Category Archives for The Blessed Life

How To Know Your Purpose

Have you ever wondered how to know your purpose in life?  Who am I, why am I here, what is my purpose, what are my talents, who am I suppose to reach and what’s been holding me back?  These are all questions that even the wealthiest of leaders still contemplate. “Efforts and courage are not […]

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MISSION POSSIBLE IS OFF THE SHELF

        MISSION POSSIBLE IS OFF THE SHELF FOR GOOD! Before Zig Ziglar passed away, I had the opportunity to spend 12 years of my life sharing many stages together.  I learned so much from his mannerisms, character and the simple way he loved others through his passion to inspire marketplace leaders.  When […]

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IF YOU…HE WILL

  IF YOU….HE WILL Today, as I continue finishing the final details on my Mission Possible Book & Online Study, I am humbled to realize that God is always pushing me to get out of my comfort zone and asking me to CREATE.  It would be so easy to say, “I’ve done enough.”  Or even […]

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MINE MINE MINE

Remember the movie “Finding Nemo” the seagulls chirped loudly saying, “MINE, MINE, MINE”. Recently I witnessed a similar event when my 15 year old daughter walked into the kitchen wearing her brother’s t-shirt.  He looked at her and said, “Hey, take that off….that’s MINE!”  Sound familiar? But it seems to be a trait that sticks […]

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STRATEGIC DISRUPTION

STRATEGIC DISRUPTION is my thought of the day as I contemplate the need for change in our society, churches, homes and government. Have you ever felt so vexed in your spirit by something that you know is wrong and yet there seems to be nothing you can do about it?  Perhaps its a wrong you […]

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You’re Gonna Miss This

As leaders, it’s easy to get distracted on the many things that make us BUSY, while forgetting the things that matter most.  To live a life of peace and true fulfillment, it is paramount that we take time to stop and “smell the roses” in life.  Despite the demands of leadership and the pull of […]

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