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Day 83 GOOD Everyday Washington

Can you believe it’s been 83 days going, and we’re still going strong? Our tour stops in Washington today. Something that I haven’t typically done is donate to churches. However, I felt compelled to sow in the ministry of Quest Church, specifically their community development fund.  The church is demonstrating GOOD in a phenomenal way.

Intro to Quest Foundations from Quest Church on Vimeo.

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Day 45 GOOD Everyday Florida

We’re in my state, Florida, today. It makes no sense (IMO) for anyone to have an influence beyond their community and not making an impact in their city. Thus, I’m giving a huge shout out to the local Boys & Girls Club of Northeast Florida.

According to their site, their mission is:

“To inspire and enable all young people, especiallyth ose from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.”

Keep pushing BGCNF!


5 Reasons Why You Need A Blog Partner

I’ve been blogging (consistently) for about two years. John of Tentblogger has been extremely helpful in recent days to help fine tune the why and how of blogging.

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak by phone with my blog partner Blane Young. It’s the first time I spoke with someone about blogging…. specifically, my blog. We shared a lot of great ideas about our references for blogging and plans for the future. While I won’t go into detail regarding all of what’s ahead. I can assure of one thing it will be GOOD. That’s a hint 🙂

More importantly, here’s what I learned after talking with Blane. I’m sharing these, because I’m almost certain (so was Blane) that our paths are likely to have never crossed with out this post.

Here are five things I learned that may be of help to you:

  1. Never be afraid to improve
  2. Never be too wise to learn something new from someone else
  3. You can broaden your horizons by listening to people outside of your circle
  4. Except constructive push back, just like positive feedback
  5. Extend the conversation with an actionable follow up (something GOOD is about to happen)

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