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The current presidential election has put millions of Americans in a panic. I get it. No matter who you’re voting for, there’s a lot of troubling news. And that’s just the election. Throw economic and international instability into the mix, and sometimes it can feel like we’re being swept along in a powerful current, headed […]
I love the ocean. Being out on the water fishing is a thrill, and you can see for miles. But being just a few feet above the waves makes all the difference. Jump overboard and you suddenly have trouble seeing much at all. You’re bobbing up and down. The waves are coming at you, blocking […]
I can hardly believe it. My new book, Living Forward, coauthored with my longtime friend Daniel Harkavy, is out today. This launch closes a very important circle in my life. Three years ago Daniel and I met on a Florida beach to get away and dream about this project. By then I’d worked with Daniel’s […]
What do you do when you’re lost? You know the feeling: You look around and things are unfamiliar. You feel uneasy. Your confidence evaporates. That happened to me on a hike in the Colorado Rockies a few years back. I was totally captivated by the scenery, got confused, and took the wrong path down the […]
Stories can create change, both in ourselves and in our organizations. In this guest post, Matt Ragland shares five elements of powerful stories.
Donald Miller is hosting his Storyline Conference in three locations this year. Gail and I attended last year and it was fantastic. Here’s how you can save $50.00
As a leader, maybe it’s time to slow down a bit and look at your life process, so you finish well. In this guest post, Angela Bisignano explains how.
You have more power over your life than you think. You can drift with the current, let someone else hijack your destiny, or become intentional about your choices.
Many people wake up in their 40s, 50s, or 60s and wonder why they are so far from where they thought they would be. They are victims of the drift. Here’s how to get back on track.
Is a GPS system a good metaphor for life planning? This sparked a debate when it came to designing the cover for the new edition of my life plan e-book.
I created my first life plan more than ten years ago. Since that time I have gotten better at it. In this post, I share seven “best practices.” I shared these recently at the Building Champions Experience.