Hi, Jack Zufelt here. I love helping others and I feel it is a mission from above to use my God given talents, wisdom and knowledge to bless others. My weekend retreats do that in a very BIG way. Here is a poem written by a graduate of The Zufelt Experience. (TZE) Read it and [...]
What is all the chatter and buzz about this thing called TZE? TZE? People all over the world are asking, “What in the world IS TZE???” It is still one of the world’s best kept secrets. No more! Now, with the help of the internet, I am telling millions what it is and why it [...]
St. Patrick’s Day, Leprechauns, Luck-o-the-Irish and Money in your pocket! Hi ya lass and laddie! And do ya be warin a bit o’ green taday? Leprechauns are those mischievous, wispy little magical guys who are famous for two things; mending shoes and pots of gold supposedly hidden at the base of rainbows. The legend goes [...]
President’s day should be more than an extra day off work and no mail is delivered. Or worse yet, seeing it celebrated with a mattress sales and big “sale” promotions on a myriad of products from automobiles to furniture. President’s Day began in 1796. It was originally created to celebrate the birthday of George Washington, [...]
There is an incredible latent energy within each of us just waiting to be unleashed and focused in our behalf. Everyone is blessed with it. I call it the Conquering Force. In fact, everything that you do, have or become is a direct result of it. Webster’s Dictionary defines the word conquer as “To get what one seeks. To get possession of. To overcome by physical, mental or moral force.”
This is the month for Thanksgiving and I love it! Let’s be thank FULL for our abundant lives. And we can be grateful for the things we perceive as bad. Is that possible? Can we really say thank you for that bad thing that happened today or the challenges and problems in our lives? Can [...]
The Secret? Here is the truth– there is no secret! Many, top experts in the field of human development and achievement, including me disagree with the popular concepts taught in the movie, “The Secret”. We refused to have anything to do with that movie and movement once we learned what it was all about.
The beginning of the story is true – the couple awoke to realize their kids were upstairs in the burning house. But of course the guy didn’t make a New Year’s Resolution. He didn’t think about rewards. In fact, he didn’t think at all! He groped his way to the stairs, staggered up to the second floor and searched until he found the two little boys, huddled in terror in a corner. Then he grabbed one each under an arm and ran for the stairs and the exit.
Pa never had much compassion for the lazy or those who squandered their means and then never had enough for the necessities. But for those who were genuinely in need, his heart was as big as all outdoors. It was from him that I learned the greatest joy in life comes from giving, not from receiving. It was Christmas Eve 1881. I was fifteen years old and feeling like the world had caved in on me because there just hadn’t been enough money to buy me the rifle that I’d wanted for Christmas. We did the chores early that night for some reason. I just figured Pa wanted a little extra time so we could read in the Bible.
Yesterday I shared an article with you from my friend Roger
Allen from the Human Development Institute, on the gifts of
giving. Today I wish to share with you a story to warm your