“Nate, put your toys away,” I said to my almost three year old son. As with most toddlers he didn’t have any problem taking out a toy from his toy box, playing with it for a moment or two, throwing it aside, and pulling another toy out of the top box to repeat the process. … More You Don’t Gotta Tell Me Two Times!
Way back when I attended college I had certain courses that I had to take for my undergrad degree in business administration. I had to take two courses in Economics (microeconomics and macroeconomics) to satisfy the requirements for my degree. Economics was not my field of study, but I needed to have a certain basic … More Wise Advisor
In Northern Alabama there is a little town called Falkville, the 2010 census reports that this little place has a population of under 1,300 people. Yet, mighty things are taking place in this little town that most people have not heard of. That’s where our friend has a ministry that started out from the hearts … More Feed My Sheep
I spent over 25 years working in various Corporate and non-profit entities doing marketing/public relations, and executing internal and external communications. So, suffice it to say that communicating is very, very important to me. And, when you think about it, communications are important to you also. How can you know what someone else thinks, needs, … More Speak to Me
There’s a saying that was popular some 40-50 years ago, and that is: “if it feels good, do it.” And many people from the Baby Boomer generation embraced that saying. Today we often hear the saying “follow your heart,” which to me sounds very much like “if it feels good, do it.” If eating ice … More If It Feels Good Do It