Archive for January, 2009

Page by Page

January 28, 2009

I discovered this week that when you take two paperback books and weave them together page by page, it is almost impossible to separate them.  The only reliable way to get the books separated is to unweave them page by page.  My friend Darren Johansen pointed out to me that this is a lot like relationships.  The small daily efforts we make to serve, love, and lift each other weave us together in a bond that is almost impossible to break.  The converse is also true – strong bonds are broken a little bit at a time.  Pay attention to the little things!


No great thing is created suddenly.



If you missed our “Facing Your Giants” call last week, you can pick up the recording at:



Facing Your Giants Teleseminar

January 22, 2009

Facing Your Giants Teleseminar

In this special episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul publishes a teleseminar called Facing Your Giants.  In this presentation, Dr. Paul shares four steps to restore your confidence in taking down the giants in your life including:

  1. Identify and Define the Giant
  2. Revive and Nurture Your Vision
  3. Gather Your Resources to Slay the Giant
  4. Transform Adversity Into Opportunity

A special offer to the attendees is mentioned at the end of the presentation through  The password for the offer is “fyg”.   If you picked up this podcast after the expiration date of the offer, please contact Dr. Paul at for an alternative offer just for Live On Purpose Radio subscribers, and mention “Facing Your Giants” in the subject line.

Remember, nothing can be IN your way, unless you are already ON your way!

The Power To Inspire

January 21, 2009

  (I hope you have already registered to join me on the phone Wednesday for “Facing Your Giants” – if not, there is still time!)


As you can tell from my weekly messages and the kinds of shows you get at Live On Purpose Radio, I’m in the business of collecting and sharing inspiring stories and ideas.  I’ve been paying attention and have noticed that EVERY inspiring story has a hard part in the middle.  Stories that don’t have a hard part in the middle just don’t inspire me.  Apply this now to the hard things you are facing.  This is the very stuff that will give YOU the power to inspire others.  Don’t you dare give up – you’re not done yet.


If you can find a path with no obstacles,

It probably doesn’t lead anywhere.

       Frank A. Clark


Remember – I want you on the call Wednesday!  There is no charge for the ticket, but you have to register at

What They Want

January 14, 2009

The shortest route to get what you want is to help as many other people as possible to get what they want.  Take a minute and a half right now to view and share this video message:



A man wrapped up in himself

makes a very small bundle.

       Benjamin Franklin


Please don’t close this message until you read about “Facing Your Giants”!!


 Facing Your Giants

Mark your calendar and plan to join me next Wednesday – January 21st from 6:00 to 6:45 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) on your phone for a F*R*E*E Tele-seminar.
I have developed a process that can restore your confidence and keep you moving forward in the midst of adversity and challenges.  Everyone has giants in their way – I want to help you bring yours down!
Register now at: 
and please share this invitation with at least five other people in your life.  After you register (at no charge) I will send you the access codes to get into the conference call.  I look forward to having you on the call next week!

No Means Next

January 7, 2009

You have great things to offer this world.  The catch is that not everybody wants what you have to offer.  That means you are going to get a lot of “no”s as you start to offer what you have.  How tragic it is that many withhold their offer because they are afraid of the “no”.  Just think, if you offer a $100 value, and you get four “no”s for every “yes” – that means that every “no” is worth 20 bucks!  Be greatful for those “no”s and remember that “no” really just means “next…”


Failure is simply the opportunity to

Begin again more intelligently.

       Henry Ford