Have you ever read Genesis chapter 1? In an entire day God created day and night! On a second day He created heaven. After 6 days He created everything you see, and on day 7 He rested. I struggle to get through a busy day at work, let alone an entire week. Our God is
Here’s a quick clip from the college section in my new book IMPACT. You can learn more about the book and even attend the book launch here. The average college student spends 45 hours each week playing video games, drinking beer, and going to parties while spending another 70 hours sleeping. If your intent in going
Have you ever made a mistake? Has a mistake you’ve made had a dollar sign and ZERO’s to it? Of course you have! In business these mistakes have results that get magnified huge. Running a business is tough work until you hire someone and then it just gets insanely difficult.
Since it’s Debt Free Friday on our site I thought it’d be fitting to give an excerpt from the debt chapter of my new book IMPACT: Ask the average person on the Forbes 400 wealthiest people in North America list and none of them will tell you they made all their money from going into
Can you imagine leaving a $1,000 tip for your waiter at Christmas Eve dinner? What about personally funding a $30,000 water well in Africa? Or funding a building project for a school in Guatemala?
The odds are that if you’re a photographer then you love taking pictures, but hate the process of selling them. And if you hate selling them, then you really hate the order fulfillment side of things. Maybe you’re a real estate agent and love dealing with people, but processing all of the contract information it takes to
I don’t consider myself to be prideful. Maybe you are. But me, I’m humble through and through. When we meet, your first thoughts are probably, “That Casey guy, man he just has the gift of humility,” and then I’ll tell you the story of quitting my job, selling my house, and moving to Guatemala to
Are our kids getting too round? No I don’t mean obese kids. You hear the phrase “well-rounded” frequently in our culture, especially when it comes to high school students and college applications. If you ask me, round is a pretty boring shape. It’s polished, finished, uniform, and doesn’t really stand out from the crowd. A