along the way

observations on the journey

Made for This

My wife, Sally, and I were recently discussing one of our employees and she commented, “She’s made for this.” What a powerfully evocative expression. Think of the people you know. How many would you characterize as doing something for which they were made? Hold that thought for a moment, we’ll come back to it. Just […]

Surprised by the Unexpected

In spite of any headlines you’ve been seeing, our world is opening back up in so many encouraging ways. Over the last ten days, I’ve been in six cities, met with dozens of people, and found myself refreshingly surprised. Repeatedly. There is much movement in our great Nation and the wheels are turning powerfully behind […]

Dangerously Beautiful

A few weeks ago, my post Lead with Beauty, talked about the power of beauty to engage others with the irrational, the magical, and the heart-touching. It struck a chord with some of you. The theme returned this week in a call with our design team as we were discussing a software project. The purpose […]

Your Story Lies Within

He does not despise real woods because he has read of enchanted woods; the reading makes all real woods a little enchanted. C.S. Lewis Over the last few weeks, I’ve been putting the final touches on my next book. The final edit and revision cycle for a book project is one of the more difficult […]

What Do You See?

Have you returned to the office yet? Our building is located in the heart of Indianapolis and I like to drive through the city to get there. Occasionally, I find myself stopped at one particular railroad crossing near the office. Depending on the day and my frame of mind, having to wait for a train […]

Lead With Beauty

Begin with the beautiful, which leads you to the good, which leads you to the truth. Bishop Robert Barron On the wall of my office are six large, framed, photographs of cathedrals we visited in France and Spain during our 500 mile walk along the Camino de Santiago. I chose these particular images for three […]

Because I Love You

Have I ever mentioned that my grandchildren live a few houses away from us? It is truly a blessing. As we were walking earlier this week, our 3 1/2 year old grandson ran out of his front door (as mom watched) to greet us and let us know that he wanted to walk with us. […]

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Every Day is Game Day – Hardback

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Remember waking up thinking of a competition, presentation, or performance ahead of you? The thrill. The butterflies. Every day presents an opportunity to try your best, to be your best. This book is a personal growth devotional that leads the reader through key opportunities to make every day a game day in his or her own life.

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