“Every day, in everything you do, your wins are waiting for you. They’re everywhere.” – Tim Grover from “Winning” I never used to think this way. I’m now only learning to realize this fact: each decision I make is an opportunity to win or lose. The win is usually internal. It’s a decision that requires… Continue reading Winning
I’ve written before about having a decision-making filter. Decisions are often made in the heat of the moment or avoided and put off down the line because we get overwhelmed or are afraid of the consequences of what we decide. Having a filter for decisions – a decision making ethic, if you will – helps… Continue reading A Good Decision-Clarifying Question
Every once in a while, I ask myself these two questions: Am I the type of man I’d like my sons to be when they grow up? Am I the type of man I’d be happy if my daughter married when she grows up? In other words, am I a good example to my children… Continue reading Am I Who I’d Want Them to Be?
Photo by Sam Rupsa on Unsplash I’m in the middle of a short reading plan in YouVersion. The plan is based on the classic Christian living book Boundaries. The big idea: We all have a particular plot of emotional, mental, physical land that we have been given control of. From there, we create boundaries that… Continue reading Letting the Good In and the Bad Out
I’ve taken off work for the last two days of our kids’ summer vacation. Yesterday, after orientation for the new school year, the five of us grabbed sandwiches and talked about the upcoming school year. In talking about how to tackle this new year, my wife and I encouraged them to ask questions. She even went… Continue reading 7 more habits to transform the school year
Our sons were told last year that they would be going into a slightly more advanced version of math this year. They get their brilliance from me. Now that I’ve gotten the braggy part of this post out of the way, let me move on to the important part. The other day, one of our… Continue reading One key mindset we must build into our children (and ourselves)