An Update And Very Limited Offer!!!

IMG_1193Hello again my friends! It’s been a while since I have posted at LeaderKick and I want to thank you for your patience with me! There has been a lot going on in the last month in all areas of my life and it has kept me busy enough that my daily kick’s have needed to pause.

Today, I wanted to give you a quick update about what has been happening with the “Write One Line” movement and offer you a one-time, limited offer on the new “Write One Line” leather journal.

UPDATE: Since I last wrote, many doors have opened up to represent the life changing message of the “Write One Line” practice. From more opportunities to place the journals in local stores to sharing with groups of leaders the “Write One Line” Personal Mission workshop the message is reaching more and more people!

There’s rarely a day that goes by that I am not hearing from someone about how the “Write One Line” practice is making a difference in their life! I can’t tell you how much I enjoy hearing this! The “Write One Line” message is starting to become a movement to make a difference in the world be bringing people more clarity, focus and growth through the powerful daily practice!

So, to celebrate this great progress and connect you as a LeaderKick subscriber even more to the “Write One Line” movement, I have a special 24 hour offer just for you!

OFFER: I recently made several of the new journals (pictured above) for a corporate training event and I have 10 left over. I want to offer these 10 at a $30 discount to LeaderKick readers only as a way to help you develop your own daily “Write One Line” practice!

As we enter a new fall season, there is no better time than the present to make a commitment to growing at a deeper level through the “Write One Line” practice! Now’s the time to get started!

So, grab one and get started, or,  if you already have one, pick one up for a family member or friend and encourage them to start the practice with you! (These journals will also come with the new Journal Companion Guide to coach you through how to best develop your own practice and give you some great ideas to get you started!)

These 10 will be first come, first serve so make sure you go to right now to order and enter the code “leaderkick30” at checkout to get your discount.

Thank you so much for being a LeaderKick subscriber and I hope to get back to more consistent writing in the very near future!

Until next time, Kick’n It!



Living For The Moment vs. Living In The Moment

Although there’s only a one word difference in these statements, the mindset is worlds apart.

This past weekend, I attended my 25 year High School reunion in Miami, FL. I stayed with a good friend in the heart of Miami in the Brickel Ave. area and saw first hand what it looks like to live for the moment. Brickel is a cool area but it’s dedicated to image, partying and sensuality. I felt a literal sense of sadness as I watched people living their lives for the moment and possibly sacrificing much of their future life impact. Living for the moment is doing whatever makes us feel good without a thought or vision for the future influence of our lives.

In contrast to living for the moment, scripture tells us in Ephesians 5:16 to live in the moment by making the most of every day. In fact, Jesus said in John 5:19 that he was living each moment looking for what God was doing and following. This is what it means to live in the moment: to live intentionally, to focus on making a difference in the world around us, to be clear about our life mission and make decisions that lead to a better future.

So, you have a choice today. Choose wisely! Your future depends on it.

Kick’n It,


There Is No Perfect Image!

twinkle smileWe live in a world where everywhere we look, someone is attempting to display a perfect image. Our television, internet and social media outlets all clamor for the perfect image and can easily create a desire within us to fake it to get other people’s attention.

The problem? No one actually has a perfect image!

Now, none of us would disagree with this statement, but often, we posture, put on the perfect face and cover up our real life in order to portray a perfect image to the world around us. This ultimately leads to unhappiness, deeper insecurity and pain.

So, what’s the alternative? Just be who God made you to be, do what you love and would do for free and don’t worry about what everyone around you thinks of you. The interesting thing is that maybe, like this great little story, someone might actually take notice of who you really are, and really like it: The Beat Goes On

Kick’n It,


The Job Comparison

When going through a difficult life circumstance or struggle, I have often heard people invoke the name of Job from the Bible to compare their challenges at some level to the challenges Job faced. However, many times I find that Job is a bad comparison. Here’s why.

As far as we know, Job did nothing to bring his difficult circumstances on himself. In fact, God allows for it. There are certainly times people go through difficult circumstances when they have done nothing to bring it on themselves and they have to wrestle with God about why.

But, more often than not, I’ve watched people go through difficult circumstances that were brought on by choices they made and disobedient actions. When this is the case the difficulty shouldn’t be blamed on God because the struggle is simply the consequence of disobedience.

Because consequences are there to teach us, we need to admit the poor choices we have made and learn from the circumstance we have gotten ourselves into. In these moments, instead of wrestling with God about why, we need to own the responsibility of our disobedience and allow God to teach us and help us grow through it.

So, the next time you go through a difficult journey, give some thought to whether it’s Gods doing or your doing. This will help you respond in the proper way.

Kick’n It,