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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Think you can’t learn Chinese? Think you’re not smart enough or for some reason there’s a mental barrier preventing you from mastering that difficult language? Hogwash. Over 1 billion people on the planet today have done it and thousands of … Continue reading
I read something recently about getting things done versus making things happen. At first glance they seem very much related. But they really are quite different. Getting things done is much easier. It involves going through the checklist of life day in … Continue reading
I saw an interesting report on the news recently. Seems as though many food producers have decided to cope with the poor economy not by raising prices but instead by putting less product in their packaging. In my book, that’s pretty … Continue reading
While going through a slide-show of the recent devastation in Japan, I came across this picture. I couldn’t figure out what it was until I read the caption: Schoolbags are recovered from Okawa elementary school in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture on … Continue reading
Yesterday we described the first Greatest Commandment of loving God with all one’s heart, soul, and mind as the greatest defense anyone could have. But if this is true, then the second Greatest Commandment, loving others as yourself, must be the greatest … Continue reading
So how did I come about the all too obvious (since Jesus said it) conclusion that both the Greatest Commandments really are the greatest? It all came together while reflecting one day on what it is people value. You see, some … Continue reading
March Madness — we’re in full swing now. By the time you read this post the NCAA basketball tournament will be down to the final 16 teams out of a beginning roster of 68. I wonder what it would be like … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe but it’s been almost 6 months since I started posting on RiverGroups.com. Coming up on this anniversary I realized I haven’t posted an “administrative” type post since the very beginning of this endeavor. There have been … Continue reading
You know, it’s strange how certain post ideas come to me sometimes. The one I’m going to share with you today came to me from reading a business/marketing blog from Seth Godin. He was the VP of Marketing for Yahoo and founded … Continue reading
This is Pastor Brad. And when I first built RiverGroups.com, I had no idea tue value it would have in the lives of so many. And I wanted to express my thanks. To God I am eternally thankful for using … Continue reading