Category Archives: Right in the Eye

Right in the Eye: Part 5 – Extraordinary

What kind of person do you want to be? When people have to stand and talk about you when you’re gone, what do you want them to say? Do you realize that’s up to you? What if you decided to … Continue reading

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Right in the Eye: Part 4 – Nobody’s that Stupid

Chances are your greatest regret can be traced back to a decision where your body wanted something that your heart knew was wrong. An appetite was raging. You saw something or someone you wanted—even though he, she, or it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Right in the Eye: Part 3 – Like Everybody Else

You think you want to be like everybody else. But everybody else takes their cues from everybody else. Being like everybody else just makes you average—worried, in debt, bored, and dissatisfied with what you have. If you knew that living … Continue reading

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Right in the Eye: Part 2 – One King Leads to Another

The bottom line, the kind of thing that’s driving our time together around this series, is we’re looking at sort of like the underbelly of the American Dream, sort of that unspoken part of the American Dream that goes like … Continue reading

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Right In the Eye: Part 1 – Black, White, and Shades of Gray

There’s an unstated part of the American dream. It goes like this: “We have the freedom to do what we want, when we want, with whom we want, and nobody can tell us what to do…as long as it doesn’t … Continue reading

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