Recently I found myself in New Orleans for the very first time. My initial experience at the airport wasn’t a very good one and is outlined here. However, once I made it into the city, things changed……
Below are the Top 10 most read posts in 2014. This is a really random list and speaks to the unfocusedness (is that a word?) of my blog. Everything from productivity tips to airports and Crossfit. It’s random.
Here they are, starting off with the number one most read post of 2014!
This post outlines 5 things that make your organization’s resources strategic. It’s no wonder that people keep finding it on Google and keep reading it. These characteristics are timeless.
This is one of my personal favorites. In this post I outline 3 things that make Samaritan’s Purse great. It’s a short read, but I think you can gain a lot out of it.
This is my favorite post. This is an extremely personal one in which I write a little bit about someone who has greatly impacted my life, Josh Hoffman. He passed away earlier this year so I felt compelled to write something.
This is probably one of the more useful posts on my blog. In it I track my usage of the American Airlines Admirals Club membership over the course of one month. I then analyze on whether it’s worth the cost.
This is one of my more lighthearted posts. It’s 3 and a half reasons why Crossfit is terrible for you. Why would I write about that? Because I love Crossfit.
This is a post about my recent experiences at an airport to remain unnamed, until you read it.
This is yet another productivity post that keeps making a comeback. It’s more than 2 years old and extremely short, but people love it!
This is another short posts that gives a prediction about Church growth. Is it coming true? You decide!
Basically, this post deals with being a good steward of your most important resource, time.
Another short oldie, but goodie!
No, I’m not a travel agent, but I have been around, so I don’t mind giving people travel advice. My advice right now is that you should visit San Juan, Puerto Rico. Here are 3 reasons why.
My good friend Luis Gonzalez speaking about the ways his life has been impacted by Operation Christmas Child.