Our Longest Regrets

Our Longest Regrets

Our longest regrets are our inaction regrets – the things we would have, could have, or should have done but did not do. – Word for Today
Are You Operating Plan B or A?

Are You Operating Plan B or A?

To begin a new chapter, you must end an old chapter…9 times out of 10, failure is resorting to Plan B when Plan A gets too risky, too costly, or too difficult. That’s why most people are living their Plan B. They haven’t burned their bridges to the past. –...
The First Step

The First Step

The first step is always the longest step and the hardest. You can’t just take a step forward into the future; you also have to eliminate the possibility of moving backward into the past. That’s how you go after goals. – Word for Today
A Higher Standard

A Higher Standard

Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody else expects of you. Never excuse yourself. Never pity yourself. Be a hard master to yourself-and be lenient to everybody else. – Henry Ward Beecher
Why a Leader’s Growth is Important

Why a Leader’s Growth is Important

Only as the leader grows, will the company or ministry grow. It’s amazing how much time, money and energy we spend on things that can’t produce growth. Logos, websites, brochures and slogans are all important, but they’ll never make up for incompetent leadership....
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