Reading Time: 2 minutes This week we have a discussion with Terry Tucker a man of many hats and a story that will inspire you to live life to the fullest.
Reading Time: 11 minutes We have a purpose are you brave enough to to find out? It can cause trouble in those who don’t want to change. Glory for those who do.
Reading Time: 8 minutes Maybe you are starting on your journey of finding your path. Perhaps you already have found your calling and are needing help to stay true to your purpose.
Reading Time: < 1 minute I searched and searched for a good video that was about how nature could help you find your calling. I found some but the message wasn’t what I wanted to share. So for this week, I am coping out a bit. I found a good motivational video that is about finding your calling. Pursuing your purpose and why you want to make that pursuit. So good short video no Ted Talk this week. Find your motivation and get out there are find fulfillment in your calling. Your life will feel more complete when you are pursuing your calling. Share30TweetPin2ShareShare32 Shares
Reading Time: 8 minutes If you are ready to change who you are. if you want to find a reason to get out of bed each morning. Then finding your purpose is very important.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Are you thinking of looking for your Life’s purpose? Do you like Venn diagrams? Then I found a video you will like. Today Clark Kegley is helping you find your purpose. He is going to help answer the question, what is your calling? Now Clark has some great advice here. He is actually playing with the length of his video. Which just happens to be 10 minutes long. Clark has a great point right off the bat that I think is an amazing point. “Life isn’t about finding ourselves. Life is about creating our selves.” No Truer words have been …
Reading Time: 6 minutes What is one difference between young men of today and the young men of 30 years ago? Why do some men flounder while others flourish? One word, Purpose
Reading Time: 7 minutes Married households in the US dropped from 88% in the 1960s to 69%. This is still the majority of families. There are however also signs that many men are not taking their responsibility of being a dad seriously. With single mothers coming in second with 23%. Now I am not going to disparage the incredibly hard work that single mothers do to keep their children safe. These women are heroes in every sense of the word. I am also not going to poopoo the hard work that single fathers do to raise their kids. For the very same reason. Raising …