A Question That Changes Everything

In 2003, I was named President of Thomas Nelson. It was an extremely busy time. I made some major changes to my executive team and had two vacant positions. As a result, I essentially had three jobs.

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One morning on my way to work, I grabbed my computer case in my right hand, a fresh cup of coffee in my left, and headed downstairs to the garage to leave to work.Four steps from the bottom, I slipped on the carpet. Without a free hand to grab the stair-rail, I tumbled forward. The next thing I knew, I was flat on my fanny on the landing.

This is an excellent article written by Michael Hyatt over at Michael Hyatt. Ever ask yourself “why me”? Instead of asking yourself why me, and dwelling on the past that you cannot change, why not ask yourself a different question and look to the future?

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  1. Hey, I didn’t k now if you noticed, but your article disappears and is missing maybe two or three words on the right side. God bless you! Very good article by the way! Thank you!

Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

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