Monthly Archives: May 2012

15-Minute Turkey Chef’s Salad

As the hot weather comes upon us, it is sometimes nice to have something light and cool to eat.  I think that salads are best to eat in the summer months.  This is a pretty standard recipe for a turkey chef’s … Continue reading

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You Can’t Be the Leader You Were 5 Years Ago

There are several facets of leadership that are constant.  Character and integrity are vital.  You must have willing followers.  You must be courageous.  Those are some of the key components of effective leadership 5 years ago.  They still are today … Continue reading

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Paying the Price

Jesus gave us some incredible advice in Luke 14:28-30. 28 “Suppose one of you wants to build a tower.  Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it? 29 For if you … Continue reading

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Don’t Stay Stuck

A couple of years ago at a leadership conference I attended in Indianapolis, I completed a personal evaluation exercise as part of that conference.  One of the things I learned through this evaluation was the 3 main factors that keep … Continue reading

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Falling Slowly

Well, another Friday is here.  Today we are featuring a very beautiful ballad called Falling Slowly performed by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova.  The song is featured on the 2007 movie Once. Some songs just have that certain something that makes … Continue reading

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Easy Grilled Chicken Teriyaki

I just love chicken teriyaki.  Here is another chance for us to get out and use our grill as the weather is getting nicer.  This recipe could not really be any easier.  It is also very healthy for you.  This … Continue reading

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Breaking the “If Only” Syndrome

When we look at people today, you will find that most people are addicted to comfort.  Even if you look at cultures and socio-economic classes around the world, you will see that this is universally true.  The big difference between … Continue reading

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Even Dirt Has to Rest Sometimes

In today’s culture, few people actually take a day off to rest.  The ones that actually do commit to resting are seen as oddballs.  Many view taking a day to rest as being a waste of time and productivity.  It … Continue reading

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Creamy Scallop & Pea Fettuccine

Well, this just looks fantastic.  I love scallops, I love peas, and I really love fettuccine so this is pretty much a no brainer for me.  The best part is that it is healthy for you as well.  I am … Continue reading

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Leading With a Limp

The truth is that some of the very best leaders are those who have a limp of some nature.  I’m not talking about any type of physical limp, I’m talking about people who have a previous injury of some other … Continue reading

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