The Power of Purpose

I wrote a few days ago about lessons that I learned when my mom was diagnosed with Leukemia. Of course, when I say I “learned” them, it’s not as if I didn’t have head knowledge of everything I said before her diagnosis. If you asked me, “Is life precious,” I would have answered, “of course!” I knew it. But did I appreciate it?

I said in that post that I would write some ways you can maximize your life. How to make the most of your time is a big topic, so I’m going to break this into several posts.

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The Magic of Thinking Small

We’re all taught to think big. In this podcast, I discuss why swinging the pendulum the other direction is a surer route to success.

Here are some of the books that I mention in this podcast:


Here’s great book to help you develop your disciplines:

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Be Prepared To Act


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Walk With Me

“Whoever walks with the wise becomes wise, but the companion of fools will suffer harm.” Proverbs 13:20

“After this many of his disciples turned back and no longer walked with him.”  John 6:66

The Biblical model of education and training is quite different than the greco-roman style used in our school system today.  Biblical education is relational and focuses on the whole person.  One is not made wise by sitting in a chair and being talked at by the mentor.  Instead, one is made wise by “walking with” the wise, observing them and emulating them.

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