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1,000 Catches

By Dan Thurmon, Posted August 13th 2018

Do you view discipline as a punishment or as an opportunity to grow? Becoming disciplined to do what’s necessary is the skill that separates those who accomplish their goals from those who simply imagine a better future. And it doesn’t take as long as you might think. The real key is consistency....


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Challenge your characters

By Maria Murnane, Posted August 13th 2018

My editor once told me that the way to write an interesting novel is to put a series of obstacles in front of the main character. A successful author offered similar advice: Put interesting characters into an interesting situation, and you have the foundation for an interesting story.



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What If?

By John O'Leary, Posted August 13th 2018


Project Daniel Not Impossible LabsMick Ebeling and Not Impossible Labs Help Us Approach Challenges Differently


“Impossible is just a word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It’s an opinion. Impossible is...


Many people that I speak with, including my family, often tell me that "I have to do it." I too have said that many times in the past until I learned that most of the reasons I am where I am today is because I chose a certain pathway. But something came to light for me after I watched the movie,...


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The Beauty of Forest Fires

By Josh Linkner, Posted August 12th 2018

The devastating fires in California remind us of our environment's fragility and how little we can sometimes do to curtail the inevitable. They are also a symbol of power and momentum. In fact, there are few things in nature as mighty as the white-hot intensity of a forest fire. Once they gain...


Dave interviews Scott Armstrong about is your personal vision compelling you?


When people ask for five minutes of your time, know what you're getting yourself into.


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Playing Amputee Soccer

By Josh Sundquist, Posted August 9th 2018

I have the honor of competing on the US Amputee Soccer Team. (In fact, later this month we'll be playing in matches against both Haiti and England!)

It's a great honor to represent my country on the soccer field (or "pitch," as purist football fans would say). I also think the sport is kind of...



People with ALS often lose their ability to move and speak. The Eyewriter technology allows them to communicate through writing with their eyes. Mick Ebeling of Not Impossible Labs created the Eyewriter. Their mission is to create technology that helps people by “recognizing an absurdity [that...


Dave interviews Don Barden about what does the power of gratitude mean.