Category: Top Picks
Building a fastpitch organization is challenging. We’re taking three years of mistakes and lessons learned and using them as the foundation for a new beginning.
I love movies. I have a list of my favorites. In Episode 2 we take a look at the close seconds. This list is still epic and has several heavy hitters.
I’m a bit of a movie junkie. I have always loved movies. Movies, instead of reading, were my way of escaping reality. This is Episode One of my Top 10 Movies.
Have you ever shopped at Publix or Kroger? The customer service they provide is night and day. One crushes it and we can learn from them.
The Enneagram has been a hot topic around my house. Should it have a place in the Christian life or is it a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
For 2020, I put together a list of books I would like to have finished by the end of the year. If you have any suggestions, send them my way.
Anger is arguably my greatest weakness. My anger progresses quickly to a level that is likely shortening my lifespan. I need to be better.
The words are easy to follow and the tempo is upbeat with a good twist at the end that will tug at your heartstrings. It gets me in the feels every time.
There is a hole in your life. You might think I’m crazy, but I know it’s there. We crave anything we can find to fill it. We attempt to fill this hole with money, success, people, games, lust, alcohol, drugs, education, science, anything, everything.
Stories bind us. Stories captivate us. Stories move us. Stories relate us to each other. This is only the beginning of my story. Two true stories from my life where I was saved. One from the spiritual world, one from the physical world, both connected
I believe for an athlete to be the best they can be both on and off the field, attitude and effort are mutually inclusive. Give 100 percent.
Have you ever sold a car because it was dirty? Crazy thought, I know. Does He give you up on you because your life is messy? Some might think so.
I am always learning and trying to do better. Here are three vital principles I have learned and have greatly contributed to my development as a leader.
I have set out with a personal goal of reading a book a month for the year of 2017. This is an exercise in discipline and personal development.
I have been bent, broken, and uprooted. Have you?
This particular song really grabbed my attention and the lyrics really speak for themselves. Because I am human, I am a failure to someone. That someone could be my wife, kids, boss, parent, friend, or most of all myself. But even in the midst of my failure, there is one who will never fail and that is […]