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135: 10 Tips to Make a Difference

135: 10 Tips to Make a Difference

Life takes on noticeably greater depth and purpose when we are actively living to make a difference. It’s not enough just to be against something, we have to know how to stand for something and how to persuade others. If you’ve reached the point where you’re no longer content shouting slogans from the sidelines, here are some proven tips to help you wield your influence wisely.   Links mentioned: How Do You Describe Yourself? by Paul Rosenberg
April 11, 2019
79: What Ever Happened To the Boy Scouts?

79: What Ever Happened To the Boy Scouts?

The Boy Scouts have been a familiar part of the American landscape for more than 100 years. To this day, having earned one’s Eagle Scout award carries an overtone of honor and accomplishment. Like other institutions, however, the Boy Scouts have been subjected to increasing pressure from social justice groups. Now that the LDS Church has announced it will be separating itself from Scouting, what does this say about the future of the Scouts?  
May 11, 2018
19: Lawrence Reed on FEE and Real Heroes

19: Lawrence Reed on FEE and Real Heroes

When’s the last time you heard something that lifted your heart and inspired you to stand tall for your most cherished beliefs? So much of the information that streams into our lives today leaves us feeling anything but empowered. Here comes a healthy dose of encouragement. Lawrence Reed from the Foundation for Economic Education joins us to discuss how FEE is helping to educate those who still value the principles of individual liberty and free markets. He also shares inspiring examples from his book Real Heroes: True Stories of Courage, Character and Conviction regarding some of the best qualities that […]
August 18, 2017