Mile 38: My “mile” waterbreak recap

I can't believe that I'm on Mile 38!!! I haven't done that bad. I only had one real dip in the beginning of the the 2013 year where I hardly blogged. That's because I took a job where I did business to business sales...and you could guess sales hours. I'll share some of the stories … Continue reading Mile 38: My “mile” waterbreak recap

Mile 38: The major virtue you don’t think about when pursuing success

Why is contentment a major virtue while pursuing success? "Be content." That was it. That was the advice that my mentor gave a guy who wanted to commit suicide by jumping off of a well-known bridge to a well-known city one night two weeks ago. The guy, a business-man, had lost his business and his … Continue reading Mile 38: The major virtue you don’t think about when pursuing success

Mile 38: Faith’s unspoken request

Are you willing to sacrifice your norms, your time, your focus and your effort for a glimpse into your future? When people speak about faith they fail to mention what it will cost to keep it. When God called Abraham to leave his father's house to travel wherever God was leading, Abraham left all that … Continue reading Mile 38: Faith’s unspoken request

Mile 37: Three ideas that will help to begin building a life of achievement

Imagine with me a plant that wants to be fruitful...what would that plant need to have in order to be fruitful? A nutrient filled ground...no??? The very thing that it doesn't even picture. If you have read the Mile 36 (faith) post & the Mile 37 (faith) post you would see that we have been … Continue reading Mile 37: Three ideas that will help to begin building a life of achievement

Mile 37: An idea and question for the merely Christian

I remember hearing a joke at a debate I once watched. It goes like this: A man visits an old farmers garden, and he observes, "The Lord certainly has blessed you with a beautiful garden." The farmer replies, "Yes, but you should have seen it before I got here and God had it all to … Continue reading Mile 37: An idea and question for the merely Christian