Posts for Self Improvement

The Five Words that Changed My Business

Business, Self Improvement - Daniel - March 6, 2019

Even though it feels like an eternity, I’ve only been in the “official” entrepreneurial landscape for two and a half years. I’ve…

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The Purpose of This Blog

Agriculture, Business, Family, Health, Politics, Religion, Self Improvement - Daniel - October 19, 2017

I’ve been in the internet marketing industry for almost 4 years. When I first started, I knew little about what went on…

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Book Review: “Finish” by Jon Acuff

Business, Self Improvement - Daniel - October 18, 2017

Jon Acuff is what I would consider a “new age” author, meaning that he attempts to connect with his audience via humor…

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“Up That Mountain”

Business, Health, Poetry, Religion, Self Improvement - Daniel - July 17, 2017

I chose to go up the mountain, I could have chosen no. I was safe down below where the pines and aspens…

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The Birth of Morningdove

Business, Self Improvement - Daniel - March 22, 2017

I couldn’t sleep. No matter what I tried, the excitement, nervousness, and and jitters wouldn’t wear off. I knew that this was…

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How Chopping Wood Increased My Sales

Business, Self Improvement - Daniel - August 30, 2016

This month marks three years that I have sold pest control. Slammed doors, angry people (and their dogs), and constant rejection is…

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At 26, I Just Learned That I’m a Morning Person

Business, Self Improvement - Daniel - February 10, 2016

This morning I rolled out of bed refreshed and ready to go. No, that is not a typo. I always knew that…

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Raw Potatoes and Marriage

Agriculture, Family, Self Improvement - Daniel - March 5, 2014

Growing up on a farm, I was able to see the planting, growing, and harvesting of a variety of different crops. Wheat,…

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My Life as a Chicken-Fibber

Agriculture, Family, Self Improvement - Daniel - October 27, 2008

The 9 year-old me walked through the front door on a sunny May afternoon, tired from a long day at school. Dad…

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