22 years to the day of when this podcast was recorded, my wife Nay was healed from a debilitating disease. She’s been well ever since. Is healing a part of God’s Kingdom still today?
Terry discusses three ways he’s found to discover your future:
- Who You Hang Around With
- What You Read
- 1 Corinthians 2:9-10
You CAN know what the future holds and we discuss that on this episode.
Recently I was on the “Tell Us a Good Story” podcast with Kevin and Stephanie Mason. I encourage you to listen and have some thoughts about its’ popularity.
Here’s a link to their site: https://kevinandsteph.com/
Perspective is sorely missing in today’s society. Today, we talk about how our point of view informs a management style, our business and our personal relationships.
In the run-up to the recent election, I saw a LOT of advertisements to get out and vote. Is this the best idea for the electorate, and how have we gotten this way?
In This Episode, Terry continues the discussion of how important what you allow into your mind is to your life by discussing great history and spiritual growth books he’s read
Amity Shlaes “The Forgotten Man”
David McCullough “The Path Between the Seas”
John Fischer “Fearless Faith”
John Mason “An Enemy Called Average”
Todd Weaver “Overflowing Success”
Leif Hetland “Called to Reign”
Kris Vallotton “Poverty, Riches and Wealth”
Gary Keesee “Financial Revolution Series”
This week, Terry discusses the benefit of reading and what books he’s enjoyed in management and leadership development.
Here are links to the books he mentions
John Maxwell “21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership”
John Maxwell “Failing Forward”
Scott McKain “All Business is Still Show Business”
Scott McKain “Create Distinction”
Captain Michael Abrashoff “It’s Your Ship”
Ken Blanchard “Servant Leader”
As the great character actor Strother Martin said in “Cool Hand Luke”, “What we have here is failure to communicate”. In this episode, I discuss what I believe are three keys to effective communciation:
- Speaking or writing succinctly
- Ability to handle questions or challenges
My “Quiz the Diz” Podcast has gone over 1000 downloads! Thanks to everyone who has listened, and please give it a shot if you haven’t already.
Here are all the episodes for you to enjoy!
Every Sunday on the way to church, we see where someone has just dumped their weekly trash on the road. It’s in the same area each week, so they must have a purpose it. Personal responsibility has a human and spiritual connection. That’s what I discuss in this week’s podcast.