Monthly Archives: July 2013

Doomsday Dining Plan Should Start With Nutrilite’s Double X

Fourteen years ago, when 1999 was closing in on 2000 and computer clocks were closing in on updating from “99” to “00,” we had a global collective freak-out. With the media fanning the flames, there were numerous stories about the…

World Wide DreamBuilders’ Underappreciated Core Step: Accountability

The world is filled with folks who don’t do what they say they’re going to do, who shirk responsibility, who try to cover up when they mess up. And over the years, so as not to go mad, I have…

Gratitude Slips: Counting—and Writing—Our Blessings, Day by Day

Since our children were about three years old, the centerpiece of our bedtime ritual has been a gratitude reflection. One by one we share and usually it’s at least a few items apiece, from activities we enjoyed to people we…

Treadmill Tale From WWDB’s Brad Duncan Aids My Workout Comeback

It’s rather astounding, how resourceful and imaginative I can get when coming up with ways to skip working out. I avoid it with a steady, unfailing consistency that goes back to my earliest memories of getting into exercise clothing and…

TV or Not TV, That is the Question

You’ve probably heard of TV Turn-Off Week? We’ve had TV Turn-Off for roughly 900 weeks. And with our children about to turn 10 years old, I can say with confidence that not having a TV has been one of the…

Humor, Negative Motivation Help Propel WWDB Diamonds Dan & Sandy Yuen

All things being equal, would you rather hang out with someone who makes you laugh or someone who is dull and dour? The answer should be obvious and helps explain the success of people who take their work—but not themselves—seriously.…