As a thinker I often find myself, well, sitting and thinking. And while sitting back and analyzing has its benefits I am realizing it pales in comparison to actual experiences. I can sit and ponder the meaning of life day in … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Many times when I’m talking with someone about their business dreams and goals, they mention the desire to become location independent. This is becoming more and more common as technology improves and employers, employees, and entrepreneurs are all realizing it is both beneficial and … Continue reading
Michael and I sometimes get so excited about our lives and the direction we are now going we can hardly contain ourselves. We have brainstorming sessions were we talk about many, many ideas we want to implement. We start … Continue reading
Recently, I wrote about why I don’t listen to news radio. Similarly, I don’t check the weather. The reasons are a little different but the philosophy is similar. Just the other week, it was confirmed to me that this is … Continue reading
Today our thoughts and prayers are with the families who lost someone who was defending the freedom we experience today. Let’s honor those who gave this ultimate sacrifice by taking advantage of this freedom and choosing for ourselves the direction we want … Continue reading
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“I never worry about action, but only inaction.” -Winston Churchill Question: What’s one way you’re taking action this holiday weekend?
Looking from the outside in, some would say that 6 months after having your first child isn’t the ideal time to start a business. I used to agree. Now however, I would pose a question in return, “Or could it actually … Continue reading
I was taking our car into the mechanic this morning when I turned on the local news radio station on for a few minutes (something I rarely do). In the three minutes I had the radio on, I learned of … Continue reading
This is the second post in the “Are You Born With It” series. This morning I was listening to Dan Miller on his 48days podcast and he posed a question that immediately caught my attention. “What happens to a dream when … Continue reading