Speculation says it’s because of three simple truths: We are afraid of the answer We are easily distracted Both Why? Not sure. Oh look, shiny. Carpe diem, jeff noel đŸ™‚

Volunteering – Involving Your Family?

Yesterday a fellow public speaker asked an excellent question. By the way, great professional speakers ask great questions. “What about volunteering with your family”? It was not clear in yesterday’s post, so here it is now. All our volunteer efforts start with, “Can we do this as a Family”? Not only is being visible important […]

Volunteering Is A Lifestyle

Didn’t consciously think about this until our son was born in 2000. In studying human nature, I concluded there were several choices: Volunteering for things that take you away from your Family Volunteering for things that do not take you away from your Family Volunteering for a little of both Not volunteering This morning, I’m […]

Invisible

My wife and I share an invisible disability. We spent our entire life savings to overcome it. And while spending, we were never guaranteed success. I asked a friend of mine, just yesterday, “May I talk about our relationship in my blogs”? He said yes. I figured he would. His disability can be seen a […]

Labor Day Weekend 2009

Labor Day Weekend 2009. Most likely our plans revolve around traditional American activities. Get togethers with family or friends. Food. Drink. Music. Fun. Games. Sports. Yard work. Car repairs. Chores. Errands. Rest. Relaxation. Prayer. Since I wasn’t 100% certain what Labor Day stood for, I Googled it. I hope while I’m engaging in the traditional […]