A stirring presentation using transformational stories and wings of eagles as real-life metaphors for new beginnings. Everything from potting a plant to quoting Isaiah, “Those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall mount on eagles’ wings. They shall run and not grow weary. They shall walk and not faint.”
New Years Day in Northwest Nevada. The purple Sierras were sprinkled with fine powdered snow. The air was crisp, clean and fragrant with pines. Fred and I, we were jogging down one of our favorite trails and... Oh! You need to know. Fred is not a man or a jogging partner... Fred is my horse! 21 years old and with all the glee of a kid at Christmas, I had on my hat, my old leather boots, and in wild abandon, Fred and I are hightailing it into the hills. Fred’s white mane streaming away! After...
Wait: To stop, to standby.
Wait: To serve, to attend.
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Yeah, why am I talking? Good question. Don’t wait. See the end of the article as we alkies like to do. Look at the back of the book first. Find out how it turns out.
Every now and then we need a blessing that’s NOT in disguise. We want that blessing front and center - not hidden in the background waiting to surprise us down the road. Even so, here’s a story of an unexpected blessing in disguise that really did pop up down the road.
Tired of watching the same old-same old? Speakers shifting back and forth, making little use of the beautiful stage they are on? Be bold. Be brilliant! Here's how to use the stage from corner to corner. All four of them!
Before you say a word and awaiting your turn to speak, what will you do? How will you align those butterflies in the stomach? What is the swiftest way to get nervousness under control?
Confidently Speaking Tips On How To Get Set For The Stage has sure-fire answers on how to do just that. Read On and Share!
Until I heard the following story, I was sitting with a grudge fertilized by resentment, every time this man showed up late, left early, and shared at length. When he explained the lateness, brought us both a piece/peace of the pie.
Why Improv? Rebuilds the brain. Increases flexibility in thinking with increased laughter and outlook on life. Mistakes evolve into gifts. Learn to serve the scene and each other. Builds community and team spirit. Improves partnership through appreciation. Rediscover the youth of children. Heightened healthy self-esteem. Connect more often and deeply. To fearlessly revel in the joy of discovering our own true selves.
Complacency is based on past success. I don’t become what I want. I become where my habits take me. The comfort zone is not one in which to be comfortable. When I believe I have arrived - is exactly when it’s over. We can be complacent and dream our lives away, or we can become aware.