You’re probably wondering why there’s an email in your mailbox from me on a Tuesday. I know, I know. I said my normal schedule would be Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Well, I wanted to let you know about a new program that my friend, Kimanzi Constable, and Jeremy Jones have created.
Kimanzi Constable has drastically changed his life over the past few years. He’s gone from being a bread delivery man to living his dream of inspiring and motivating others. He’s spoken nationally and internationally. The man has passion and he’s moving forward.
Jeremy Jones is passionate about helping people uncover what they were created to do. He helps people to push forward and leave a positive impact.
They’ve paired together to offer you the knowledge they’ve gained over the years as they struggled to find their way. Tonight, they’re offering free access for the first 20 people who register to their first tele-seminar. Read more...
When I began on my self-improvement journey I decided I would follow the advice of other leaders.
If they said to stop watching TV, I began to reduce my TV intake to the point of it being non-existent. I also heard that you should listen to motivational speakers and conference talks instead of music. Done and done. Read as much non-fiction as you can. Learn from the best. Out with the fiction books and in with non-fiction.
This is a guest post from Chris Vonada. Chris is an aspiring author and geologist, and also enjoys reading, running, anything outdoors, travel, family, friends, music and life! He writes about his passions at I’m Just Thinkin’, you can also follow him on Twitter.
King David is one of my favorite people from the Bible. I love his story because he went through it… and through it all he persevered. David was real, and his story is crazy sordid. I’ve written about him before, you can read more of his story over here…
Despite David’s many ups and downs, he displayed a heart for God like few other people ever could claim. He unequivocally had faith in and loved our Heavenly Father, and, while David was far from perfect, his story is in many ways that of a genuine person that we can learn a lot from. David lived his life from the heart… and God loved David for that. In fact, God referred to David as “a man after my own heart” (Acts 13:22). Read more...