So what do you do when your coworker just shows up for the paycheck and you end up doing all of their work?Read More
I suspect that my story may be similar to yours. In the 5th grade, I wanted to be a dentist. In the 6th grade, it occurred to me that teeth were boring and so I decided that I wanted to be a physician when I grew up. Why?Read More
This is an amazing story of heroism, courage and guts. Mayor Alfred Romualdez risked his life to get the city of Tacloban back on its feet. He describes first-hand the power of this record setting typhoon and how it destroyed his homes. Listen in to see what he did, how escaped and how he rescued his family. It is a great example of being fulling engaged and making a difference.Read More
As I listen to Brig. Gen Steve Ritchie recall the rescue of Roger Locher, I am again reminded of the power of a group of people that are willing to lay down their lives for a single man. Every day each of us faces two defining questions:
I'm I powerless or do I have the power to make a difference?
Am I going to be a taker or a giver?
Frankly, stories like this make me a bit uncomfortable. There is a lot to learn from 25 year old, Kyle Maynard. He was born without hands or feet and yet he climbed Mt. Kilamanjaro. His attitude is refreshing and, at the same time, challenging. Watching him redefines my challenges and compels me to get back in the game. How about you? What are your thoughts after watching him?Read More