If there was a pop quiz at the end of every day asking what you accomplished, how would you do? Here are some tips for making sure every day is amazing!Read More »
There are two things a kite needs to get off the ground and stay in the air. The same things are needed for you to accomplish your dreams.Read More »
Have you ever been excited about a new opportunity but never were able to pull the trigger and go for it because of fear, worry, or maybe over-analysis?Read More »
I hope this poem helps you to feel strength when you otherwise would feel weak.Read More »
When the storms of life hit, how will you react? How do you get through them? There are two things you can control that will determine everything.Read More »
The difference between winning and losing comes down to just a little extra effort. Here's a poem to help you remember to "hoe to the end of the row."Read More »
In 483 BC the king of Persia, a man named Xerxes set out to conquer the Greek mainland. (You may remember Xerxes as the main bad guy from the movie “300”). Xerxes attacked Greece to avenge the failure of his father, Darius, who lost a major battle against the Greeks at a place called Marathon about a decade earlier.
In order to get his army over to Greece by land he had to build a bridge over a strait of water called the Hellespont. His engineers started construction on the bridge but before it was finished, a terrible storm came and destroyed all the progress they had made. Xerxes was so upset at what happened that he had every engineer beheaded then sent soldiers down to the banks of the strait and actually had them whip the sea 300 times for its failure to obey him and comply with his plans.…Read More »
What can we really control in life?
Individually, we can’t control the economy, the weather, the performance of our favorite sports team, or the actions of other people. They happen whether we like it or not.
Everything that we can control comes from within. There are two major factors we can control that will lead to greater success and achievement.
We decide how to utilize these factors every single day.
Our attitude is purely our own choice. No matter what people say or do to us, we have the decision of how we will react. Some people choose to just have a bad attitude about almost everything. You buy them a cake and they complain about the frosting. They get a raise and promotion and they complain about the increase in responsibility.…Read More »