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Width or Depth? Less May Be More

By Cris Brady A good book, I think, is distinguished by its ability to transport the reader to 'somewhere else.' By this, I mean more than pulp fiction escapism. I mean a place of new thought, philosophical territory as yet unexplored by the reader, fields of new information, lands of epiphany, skies of new considerations. One such … [Read more...]

Jonathan Edwards – Resolved to Serve with Humility

By Orrin Woodward Here is the section from my new book on Jonathan Edwards.Here is another great American who utilized the power of resolutions in his life. Have you implemented RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for LIFE into your life? Let’s start a resolution revolution together. Sincerely, Orrin Woodward Jonathan Edwards was a preacher, theologian, … [Read more...]

Get Your Hands Off My Cookie!

By Kevin Mogavero I heard a great story from Pastor Rob Rod the other day. It began with a woman at a crowded mall who had just sat down next to a gentleman about her age. She opened her newspaper and started to read. A few moments later, she reached over to grab one of her Oreo cookies only to notice that one was already gone! A … [Read more...]

Three Wrong Lessons

By Oliver DeMille The result of our intermingled modern educational and class systems is too often that the modern citizen feels, as G.K. Chesterton put it, “I have no right to think for myself. I have no right to think at all.” Lesson One: A major lesson of our modern schooling is that we are all somewhere on the social scale, we should give way … [Read more...]

George Washington – RESOLVED for Character

By Orrin Woodward Here is a portion of the introduction from my new book RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for LIFE. George Washington focused on building his character every day. This is important for all of us. Have you resolved to grow personally and professionally? Sincerely, Orrin Woodward By nature, young Washington had a fiery temper, but he … [Read more...]

What Do You Do With Luck?

By Kevin Mogavero My good friend Randy Watterson sent me this article, What’s Luck Got to do with it? by Jim Collins. In the article, Jim talks about the difference between a 1 or 2Xer (a person who meets or doubles the industry standard of success) and a 10Xer (a person who is able to obtain 10 X the industry standard). What he describes … [Read more...]

The Pro-Freedom Conspiracy Needs You

When a friend offered to lend me his copy of Claire Wolfe’s book The Freedom Outlaw’s Handbook, I eagerly accepted.  I had long read her articles in Backwoods Home magazine and on World Net Daily and I enjoyed her no-holds-barred approach to remaining free in an increasingly unfree world. Wolfe is likely best known for making the eyebrow raising … [Read more...]

The Magic of Parkinson’s Law and Your Money

By Kevin Mogavero Parkinson’s Law: “Work Expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” In other words, we’ll take all the allotted time available to complete a task. If we’ve got an hour to do a task, we’ll take an hour to do it. If we’ve got a minute to do the task, we’ll get it done in a minute. For example, if … [Read more...]

Turning Points for LIFE

By Chris Brady I flipped a coin. Seriously. My father and I were trying to decide which division of General Motors should be my "sponsor" during my co-op work experience while attending GMI Engineering & Management Institute (Kettering University today).   The choice was between Buick and AC, and AC won the flip.   Weeks later, at a … [Read more...]

Why Hebrew?: Part one

By Shanon Brooks Contributing Author - James Malmstrom, Monticello College Faculty CHOMRONG VILLAGE, Nepal – 2011 – I was sitting in the courtyard of Chomrong Cottage, a charming lodge and the second stop of a 10-day trek into the Annapurna mountain range. The towering snow-capped Himalayan peaks in the distance guarded the gateway to our … [Read more...]