Hustle

I have found that what stands between me and what I want in life is often one thing- hustle. Eighty percent of people say they have a book inside of them, but very few commit to the process. Eighty percent of people say that they want to improve their work life, but few are willing […]

You Get What You Aim For

I hate the feeling of waking up one day and wondering how I could have gotten myself into circumstances that are draining me. I had good intentions, but my actions took me in another direction*. Let’s say you were to launch a shuttle to the moon but you were off by just 2 degrees. You […]

Have You Decided To Be More Successful Next Year (by Dan Miller)

Often, we have someone call our office about making a change in his or her life.  We send information and then hear nothing.  Two years later, that person calls and says, “Now I’m ready to really create a plan.” What I always wonder is, What did they do for those two years?  And usually, when we […]

The Vision & Strategy Process Made Easy

Many churches and non-profits stumble in the Vision/Strategy process because they are using a template that is too complex. Many leaders give up on having an intentional process because they do not know where to start. Others are wary of adopting a corporate model that may not fit their context. As a result many charities […]

The Freedom of Values-Based Financial Planning

What financial goals should you be focusing on at this stage in life? When the fateful day comes, how much money will you need to retire on? The figures thrown around by financial prognosticators can be downright intimidating. In our household, we are in a season of revisiting our financial goals. We are asking important […]