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Les Parrott, Ph.D.
My Near Death Experiment will jolt you out of any inclination you have to live an ordinary life. Read More

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Mike Foster
Too many people live boring, unintentional lives—stuck in autopilot, or worse. My Near Read More

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Terry Hartshorn
Everyone and anyone will benefit from My Near Death Experiment. The thoughts, quotes, and stories in this book will bring clarity to your life. Read More

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Kenton Beshore
Caleb is one of my favorite people and he’s written a book to help us experience a more meaningful life today. Read More

  • Press Box Funeral

    Press Box Funeral

    “Death is inevitable. And something will have to be done with your body.”—Funeral Director, interview Death is big business. Over two and half million Americans die in the U.S. every year. And that number is expected to go up 30% …Read More »
  • Experiments with Anxiety, Part 2

    Experiments with Anxiety, Part 2

    Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. (Hebrews 11:1) Faith is confidence that good is coming. Faith is confidence that God is behind it. Faith is confidence that God is working behind …Read More »
  • Experiments with Anxiety, Part 1

    Experiments with Anxiety, Part 1

    Do not be anxious about anything… —Apostle Paul Anxiety is a serious issue. Every human experiences anxiety on some level; some people seem to live with a steady flow of anxiety, as if on an IV drip. But anxiety doesn’t have to take the …Read More »
  • 10 Tips for Purposeful Travel

    10 Tips for Purposeful Travel

    I just finished a trip to Washington D.C. where I participated in the National Prayer Breakfast. It was cold–I’m a SoCal guy–but rich with… New contacts Great learning Potential partnerships Encounters with national influencers Fun, food, friends! Here are some …Read More »
  • 5 Ways to Re-ignite your Resolutions

    5 Ways to Re-ignite your Resolutions

    I know, I know. Resolutions are so last year. Most people break their New Year’s Resolutions by January 10. Others scoff at silly, self-torturous New Year’s Resolutions. But hopefully they still set goals—of some kind. Otherwise, where are they going …Read More »
  • Experimenting with Happiness — Part 2

    “It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.”—Charles Spurgeon You don’t have a blessing problem. You have an identification problem. Your happiness level would be through the roof if you simply RECOGNIZED all …Read More »
  • Experimenting with Happiness — Part 1

    Experimenting with Happiness — Part 1

    Happy New Year! How are your goals and resolutions coming so far? I did a dream-board once. You know, that thing where you post pictures from magazines on a poster-board, put it up in your room, and stare at it …Read More »
  • Job Experiment: “Happy at Work”

    Job Experiment: “Happy at Work”

    No more complaining about your job. It’s time for action.  And you have a couple choices: Quit your job and find a new job you love. Warning: You already know that most of us inevitably suffer from a “grass is …Read More »
  • Sharpen The Knife

    Sharpen The Knife

    “If you have to kill a snake, kill it once and for all.”—Japanese Proverb There is manual of the United States Government Peace Corps used by its volunteers assigned to South America. In this manual is a page I found …Read More »

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