For me, a few things come to mind. First, I think about what I can physically see with my eyes.
I also think about how I have viewed my world and the world at large. It has changed so drastically in the last decade of my life that it I was moved to share some of what was on my heart with you. I hope you’re encouraged to reflect as you walk forward (hopefully pursuing your dreams) in life with greater confidence based upon truth and wisdom, not merely eyesight!
Irony Found a Decade Later
I took this picture in 2003 in Sedona, Arizona while on a trip around the western states. I held my glasses up and captured a picture of what I thought it might look like to be an invisible man. That day I took the picture to have fun and try and capture a cool picture. Nearly a decade later, I reflect on that same picture (which is mounted in my kitchen), and see much more.
This year’s annual ski trip out west didn’t disappoint. It also ended up being a truly spiritual sojourn into the beautiful region of Lake Tahoe, CA
I think for many men who get participate in various trips, be they skiing, golf, fishing, camping or something else, many times stay focused on the superficial in life as the conversations flow. Thankfully, I have yet again been blessed to experience the exact opposite of this as I journeyed out to CA with my good friends Steve and Michael.
The snow conditions might not have been ideal, but the trip couldn’t have gone any better by my estimates. God used each of us to speak into our lives.
Do you want insights on how to improve in the areas of hiring, damage control and company culture? If you truly want to improve your business, then open your mind to new ideas.
First, I should remind everyone that the insights I share here are copyright Jason Fried & David Heinmeier, the co-authors of REWORK and the founders of 37 Signals.
The first post dealt with business pitfalls, how to best taking action and how to stay committed to on-going progress within your business. The second post dealt with maximizing productivity, dealing effectively with competitors, evaluating your company and the best practices for promotion.
Did you ever hear of Swampoodle? Even if you haven’t, but you are interested in learning from the beauty of a Philadelphia neighborhood in the 1940’s/50’s…keep reading!
Recently, my brother and I found ourselves in a time warp. It was like walking into a neighborhood from the 1940’s or 1950’s.
On a Sunday afternoon, we walked into the Union Hall of the Elevator Constructors in the outskirts of Northeast Philadelphia. We were there to represent my father, who passed away in 2004. We were there for a Swampoodle reunion.
Want insights on how to improve in the areas productivity, competition, company evolution and promotion? If you truly want to improve your business, then open your mind to new thoughts.
First, I should remind everyone that the insights shared are copyright Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson, the co-authors of REWORK and the founders of 37 Signals.
What a strange title for a post from someone known as a cheerleader for people’s dreams right? My question today is do you have faith strong enough to bury your biggest dream?
There certainly isn’t anything wrong with dreams or dreaming. I am as much of a dreamer as anyone I feel. It is a central voice within my career as a business/life coach, author, speaker and entrepreneur.
Like I said, I am all about people dreaming, believing in them and more importantly taking action on them. To testify to that claim, I’ll mention that I am the author of the new book called: Running Down Your Dreams.