Be Strong and Courageous!

by Insoo Kim

In 1955, ten years before the historic Selma marches, a man named Robert Graetz became the pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Montgomery, Alabama. This was not all that significant except for the fact that Trinity Lutheran Church was an all-black congregation and Robert was white.

Winners Want to Keep Score

by Don Corder

My generation taught the next generation that winning is just showing up. We taught them that results (score) don’t matter…criticism is mean…expectations are insensitive. We robbed an entire generation of the lessons to be learned from failing and the strength of character that is born in the struggle.

5 Transcendent Money Principles

by Michael Perez

5 money  management principles that transcend everything.

What is Transformational Leadership?

by Shannon Lee

The transformational leader doesn’t boss people around with reasoning such as ‘just because’ and their success is measured not necessarily by the impact they have on a company or organization but rather the impact they have on the people they lead. 

Believe in People Again

Someone said to me last week in a text, “I’m losing faith in humanity”.  I thought about that for several...

Will I…

As we look towards the future and dream, it’s so easy to get caught up in the “what if’s”, right? ...

Forget About Setting Goals

by James Clear

When you’re working toward a goal, you are essentially saying, “I’m not good enough yet, but I will be when I reach my goal.”

The problem with this mindset is that you’re teaching yourself to always put happiness and success off until the next milestone is achieved. “Once I reach my goal, then I’ll be happy. Once I achieve my goal, then I’ll be successful.”

Never Stop Dreaming

2015 is here.  Need some inspiration?  Well, here you go.  Happy New Year!

Hope

by Harvey Hook Hope in a child we did not see    Hope in a love that’s come to be Hope...

I Used to Cut Myself

by Kary Oberbrunner

I used to be addicted to self-injury. I literally cut myself—for years. I’m happy to say that it’s been 14 years ago since I last self-injured.