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Simple Steps to Change – Be a Laser

Quantum physics teaches us that everything is in motion – including you! Thoughts, ideas, beliefs … they have energy, too. The most successful people have learned how to bring this energy to their work, relationships, and the causes they believe in.

Here’s the good news: you don’t have to understand quantum physics (or be a rocket scientist) to learn how to harness the power of energy.

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing simple habits that will release new energy and momentum into your life. Are you ready? Let’s get started!


The difference between a flood light and a spot light is a matter of concentration. The reason a laser (which is concentrated light) can cut through steel and concrete is because all of its energy is focused on one specific area.

As we start this journey of transformation, it’s important to be clear about your expectations. Clarity of purpose will cut through the fog of uncertainty, doubt, and fear.

I would encourage you to keep a journal using a notebook, Evernote, or simply a Word document.

QUESTION: Over the next two weeks, what one area of life will you focus your energy on?

Experience and Background

  • Professor at Warner University
  • masters in business administration (mba)
  • presenter at the WFX National Conference
  • former president, Church Planters of the Rockies
  • helped start 2 for-profit tech companies

Sermon Videos

To get a better feel for my style and personality, you can watch past sermons on our YouTube channel.

Coaching Opportunities

One of the things I enjoy the most is helping individuals or organizations reach their full potential.  It’s been said, “everyone wins when a leader gets better.”

Guest Speaking

Need an engaging speaker for your event or conference? At the moment, I am available on a limited basis to speak for seminars, workshops, or worship services. Click here to learn more.

Trouble Sleeping?

I’ve written a few books that might help! You’ll find books on preaching, leadership, Ephesians, as well as my first novel. Follow this link to learn more.