Unfinished

If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, being an unfinisher is probably more common in your world than that of the non-entrepreneurs (civilians). Entrepreneurs are attracted to the “what ifs” and the adventure of “the new” as moths are attracted to a flame. This analogy, from my perspective of helping many entrepreneurs, is unfortunately all too…

Leadership

Leadership I love helping others see what is real and what is possible. In my business of helping, I find myself chiming in on business problems that range from setting up systems to project management to breaking down complex problems into simple consumable information to effective messaging to marketing targeting to execution channels and management…

Lore

What will they say about you? You know, when the great great grand kids tell stories about the great pandemic of 2020. By then maybe we will know all the truths about it and all that will be left are the legacy stories. What will those children say about how you acted during this historical…

Flesh

I have been writing these past few weeks about the first sentence of a letter in the Bible written by Paul, who was called an apostle to Jesus. The letter was addressing the Christian Church in the city of Rome. Now, I’ve read this sentence a number of times; however, this time my attention became…

Promise

I love digging deeper into things. I love figuring out how and why things work. Some people are just as happy to say “it works and that’s all you need to know.” For me, digging in is how new ideas come about. If I can figure out the reason behind something and begin to think…

Unique

Are we unique? Look at our culture. Look at our society. We all seem to be striving to be the same. Some call it trending to make it seem like you might be left behind if you don’t go along with the trend. Get the latest clothes so we can be what? The Same. Wearing…

Perspective

We recently started a study of the book of Romans. At the beginning of the study we reviewed the writings of Paul and the impact those writings had on what we call a Christianity today. There are 27 books of the New Testament and Paul penned 13 of them. Possibly 14 for those who believe…