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Day 1. Cold turkey and tears.

Posted by on Sep 1, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 0 comments

(this was auto-posted to twitter and facebook via su.pr plugin for wordpress) I feel like I am quitting smoking or something. Cold turkey. Just like that. Cutting something out of my life that I relied on. Relied on it for entertainment, connecting, pass time, fulfillment, outreach, busyness and procrastinating. And today. Nothing. I almost felt lonely.  bored.  anxious. No shakes though ha! And no food cravings! Quitting Facebook affects my routines. (Missed why I quit facebook?  Click Here for the full story) I woke up.  and fought back...

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Mission: Goodbye Facebook. Taking a break from Social Media and TV. A fast. A focus.

Posted by on Aug 31, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 0 comments

Goodbye Facebook. So long Twitter. I was convicted that I was spending more time on social media than with my Father. Concerned with others updates/lives than the souls of the lost, I quit contending for. That the intimacy with the lover of my soul was fading. My passion for prayer was weakening. My heart stopped breaking. Weeping for my family and friends dried up. And  I stopped being anguished and only concerned for the lost. Selfish of my time.  Focused on my plans.  Passionless. He is calling me into place of pure focus, complete...

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Mission: Burn calories and Shape Up even while eating FAIR FOOD!

Posted by on Aug 6, 2010 in Mission: Get Healthy | 2 comments

Check out this segment from Indy Style TV. My buddy and co-worker,  Pro Staff Jared Brunner explains what Skecher Shape Ups can do for you even while you are eating higher calorie foods at the Indiana State Fair. Isn’t he fabulous? Would you like to know the damage of your favorite fair food? Comment below of your favorite fair food and I will let you know the average calories and what you would need to do to burn those extra calories off! ...

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Mission: Do you need some direction? Do you know where you are going?

Posted by on Aug 5, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 0 comments

Mission: Do you need some direction? Do you know where you are going?

Do you use a GPS as much as I do? It might be a possibility if you use to get the grocery and back.  Or how to get out of your neighborhood! My reliance on a simple piece of technology is a little pathetic. I use it so much that I actually named it…. errrr I named her Her name is Marge the Magellan and even though she gets me where I need to go about 90% of the time– the other 10% is spent making me do u-turns, drive down dirt roads and taking me to Canada on accident. (whew that was a mess, especially with no passport!...

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Mission: God, is praying enough? When should I speak up?

Posted by on Jul 13, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 2 comments

Mission:  God, is praying enough?  When should I speak up?

So… I pass a lot of people from day to day. In malls.  In my hotels.  Driving down the freeway.  In line at the coffee shop.  Working in a store. And.. sometimes.. the Lord places spotlight, a heavy brick on my heart and tears in my eyes to lift a certain person in prayer that I pass. For example: 1.  I was in a Lady Foot Locker and a man came in wheeling an oxygen machine and belt that held some sort of mechanical contraption.  He wanted the T-shirt that read “Every Damn Day”  by nike.  this is what it looks like. He...

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Mission: Finding the best hotel in the cities I travel to most. City #1= Indianapolis, Indiana.

Posted by on Jul 13, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 2 comments

Mission: Finding the best hotel in the cities I travel to most.  City #1= Indianapolis, Indiana.

So, I travel a little bit. and by a little bit– I mean ALOT. I cover 6 states and some large cities in my territory. So I set out on a mission to find the best hotels in each of those cities I visit the most. City # 1 is…. Indianapolis, Indiana Indy has many malls that I call on and I have stayed all over the city in every kind of chain hotel you can imagine. I have a soft spot for boutique style hotels that are super comfortable,very fun and relaxing.  But they are hard to find in the Midwest. But I found one– and its...

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