Fisher’s LIFE Subscription Top Ten – February 2012

Here it comes . . . . Hot off the press . . . . And we are so excited to encourage you to dive into this information and check it out for yourself!  If you have a subscription-open it up. 🙂 If you do not, visit the LIFE site and try one out.

  1. We may have a disagreement, but we don’t have to be disagreeable.
  2. Communication is required.
  3. I never slept alone til I was married.
  4. Arguments come down to control over time, money and energy.
  5. A thing is worth what it can do for you, not what you paid for it.
  6. If you think you are a leader, but no one is following you, you are just on a walk.
  7. It’s the greatest mistake to do nothing because you can only do a little, do what you can.
  8. America was founded by a bunch of rough individualists willing to take on individual responsibility for their actions, in fact willing to face starvation in forests of North America sooner than stand in the bread-lines of Europe.
  9. Reforvivalsance
  10. The reason why so many people don’t make it to the top is because they spend too much time on their bottom.

Wow!  Thanks so much to the leadership of LIFE for the information they provide in such an entertaining manner.  Share your favorite nugget, quote or story in the comments section; iron sharpens iron.

The Fishers 🙂

13 Comments

Filed under Faith, Family, Finances, Fitness, Following/Leadership, Freedom, Friends, Fun, LIFE, Team

13 responses to “Fisher’s LIFE Subscription Top Ten – February 2012

  1. Jeff Stockhausen

    Thanks for your top 10 highlights! I know you could have wrote the top 20-30 and more. I am amazed at the ongoing information that comes from the Leadership, the LIFE and the AGO subscriptions every month so far. The Lens Effect by Orrin is a fantastic CD sharing a self perspective from a victim lens to the leadership lens with true leadership principles that anyone can learn and grow if desired.
    Thank you Richard and Jammie for your huge role in leading the charge!

  2. Love this feature! Thinking about your Top 10 really gives the opportunity to pick a couple of ideas that you can personally apply. Thanks for sharing!

  3. John and Penny Graff

    I’ll just agree with Mr. Brady and be totally safe! Kidding…. I love how Kirk and Cassie are teaching their kids when they are out shopping and a child says “I want …” and Kirk asks: “Did you bring your wallet?”
    Also, Jeff is right on- Lens effect is a Woodward classic on worldview/leadership!
    Thanks Fishers, you guys rock!
    love, J n P

    • Thanks guys! Birtles are awesome. We are seeing some results implementing what they teach in our home, it’s amazing how quickly things become wants not needs when the money comes from your own wallet. A principle worth spreading to people of all ages I dare say.

  4. Kayla Krumm

    Thank you for this post. Some of the top 10 are really making me think. I love to come on here when having a bad day and then the information just snaps me right out of it. Thank you for sharing this, will be thinking about the top 10 in my head all night long 🙂

  5. Thanks again for a great post! Enjoy reading the top 10.
    Steve Leurquin

  6. Thanks for sharing your top 10 Richard and Jammie. I am always amazed at your ability to synthesize information and present it in such an easy-to-read/understand way. We are so proud of your accomplishments in LIFE leadership and thank you for being an inspiration for us.

    Matt

  7. Kristi Travis

    This was AWESOME! I couldn’t agree more with what Matt said above, actually, what everyone said! You are amazing leaders and every time you grace the stage, I KNOW the message shared is going to be GREAT! Thanks Richard and Jammie, you guys are an inspiration!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s