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The Only Way You’ll Ever Really Live

The Only Way You’ll Ever Really Live

When I was in my early twenties and felt invincible I started climbing a bunch of big mountains. I got in my head that I was gonna climb the seven summits – the highest mountain on each of the seven continents. The dream was short lived because…

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You’ll Feel Better Once You Give Up

You’ll Feel Better Once You Give Up

A few weeks ago the publisher I really wanted for my new book rejected my manuscript. They said they loved the content, but not enough people know who I am for them to feel confident publishing anything I’ve written. Up until a few years ago…

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Do You Suffer From Selective Abstraction?

Do You Suffer From Selective Abstraction?

A few months ago I spoke at a chapel for a Christian college. The auditorium was packed with college students. I feel pretty young, so I figured I’d really connect with the students. But about four minutes into my talk a student on the second…

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To Those Who Don’t Quite Fit In

To Those Who Don’t Quite Fit In

Last weekend I was honored to speak at a medical mission conference. Yes, you heard right. Medical. Just to be clear, I’m not a doctor. Or a nurse. Or anything medical. But I got asked to speak about what I’m passionate about and enjoyed doing…

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The Single Biggest Problem in Communication

The Single Biggest Problem in Communication

I’ll never forget the time I checked into a hostel in Queenstown, New Zealand and the attractive Kiwi girl at the front desk asked, “You want sex in your room, right?” “Uhm… No….” I responded, slightly shocked by the offer. I had stayed in lots of…

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