Chronic stress, anxiety, long and tiring hours at work, sleep deprivation, restless mind . . . These are the signs that you’re trapped on the hamster wheel. I’ve been there many times, and I know how exhausting it is! Hamster Wheel Syndrome is the illusion (that seems so real) that you must solve all of […]
How Do You Define Success?
Matthew McConnaughy said about the movie Gold, “In America, we call success fame and money.” However, Katherine Kuhlman stated, “There is so much more!” She understood this ‘American mentality’ well—even her beloved father wanted money above all else. I’ve been in over 100 business deals and bought many companies. Trying to force all the moving […]
Would You Accept Father God’s Offer of Personal Business Coaching?
In January 2010, I was speaking at a marketplace leadership conference in Mumbai, India. Suddenly, a haute couture fashion designer came up, grabbed my arm and said, “I never knew until now that God cared about my business dealings. Stay longer and help me—I have become a financial hostage!” Unfortunately, he’s not the only one. Many […]
God’s Plans For You Are Good Even In The Wilderness
One of my favorite things about God is how much He enjoys blessing His people. All through the Scripture, God teaches us His Wealth Codes, revealing His good plans and purposes for our lives. Exodus 20 contains a powerful Wealth Code. Moses went up the mountain to meet with God and to receive His instructions […]
The Importance of Love and Laughter
Proverbs 17:22 says, “A merry heart is good medicine and a cheerful mind works healing.” Anyone who has been around me for any length of time has probably seen me wave my hand in the shape of the “L.” They may have also heard me say “Love and Laughter” as I left the room. And […]
Leaving a Legacy
Proverbs 13:22, “A good man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children, and the wealth of the sinner is stored up for the righteous.” John Calvin said, “Here today, gone tomorrow.” Legacy is something you leave behind. I like to say, “Legacy is what your life will look like when you look back on it.” […]