I’m still alive!
But I’m focused on making IT (as in Information Technology) Better than I Found it!
I’m in the process of creating a membership site for Citrix Professionals (If that’s you, I highly suggest you go to https://ctxpro.com/membership for more information!)
Once I get this launched and running smoothly I do have some special plans for you patient readers!
- A Podcast! Finally!
- A mini-book on how every time I’ve moved from a place of comfort I’ve moved massively forward in my life!
- A course or two!
- A Facebook Group for other “Leavers” (gotta work on that name…)
What I DON’T have is a timeline and for that I’m truly sorry. What I’ll say is get onto the email list and once we’re moving again I’ll let you know!
Love to you all!
You may not intend to- but you may be hurting your Pastor's Spouse. Sometimes our good intentions put them in bad positions or just generally make them feel unvalued. Here's some tips to help you show how valuable your Pastor's Spouse really is!
A common cliché is "Shouldn't you be setting Resolutions year round, not just on New Year's Day?" And the answer is yes. However- I think there's another key that makes this time frame the BEST to be thinking about setting new goals for your personal improvement.
Let's be honest. Writing is not my problem. Writing for a tribe is my problem. Without a connection, I am kind of lost. This last weekend, I attended a conference that has inspired me to change that.
New for this month, I’m giving you a glimpse into the things I’m reading. I hope to do this every so often so you can join me!
You can rise above the HEARD mentality. I'll show you how to examine your Social Media behavior and find ways to leave it better than you find it!
I am unbelievably blessed to have a wife that is so caring for me and so patient.
Today we are talking about Michael Hyatt's new blog post on speaking well of your spouse!
DJ here on Travel Tip Thursday to tell you more about the CLEAR service and why I pay for it... and you may find it worth it as well!
You'll never reach the stars if you're constantly looking down- cowering in your cubicle!
The morning, the last day of being 39 years old in fact, I was reflecting on my 30s and wondering about my 40s.