Our Successful Social Network was transformational for everyone who attended. Keith wants to make sure that if you have any questions you can connect with him. Watch this video to see how you can stay “in the loop” so this stuff really sticks.
Our kids competed in their first “organized” tri race this past weekend. Even though we don’t have them training for this sport, we live a super healthy active lifestyle and without even thinking about it our kids were passing kids with all the “gear and fancy equipment” BUT the most encouraging thing was our kids had smiles on their faces through the process — no tears, no stress, just out there competing! That was gratifying.
Watch this great report on our Successful Social Networks series with Communications Cure developer Keith Dorcsht. Everyone who is attending is loving it! Changing the valley one family at at time!
Saturday morning we had an incredible workshop with Keith Dorchst as he presented the Communication Cure. Tonight, at 6:30 to 8pm at the Mary Irwin Theatre, he is going to be going through the high points of what he talked about on Saturday. You won’t want to miss it. In fact, if you have something planned it will be worth canceling so you can come out to hear Keith.
This is life changing stuff.
Yesterday I did my first trail run. The Scorched Sole Ultra was at OK Mountain Park. We started close to the lake at an altitude of 390m and the “top maps” say we turned around at 1100m, 13k later. It’s one of those races that I will do again, but during it I was wondering who in their right mind does these kinds of things:) Besides it was my running coach, Chris that got me into it so it’s all his fault:)
I’m reading a book by Tony Dungy, the first African American NFL coach to win the Super Bowl. Here’s an excerpt;
“life in the NFL — a profession with an average career of 3.3 years, in which the possibility of permanent physical injury is always present, that offers limited and underdeveloped skills off the athletic field, and is marked by broken marriages and dysfunctional families — would you really choose that over a future that could make your child happy and able to contribute to society? We shouldn’t but sadly, many of us do.”
Hey, check out what impact CWC is having on communities around the world at
It’s great to get the perspective of a national who is being impacted by these projects. When I vote on where we are going to put our donations for the next project I alway wonder “are we really doing out very best with the money we raise?” This blog confirmed that the donations we’ve been making to CWC is making a huge impact. When I hear that people are believing for greater things now that CWC has assisted their community I know we’re on the right track.
Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but when the desire comes, it is a tree of life. (Solomon)
The way our culture thinks about heart issues is so limited. We look at the heart and see flesh (tissue and cells) but throughout the centuries the heart has been credited with far more than circulating blood. Our current MECHANISTIC health philosophy is probably the most limited when it comes to the heart and the nervous system. It’s like we’ve been afraid (or too arrogant) to open ourselves up to any thought or belief that there is more to the heart than contractile muscle, valves and chambers. Listen to some of these comments on the heart;