Joël Malm

About My Wife’s Stressful Cooking

About My Wife’s Stressful Cooking

When I was in college I got tired of eating out so I decided I needed to learn to cook. A girl from work taught me a few basic things I could make with garlic and salt. That first meal took forever to make because…

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When You Realize You’ve Had It All Wrong

When You Realize You’ve Had It All Wrong

Last Sunday, on the recommendation of a coach who is helping me, I sent out a survey asking some specific questions about the people who are engaged in, or have shown interest in Summit Leaders. I’ve been getting a bit discouraged about the speed of…

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My Wife Just Doesn’t Understand

My Wife Just Doesn’t Understand

Recently Emily came along with me to an event I spoke at. As I was getting my notes and presentation ready she sat down and started talking to people in the room. I’ve spoken at this event lots of other times. But when I got…

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Get Out of God’s Way

Get Out of God’s Way

When people find out I started a coffee shop in Peru, lived on the beach in Mexico, started a church, was a judge at the Chinese National Oil Company’s speech competition, climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, founded a not-for-profit leadership training organization, wrote a few books, and…

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Adventure You Didn’t Want

Adventure You Didn’t Want

I took a team hiking on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in Peru. Because of it’s proximity to the equator, the southern region of Peru has two seasons. Rainy and dry. It’s really predictable. June is dry season, so we plan most of our hikes…

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