Making The Catch

by Guest Contributor

MAKING THE CATCH Guest Post by Eric Stephens   It was perhaps the greatest catch ever made.  In November of 2014, Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants made a one-handed catch for a touchdown that is still being talked about as one of the most impressive feats in football history. Though the Giants […]

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4 Ways to Live Well

by Kevin Harrison

4 Ways to Live Well Most of us love to receive verbal affirmation. Hearing things like, “good job!” and “well done!” can invigorate and refresh us, especially after working hard and giving our all. But as satisfying as it to to hear those words in response to a short-term success—like getting a good grade on […]

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Public Speaking As An Introvert

by Guest Contributor

Public Speaking As An Introvert I grew up as an introvert. I was very shy and quiet. Because of this, I absolutely dreaded speaking in public. School assignments involving public speaking were the worst. I would have preferred being stranded on an island all alone than speak to a small group of my peers. I […]

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Three Things Uncommon People Do

by Tim Enochs

Part 2 of a 2-Part Series: Three Things Uncommon People Do Last time, we discovered that there are three things common people do: they accept, they settle, and they stop. Here are three things that make people Uncommon. Uncommon people question. They don’t just accept the status quo or the way they have been told things […]

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Three Things Common People Do

by Tim Enochs

Part 1 of a 2-Part Series: Three Things Common People Do When Kevin and I wrote our first book on Uncommon Influence, we interviewed a lot of uncommon people. We interviewed leaders, business owners and others who had impacted the lives those around them. We wanted to find the secret to uncommon influence. We knew some […]

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After The Storm

by Kevin Harrison

After the Storm Last week, my team and I embraced the suck and ran in the midst of a storm—and it was hard. Here are three things I learned during my 4 hour and 17 minute journey. Lesson One: Running against the wind stinks. Unfortunately, I had to run with stiff wind in my face […]

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Embracing The Storm

by Kevin Harrison

Embracing the Storm This Sunday, myself and around 40 members of our team and a few of our customers will be running either a full or half marathon. I’ve been eagerly looking forward to this race for weeks—but as I started paying more attention to the weather forecast for race day, that excitement began to […]

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The Benefit of Thinking Bigger

by Natalie Cheney

The Benefit Of Thinking Bigger One day, a young inner-city boy went to his mom and pitched to her an idea: to start his very own t-shirt line. His mother then asked him to paint a picture of what this little business would look like, and he explained to her that he just wanted to […]

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