A morning prayer for entrepreneurs
A Morning Prayer for Entrepreneurs

The Only 3 Things Highly Successful People Do

Why Billionaires Don't Use To Do Lists

Did you know most billionaires don’t use to do lists? Instead they focus on three primary areas. These three focus areas make them super productive. In his latest book, The 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management, author Kevin Kruse made an interesting discovery. Out of the seven billionaires he interviewed, none of them […]

The ONLY 3 Things Highly Successful People Do

How to Make One Decision That Solves 1,000 Problems

Free up more of your time by solving recurring issues

Do you mow your own yard? I have a love/hate relationship with yard work. In the past, I’ve hired people to maintain my yard. However, I’m teaching my son how to mow, edge and use the weed eater. It’s a life skill every dad should be teaching their son. We take turns using the lawn […]

How to Make One Decision That Solves a Thousand Other Problems

How Our Fear Controls, Guides, and Directs Our Lives and What to Do About It

3 Simple Strategies to Living a Better Life

Ninety-Five percent of the state of Idaho’s water supply comes from underground. The Big Lost River, Snake River and other rivers begin in the Rocky Mountains and collect in the Snake River Aquifer. It’s an amazing 400-mile underground water supply. You don’t see it on the surface, but it’s there. I was having a conversation […]

How Our Fear Controls Guides and Directs Our Lives

Your 90 Day Game Plan to Crushing Your Goals this Quarter

A Life-Changing, Business-Altering Goal Setting Plan

Are you happy with your current level of productivity? If not, I want to deliver over to you a life-changing, business-altering plan you can begin using today. The one single factor that has contributed the most to my productivity is the 90-day goal setting process. If you are not accomplishing everything you’d hope to, it comes down […]

90 day goal setting template

5 Principles for Working Less and Living More

How to Avoid the Entrepreneur's Trap

Is there a danger in loving your work too much? It wasn’t unusual for Thomas Edison to work 20 continuous hours during a 24 hour period. Many times, his 4 hours of rest came in the form of a nap on a couch where he worked. There’s even one recorded time period in which Edison worked […]

5 Principles for working less and living more

Why You Need Both Discipline and Freedom to Do Great Work

Those who keep their options open, commit to nothing

If I told you discipline and freedom go together nicely, would you believe me? If not, get ready for a mindset shift today. The truth is if you want to do great work, you are going to need both discipline and freedom. In the bestselling book Business Secrets from the Bible, Rabbi Daniel Lapin talks […]

Why you need both discipline and freedom

The Hidden Danger That Just Might Destroy Your Dreams

Why Subtle Laziness Leads to Sudden Scarcity

What if I told you there was a hidden danger that has the potential to destroy your dreams? It’s a subtle danger. It’s not the type of danger you anticipate when watching movies (which my son calls the “jump scare”). This danger is subtle like a slow, moving tide. It’s subtle like when you close […]

How to overcome laziness

The Top 7 Ways I Use Evernote Everyday

How to Finally Start Using Evernote to Stress Less and Do More

Have you downloaded Evernote, but have no idea what to do with it? My hope is for you to change that today. Have you ever stopped to think how much time you waste every week “looking” for things? In a few simple steps you can make Evernote your “external brain” which will allow you to […]

Top Ways I use Evernote Everyday

How to Pick Up and Dust Off Your Broken Dreams

Broken dreams. Broken goals. We all have them. We desperately want to see change in our lives, yet we remain the same year after year. What if I told you there is one contributing factor as to why you haven’t changed? This factor is simple in concept, but difficult in practice. You’ve probably heard it […]

The Biggest Secret to Becoming a Successful Achiever

As a Senior in high school, one of our class assignments was to “shadow” someone at their workplace for a day. I’d always admired my Grandfather’s business so I decided to learn from him for a day. He owned a few small hardware stores in rural parts of Indiana. I still remember that day vividly. He taught […]