Author Archive: Dr. Nick Fanning

Blogs and the future of this website.

Honestly I don’t know. Blogs are certainly less popular these days and I can reach and be twice as effective using video and social media. So we have a few options if you like my content: 1. Follow us on Facebook for announcements and content that is provided WAY faster and more frequently than here. 2. Sign up for the…
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Holiday CHAOS – Why do we do it?

UGH – I hate the drama that comes with the holidays!  It’s supposed to be a time for reflection and family and worship and yet so many of us divebomb into the chaos that settles in. Here’s your action plan: Write down what you need to avoid next year. Also, what did you vow to never do/let happen again. Now…
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Plan 2018 for SUCCESS

Take a moment and think about the upcoming year.  Think of all the possibilities and how much potential there is for you.   In fact, take a moment and visualize who you have become one year from now.  Are you “MORE”?  And how so?  Physically, Spiritually, Socially (including spouse and kids), and Financially.  Are you “MORE”? And now, plan some events…
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Starting Habits

Have you ever heard of the x-effect? It’s quite profound, in fact it’s kind of addicting.  And it helps you quit bad habits or start good ones. Simply put, we love getting on a roll, like starting a row of dominos, and creating a chain of success. This is what it looks like: The principle is simple.  And here are…
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Halloween is next week – are you ready?

This is a glorious “Part 2” from my post last week, check it out if you haven’t already.  We’re talking about this massive diabete’s insuing ritual of trick or treating that is about to take place on Monday.  And what I mean about “have a plan” is what are you going to do about keeping your kids healthy? Sugar is…
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When to step away

If I’m given 6 hours to cut down a tree, I spend the first four sharpening the saw. – Abraham Lincoln   When is it time to step away and renew yourself?  Yet, it also seems like some of us get addicted to the down time and it becomes an issue.  So how much is enough and how much is…
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