March 19, 2015

Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do

Are you tired of mediocrity? Sick of the status quo?

If so, why not consider another option? Living a life that matters.

Not sure where to begin or how that "would look?"

My friend Jeff Goins has a new book coming out that can help with your questions.

It is true. The path to your life's work is both difficult and mysterious. Because of this many grow weary or quit along the way instead of finishing the journey.

And by journey, I mean arriving at the place of finding your true life's vocation. Not just a job that pays the bills but your calling which is so much more.

The Art of Work is about discovering your true calling—that thing you were born to do.

As Jeff explains, the search begins with passion but does not end there. Only when our interests connect with the needs of the world do we begin living for a larger purpose. Those who experience this intersection experience something exceptional and enviable.

Though it is rare, such a life is attainable by anyone brave enough to try.

Through personal experience, compelling stories, and current research on the mysteries of motivation and talent, Jeff shows readers how to find their vocation and what to expect along the way.

For a very limited time (offer ends March 23rd) you can get the book for free, just by paying the shipping and handling, and enjoy some additional bonuses. To learn more about that, and to place your order, go to

You'll also find additional free resources on the website.

I've read the book and will be sharing my thoughts on it in the near future. The short version would be this... I learned a lot and shed some erroneous notions that had been holding me back for years.

Get the book if you are feeling unsure of what you're meant to do or dissatisfied with what you are currently doing. It might just change your life pivoting you into a whole new direction.

March 13, 2015

Why we should all strive to be poor

In a world where material riches is often equated with spiritual blessing nobody wants less.

We all want more.

Things weren't totally different in Jesus' times, either. Those who had wealth were often seen as more spiritual.

They loved to fluent their riches.

Let's not kid ourselves, we fall prey to the very same temptation. We want to measure our worth by what we have.

We want others to do so, too.

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