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* FAVORITES, Breakthroughs, Business, Finances, Freedom »

[21 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]

At the end of each year, it is wise to set aside time to reflect on the past year and plan for the upcoming year. This will help you have more clarity, focus, and commitment to be more effective in the upcoming year. According to T. Alan Armstrong, “Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months, and years they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character.”

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* FAVORITES, Business, Finances, Freedom »

[17 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]

I love this time of year, don’t you? It’s filled with family, friends and celebration. It’s also a time of reflection and planning so we can step into 2015 refreshed and ready for a miraculous year. How about you? Do you have a year-end-ritual for reflection and planning? If yes, get on it right away. If not, I’ve got something you are going to love.

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* FAVORITES, Business, Finances, Sunday Inspirations »

[12 Oct 2014 | No Comment | ]

Yesterday evening I received an email from Dr. John Maxwell titled “Your Word Today is ASK” ith a link to a value-packed short video. That title grabbed my attention because I know as a leadership coach the importance of asking good questions. After watching Dr. Maxwell’s short video, I was inspired to order the Kindle version of his latest book “Good Leaders Ask Great Questions.” Before going to bed, I began reading and highlighting the book. That is outstanding. Here are some excerpts that stood out for me:

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Business, Finances, Sunday Inspirations »

[16 Jun 2013 | No Comment | ]

I want you to stop and think of what you are doing, where you’re going, is it working. What am I doing? What works and what doesn’t? We are living in crazy times today. Uncertainty is the new norm. Things are starting to change and they are starting to change faster than ever before. We thought things were going to slow down. They aren’t slowing down, they are speeding up. What we have to do is learn is to calm down. We have to look at our life and our world a lot more objectively than we have in the past. We have to quit competing with one another and start cooperating with one another.

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Business, Family, Sunday Inspirations »

[18 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

Yesterday I found a voice message and two encouraging emails from Tom Richter, a connector who I hadn’t spoken to for about a year. It’s interesting that about an hour before seeing Tom’s email, I prayed to God to let me know the title for today’s Sunday Inspiration. When I clicked on one of Tom’s links, the answer became clear. The secret of great relationships is The 100/0 Principle. Watch this 2 minute video.

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Business, Family, Finances »

[30 Sep 2012 | One Comment | ]

In early August, Dr. Bruce Cook and I launched the Apostolic Alignment (AA) tribe for Kingdom Leaders. Each of the weekly MMM meetings (webinars) we have had so far has been profound and our tribe members are experiencing extraordinary breakthroughs. On Sept 22, Russel Stauffer wrote “There is such a shift in thought patterns, correction in self talk, revelations of what I am to do, more clarity, smarter decisions… like Wisdom is right beside/in me giving directions; it’s delightfully astounding and I know it is a direct result of the MMM AA and the prayer on Thursday thru Dr. Sharon (Billins), GTG!” During our weekly MMM meeting on Sept 27, Kyle Newton shared his amazing story of a 100-fold return resulting from a shift in his self-talk and thinking. Dr. Cook then asked Kyle to say a prayer and decree over the tribe what he experienced. Kyle’s ICEBREAKER prayer is very powerful.

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Business, Finances, Visions »

[9 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

Today at 8 pm Eastern I am hosting Steve and Tara Connell on a webinar titled “Write the Vision and Make It Plain!!!” Steve and Tara are the best I have ever known at helping people and organizations get crystal clear on their vision and mission. And so I’d like to invite you join us. Having a clear vision and mission declaration 1) Brings clarity, 2) Energizes you and your team, 3) Provides focus, and 4) Generates massive forward momentum,

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Business, Slowing Down »

[16 Dec 2008 | Comments Off | ]

“Budgeting is vital when you choose how to spend your time.” – Elizabeth Scott, M.S
For no matter how many promises God has made, they are “Yes” in Christ. And so through him the “Amen” is spoken by us to the glory of God.
How do you clean house with your schedule?
Are you ready to toss out the old and begin anew?
As mentioned yesterday, my series this week is about reducing stress.
Today’s message comes directly from Part 1 of a fantastic 8-part practical article titled “Finding Balance – Valuable Tips For The …

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Business, Finances, Leverage, Stewardship »

[4 Feb 2008 | No Comment | ]

“Eliminate the time between the idea and the act… and your dreams will become your reality!” – Karl Bryan
“be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.” (Matthew 10:16)
What are 2-3 lead dominos to exponentially grow your small business or church?
What impact will a marketing bootcamp have on your small business or church?
Today’s focus is work and financial stewardship. Those are two of the three areas I chose to make “A” priorities for my life when I attended the Life Focus workshop in Virginia Beach in November 2007. Prosperity is having …

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Business, Leverage, Success »

[17 Jan 2008 | No Comment | ]

“Pablo Casals, the great cellist, was asked why, at eighty-five years of age, he continued to practice five hours a day.  He replied, ‘Because I think I’m getting better’.
Rebuke is more effective for a wise man than a hundred blows on a fool. (Proverbs 17:10)
Why are 98% of all small businesses (and ministries) like a row boat?
Guess what you are most likely doing in the boat?
As I mentioned in yesterday’s devotional, January 15 was a breakthrough day. In the morning, Michael Stay officially launched “The Weekly Trio.” In the evening …

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