I think there are many lessons on leadership that can be learned from this entire situation. You have to take a look at his career at UGA to get a better overview of the situation. 15 Years, 145-51, 14 bowl games, and 2 SEC championships. I would say that was impressive. 1. Sometimes leadership change... Continue Reading →
The ability to run. This morning I am running a 5k to assist a wonderful local charity. This charity is MUST Ministries. This is from their website: Serving our neighbors in need… transforming lives and communities in response to Christ's call. Vision to become Georgia's most respected Servant Leader - Restoring lives one person and... Continue Reading →
As a leader it is important to constantly improve your skills. One way to do this is to practice them over and over. Repetition helps you improve but what if you are doing the same thing. If you practice the same actions you will never improve. One way to improve your actions is to seek... Continue Reading →
This is not my normal type of blog. It is one about something that I saw and I am curious about because there are very few answers. These are just some thoughts I had while visiting this monument. Have you ever heard of a man named R. C. Christian? I have never heard of him... Continue Reading →
I am thankful for vacation time. It will be nice to be at home this week with my boys. I can't wait until Thursday so Brandy will be off for four days with us. This will be a nice time of relaxing...I hope 😉
“The King will answer and say to them, 'Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.'” Matthew 25:40 NASB I have been reading tweets this afternoon about the refugees. I have been looking at... Continue Reading →
Source: Kenneth Brookss Personal Page for Gobble Jog 2015 I will be running a 5k as a part of a team with other employees of my organization. Here is a link to the donation page. The money goes to support MUST Ministries. This is a great way to support your community.
I am thankful that 15 year old son went to church with us for the first time in over a year. It was an answered prayer. Now I pray we can get him to go back more often.
Today I am thankful for my wife. Today my wife turns 37. I first want to wish her a happy birthday. She is such an amazing woman. She has a wonderful heart. She cares deeply about her family and will do anything for us. She has made sacrifices just to make sure we are happy. ... Continue Reading →