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30 Beautifully Colorful Typographic Book Cover Designs

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Showcase of 30 Orange Juicy Websites

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How To Actually Reach Your Goals

Goals aren't the enemy. Goals are our friends, and successful people set them. The problem is, we've decided that since we've failed to meet some old goals, we're doomed for failure, so we don't even try. But today, I was reading something Andrew Dlugan wrote about acheiving your resolutions when it hit me - maybe I have cruddy goals! Just listen to Andrew... Smart resolutions, or smart goals at any time of year, have five characteristics: * S – Specific * …

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Kill Your Church's Innovation In One Sentence

I couldn't help but think immediately about churches when I read Seth Godin's post today... That's not the way we do things around here. …

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Love Means Being Interested In Others

When the Spirit of God has shed abroad the love of God in our hearts, we begin immediately to identify ourselves with Jesus Christ's interests in other people, and Jesus Christ is interested in every kind of man there is. ~ Oswald Chambers It stings me, at times, to realize just how much I think of myself - my needs, my agenda, my schedule - and how much Jesus though of others. I want to be more like Him. I want to think of others before self, and Him first of …

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Laying the Groundwork for the Next Leader

Joshua the son of Nun, who stands before you, he shall go in there. Encourage him, for he shall cause Israel to inherit it. ~ Moses, speaking in [youversion]Deuteronomy 1:38[/youversion] Before the beloved leader Moses passed off the scene, he made sure that he did one thing well. He prepared the soil of the people’s hearts for a coming transition in leadership. Moses knew well that “everything rises and falls on leadership” and so for Israel to thrive in the …

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2011: Personal Brand Refinement

Here's a brutally honest statement. December 2010 felt like a month of letting people down. I couldn't meet deadlines. I was terribly behind on returning emails and phone messages. I had a couple of failed experiments. In short, I closed out the month (from a professional and freelance standpoint) disappointed. But I am nowhere near throwing in the towel. On the contrary, I simply set my mind to what I would consider "personal brand refinement" in 2011. Here are some …

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All 8 Food Groups!

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10 Unique Gifts We Hope to Have Under our Tree

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Social Marketing Compass by Brian Solis and JESS3 [Infographic]

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