Tag: Donald Miller

What makes an expert?

I was watching a hunting show that started with a dramatic series of numbers. The first was that it takes 10,000 hours for someone to become an expert, then touted that the show’s host had over triple that of hunting experience. Okay, that’s an impressive amount of time, but then I started thinking about how

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A quote to live by

(SitNews) Klawock, Alaska – I was putting together a list of quotes for a graduate school class and ended up tying my brain in a massive ball of wisdom from John Wooden to Jimmy Chitwood in Hoosiers. I started to wonder if there was a quote or two that I live by. Not that I’d

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Same fish, new rivers this new year

Well, are we all ready? Are we standing on top of a grassy hill, fishing rods, hunting rifles, mountain bikes, ab-rollers, recycling bins and piggy banks raised above our collective heads, calling out “Freedom” like William Wallace, ready to attack the new year like “warrior poets”? Hope so. By this time next year we will

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