While I have enjoyed working on the Team Eagle Revolution project, I know that something more fulfilling and more productive is coming. My drive for helping future generations find their life mission and finding fulfilling careers is being achieved through my CollegePlus work. However, I have another passion that involves helping people experience explosive growth in their lives. I am working on a new project where this vision will be achieved.
I am looking forward to posting a new website soon. I may update this one from time to time over the next year, and the posts may be helpful to passersby, but I will be starting something new very soon.
You don’t have to get your resume to change your job. You can just change what you are doing where you are at.
Not that you should be completely changing things up (most of the time).
What was your best experience at a restaurant?
What was the best customer service call you were a part of?
What is your favorite organization to do business with?
The reason these places are at the top for you is because of people doing more than what their job called for them to do.
Do what they do. Change your job.
You can’t expect to see change in your world unless you are willing to change yourself. And you can’t see change for yourself until you realize how badly you need it. This is the feeling I get when reading this second chapter of The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey. Even though you may be young, you can still see ways you could manage your money a whole lot better! Here are some thoughts and questions I had after reading this chapter.
When was the last time you got in trouble? What was the first thing that you did? Did it have anything to do with saying “I didn’t do it!’?
“The first step to solving a problem is to admit you have a problem.” This idea has been said in a million different ways. And it is true. When we act like there isn’t anything wrong with what we are doing or it’s okay to be “normal” when it comes to finance we are setting ourselves up to fail.
According to Dave in this chapter, what is one thing that acts as a huge obstacle in getting control of one’s money?
What is the true enemy of becoming “the best”?
At what point do most people change?
Top Quotes: “You are where you are right now financially as a sum total of the decisions you’ve made to this point.” – Dave Ramsey