Friday, September 20 2019

Living the Dream The Joy of the On-Purpose Life More

Courtney took a step and immediately went into a slide. Time went into slow motion. My left hand still had a strong purchase on the rock and my right hand gripped the trekking pole that she was hanging on to. As her full weight started to load the system, she swung underneath me. The inertia was far greater than I was expecting…

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I remember checking out of my hotel room and just spontaneously leaving a $200 tip for the maid. I had never done that before. I had experienced some kind of transcendence that I could not describe and I couldn’t help but overflow in generosity – to a person I had not even met.

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I met Beth Guckenberger at a recent Barnabas Group event. She shared a story unlike anything I have heard before. She described a modern-day miracle she witnessed in one of the orphanages she oversees in Mexico. After she spoke, I pulled out my GoPro so I could share it with my friends…

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Dads have superpowers, but we don’t always recognize what they are, or how powerful they can be. As a result, we miss some of the greatest opportunities to make the greatest impact as dads. This is not about “fixing”…

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My Fitness Journey Some Lessons I've Learned in the Pursuit of Getting Younger

Overall, I keep a pretty healthy diet, but there is still a lot of room to get better. This post is about my own personal food rules and how I have been able to stay on track. I’m not advocating that everyone subscribe to my plan; rather, I’d like to encourage you to be specific about your own plan and stick to it.

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A lot of us are going to make 2019 new year’s fitness resolutions. Sadly, research shows that only 8% of us are going to follow through. What’s even more depressing is that we now know the day when most of us will fall off the wagon with our new year’s fitness intentions: January 12th.

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In a monumental study of over 122,000 patients, the results showed that a lack of cardiovascular fitness was a key predictor of early death. The study found that the most sedentary were 500 times more likely to die early than the fittest in the study…

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