Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2011’

  • Finishing Strong!

    September 11th of this year, I was on a United flight headed to Davenport, IA.  As we were boarding, they found a small mechanical problem on the plane.  They stopped us short of door, so we were all waiting on the jet bridge between the …

    Read More →
  • Haircut & The Walking Dead

    Got my hair cut on Monday. I go to a really nice lady named Rhonda who does a great job every time. I don’t know about you, but I find the barber’s seat to be one of the most relaxing places on earth. I don’t …

    Read More →
  • Telephone Poles, Birds, & Eternity

    Have you ever thought about just how long eternity is really going to be?
    Years ago, on a Friday morning, a very dear friend of mine named Doug Moran told me something that I’ve never forgotten.  We were standing in our church’s parking lot.  It was …

    Read More →
  • The Idiocy of Extremes!

    Today I was working with a lady who has been a coaching client for about five months.  We are currently working on three things—her career, her spiritual life, and her physical fitness.
    Over the months, she’s made huge strides in all three areas.  She’ll be the …

    Read More →
  • An “Angel” in Redmond?

    On August 1, 2009, Sandy and I were moving from Mountain View, CA. to Portland, OR.  We had packed the day before—both cars filled to the brim.  I honestly thought if we put a cotton ball in either one, the doors were going to blow …

    Read More →
  • Reticular Activating System

    We tend to go through life unconsciously!  We really do…
    When you really think about it, we don’t make that many decisions during our days.  We tend to just do things automatically.
    This week, I’ll sleep in five beds.  I’ll be in four cities which means four …

    Read More →
  • Don’t Hire Ducks!

    I was doing a management conference this week in Charlotte, N.C. and remembered a bit of advice that I’d been given close to 25 years ago.
    “If you want to work with eagles, don’t hire ducks.”
    I remember laughing when I first heard it, but look back …

    Read More →
  • A “Heavenly” Perspective

    I get a lot of comments from people who read my blog about how I weave God into many of my stories.  It seems that the majority of people enjoy it and that it helps them see God in different parts of their everyday lives …

    Read More →
Page 1 of 212»