Training Wills

Training Wills

A wise man once told me that “everything in life needs to be trained.” As I’ve matured, it has become evident that his words were cloaked in wisdom. Just like children, adults need to be trained as well. That’s right, men and women should be trained. Now before you jump on my back, let me […]

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Satan’s Deadly Trio [Review]

Satan’s Deadly Trio [Review]

“I could hear bells of freedom ringing as I read every page.” That is how Pastor Ron Phillips, senior pastor of Abba House, described Jennifer LeClaire’s brand new book, Satan’s Deadly Trio: Defeating the Deceptions of Jezebel, Religion and Witchcraft. You may be familiar with Jennifer’s other “Jezebel book,” The Spiritual Warrior’s Guide to Defeating […]

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The Wisest Pearl

The Wisest Pearl

Only fifty out of ten thousand pearls made it to the strand I wore around my neck. They were exquisite! I ran my hand over them as I looked in the mirror wondering if they were freshwater or the crème de la crème of all pearls, Hanadama Akayo pearls. As an uneducated consumer, I was […]

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The Character of Credit

The Character of Credit

It’s Time to Know the Score I grew up in a house where my grandfather paid cash for everything. He was an employee and an entrepreneur. He didn’t believe in paying interest on anything. He built his home debt free, his family owned 167 acres of land debt free, and he paid for his cars in cash every […]

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No More Drama

No More Drama

Drama is great on stage and onscreen. Not so in relationships. Drama in relationships is draining, overwhelming, and debilitating. When there is drama in relationships, it destroys your focus, impacts your work productivity, pulls the puppet strings on your emotions, and freezes you from making any progress of any sort. When there is drama in […]

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Our Grandparents Were Right!

Our Grandparents Were Right!

An individual does not have to be in their teenage years to discover what generational differences are. They are real, run deep, and can cause definite issues. Generational differences run deeper than just music, clothing styles, technology, or history-shaping events. Although all of those issues are important, generational differences can be as simple as the […]

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Free Medicine: Getting Your Emotions in Check

Free Medicine: Getting Your Emotions in Check

A joyful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the bones. (Proverbs  17:22) Modern life is stressful. The average American’s week is filled with traffic jams, insensitive people, and bad news. Since we can’t be everywhere to experience bad news, we are bombarded with the televised version 24/7. Everything from family problems […]

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The Biggest Budget Busters

The Biggest Budget Busters

When it comes to getting our finances in order, so many of us mean well but continue to make mistakes that will only set us back further. Maybe you work hard to get out of debt, but your month always seems to be longer than your money. Perhaps you find yourself bogged down with unnecessary […]

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Great Leaders in Business Are Great Followers

Great Leaders in Business Are Great Followers

For many entrepreneurs and small business owners, our current economic times present some extremely daunting challenges. From the complexities of differentiating yourself in a crowded marketplace, to the arduous task of raising capital, one would tend to think that entrepreneurship may not be the financial Promise Land of which so many often speak. Of course […]

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Leaders Who Neglect

Leaders Who Neglect

Almost any form of neglect or inattention can be destructive. It is even more disappointing when it comes from individuals who should have the aptitude and awareness to know when there are neglectful conditions present. To be clear, neglect is not simply the denial of someone’s existence or condition. On a broader scale neglect very […]

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Leaders Who Listen

Leaders Who Listen

All of us have encountered leaders that do not appear to listen well. The bigger concern is that they seem to be the only ones who don’t know it. As a leader, you must know that we have a listening epidemic today. Professional motivation among teams, colleagues, partners, and associates are at all-time lows.  Staff […]

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