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Gratitude: The Only Sure Cure for Anxiety Gratitude: The Only Sure Cure for Anxiety
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Gratitude: The Only Sure Cure for Anxiety

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 23, 2017

“The American holiday of Thanksgiving traces its roots all the way back to 1621, when colonists held a harvest feast with local natives. In 1861, Abraham Lincoln declared an official Thanksgiving day in late November. In the 1930s, President Franklin Roosevelt attempted to move the holiday a few days earlier, but after widespread discontent, eventually…

What Men Want What Men Want
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What Men Want

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 16, 2017

I’m going to go way out on a limb and tell you what you want. If you’re a married man with kids, these three things are ‘it’ . . . Emotional connection with your wife – You may think you want sex, companionship, cooperation, respect, admiration and even submission, but what you really want is…

Too Much of a Good Thing Too Much of a Good Thing
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Too Much of a Good Thing

Posted by Kevin Harris on July 24, 2017

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . In his book, Future Shock, noted futurologist Alvin Toffler coined the term ‘overchoice.’ He described people who experience overchoice as not suffering from “an absence of choice but from a paralyzing surfeit of it.” ­ Essentially, overchoice is too much of a…

Speaking of Jesus Speaking of Jesus
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Speaking of Jesus

Posted by Kevin Harris on July 6, 2017

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . A treadmill . . . a rowing machine . . . an elliptical . . . the piece of exercise equipment doesn’t really matter. With each one, no matter how hard you work, when you finish, you’re still in the same spot…

Slowing the Game Down Slowing the Game Down
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Slowing the Game Down

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 8, 2017

I watch no more than seven hockey games a year . . . the Stanley Cup Finals. The effort, quickness and passion on display in such a high stakes environment . . . it’s captivating. And when the puck finally slips through that morass of players and sticks into the net, I never even see…

Scarcity Mentality Scarcity Mentality
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Scarcity Mentality

Posted by Kevin Harris on May 8, 2017

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Executive Director Kevin Harris . . . Your neighbor drives up in a new car and shortly after you catch yourself staring down at the 140,000 miles on your odometer and then you get a whiff of your kids’ sports gear in the back. You start dreaming of that…

It’s Days Like Today . . . It’s Days Like Today . . .
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It’s Days Like Today . . .

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 10, 2016

It’s days like today (as I write this on Wednesday Nov. 9, 2016) . . . that make me so happy . . .  once I trust God with everything. Seriously, I’ve been so satisfied in my soul today. Totally unexpected. Over the last months of this election campaign, I’ve felt this tension inside me….

Stop Worrying About Work Stop Worrying About Work
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Stop Worrying About Work

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 1, 2016

I talked to an old friend recently who reminded me of the old saying “there are two kinds of people in the world; the kind who divide the world into two kinds of people and those who don’t!” Just kidding. He really said the two kinds of people are those who work to live and…

Money Monkey Money Monkey
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Money Monkey

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 18, 2016

When I was very young, I dreamed of the day I would buy my first car. My dad made it clear to me that I would pay for my first car and that I had plenty of time to save up for it. How soon I got it depended on how much money I made…

Time is of the Essence Time is of the Essence
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Time is of the Essence

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 11, 2016

Our whole existence revolves around time. It’s behind our busyness, our drive to perform, our difficulty focusing. Almost all stress is time-induced. The things we stress over would be less stressful if we had more time. Everything is in a hurry. We’re constantly afraid to run out of time. Just read the story of Lazarus…