I’ve obviously been distracted lately. I haven’t posted in nearly a month and I have no excuse. I’ve simply allowed distractions to get the best of me and the result is that I’ve cheated myself from pursuing my goals and accomplishing my priorities. No self loathing, however. Today is a new day and I move forward.
Rather than allowing disappointment to be yet another distraction, I read this amazing article from Carey Nieuwhof this morning, 7 Stupid Distractions Every Leader Should Eliminate. Go ahead and give it a read…unless of course you want to live in distraction instead of living on purpose.
If you know me, you know that I am very much into physical fitness. A few years ago when I looked into the mirror I saw an unhappy, unfit, unhealthy and tired person looking back. Continue reading “Why Leaders Should Pursue Physical Fitness”
Now that you realize how important it is to create goals, establish a plan of attack and then follow through until you’ve reached your desired destination, let me offer five tips to help you stay on course. Continue reading “Five Tips for Achieving Your Goals”
If you were planning a vacation from Houston Texas to Maui Hawaii, there would be many details to be considered before stepping out the door to your home. Continue reading “Coaching Toward Achievement”
A couple of years ago ago my youngest son wanted to add some pet fish to our family. Being the super dad that I am, we went down to the local pet store. Continue reading “Primed For Growth”
My wife and I have been in ministry since January 1995 from Florida to New England, Misourri and now Texas. Most of our ministry has been focused on Continue reading “Roger & Chrissy Nelmes”