How To Make a Hollywood Movie for $7000

Whether you’re looking to start a business or grow your existing business, chances are you don’t feel ready to execute your plan.

You may feel you can't get started until you’ve got the “right equipment,” or “the right connections,” or the “right knowledge.” Maybe you’ve already invested a ton of cash in your personal training, purchasing new electronic gizmos, and searching for the perfect landing page software and shopping cart.

How to Make Your Business President-Proof

The Master Skill of Business Success

You may feel like the world is spinning out of control, but regardless of which side of the political spectrum you happen to be on, or who is President, I think we can all agree it’s better to not just survive…but thrive.

In today’s episode we will explain how to make your business President-Proof. The skill we will share is like a combination of “shields up” and “engage warp drive” for your business…and your life.

So set your phasers to stun, and let’s dive right in…

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5 Good Reasons to Set Goals for 2017

(Even If You Hate Goal-Setting)

Coming up this week…

  • A free ebook on the 8 strategies successful people are using now to accomplish more next year.
  • Why I believe it’s proper for Christians to set goals…it’s even our “sacred duty.”
  • And then, of course, 5 Good Reasons to Set Goals for 2017 (Even If You Hate Goal-Setting)

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The Wisdom of My Blind Dog

Say Goodbye to Self-pity!

If you've read some of my past blog posts, you probably know that I am a dog enthusiast. Over the years, my wife Lynn and I have enjoyed several canine companions. Scooter was one of our favorite dogs. But I remember him most for a rather unusual reason.

Toward the end of his life, our dog Scooter went blind. It happened over a period of several months. At first we weren't sure what was wrong with him. He used to be so fiercely independent. He had always seen himself as alpha-dog–grouchy and self-centered. But now, the poor little guy would walk around bumping into things. This seemed to frustrate him, so he'd withdraw and go curl up in a corner. This just wasn't like him. We became deeply concerned.

Constructive Laziness: How to Bring Back Creativity

Without Margin, Creativity Gets Crowded Out of Your Life

It seems that most of us live our lives in the fast lane. We speed along passing others, while the countryside flies by in a blur. Oh, we've convinced ourselves that we're getting somewhere fast. But we forget that we're sharing the road with others. Many others, and we all seem to be headed in the same direction. This troubles us.

We know that we need to take an exit off this speedway. That slow, winding country road looks so inviting! All our creative senses yearn to go there and discover where it will take us. But we're afraid that others will continue in the fast lane and we'll never catch up.