Is your curriculum sabotaging your child’s education?

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Laying a secure foundation in your child’s education while operating in the midst of a changing world becomes harder every day. Conflicting worldviews occur even in homeschooling curricula and programs. Cultural changes are the result of generations of public education that have conditioned society to accept relativism as normal. We have all been exposed to The Dialectic Process and will become Read More

Keep the Heart of Your Children

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In seeking to raise young entrepreneurs, we parents should remember to teach our children how to control themselves, not just be controlled. Many young people begin to notice entrepreneurial stirrings at the ages of 10 to 13. This is a hard time for teenagers as they change from childhood into adulthood. Even though they won't admit it, they need us. Instead of Read More

Do You See as God Sees?

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Let’s discuss some eye opening concepts about how God sees your career from a new book this Monday night at 8:30pm ET. Join the members of our online community for this Book of the Month webcast. If you’re not a member, you can join for just a dollar here: And, oh, by the way, there Read More

Your #1 Priority for 2013

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When planning for the new year, the first thing I teach my home business students is to put their family vacations on the calendar. What? Start with vacation? Isn’t that the reward instead of the project? Absolutely. Always think backwards. That’s one of Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Having something wonderful to Read More