HT Alum Dave Sanderson’s Interview with Entrepreneur Magazine After Surviving Plane Crash

Do you recall the story of Flight 1549, dubbed the "Miracle on the Hudson"? Halftime Alum, Dave Sanderson, was on that flight. In fact, he was the last man off the plane after it landed on the Hudson River! As he patiently waited in the 36 degree water of the Hudson River, Sanderson clung to a lifeboat until he was rescued. Flash forward, Sanderson has endeavored upon a new life path using public speaking and entrepreneurship to inspire leaders across the nation. In some respects, Sanderson, president of Dave Sanderson Speaks

HT Alum Dave Sanderson’s Interview with Entrepreneur Magazine After Surviving Plane Crash2017-08-09T22:23:50-05:00

Alumni Spotlight: John Ramstead Goes From Tragedy to Transformation

What have you been surprised by in your second half? Each month, we highlight a story of a Halftime Institute Alum in the hopes that their story will encourage and inspire many others in their second half journeys. Our alumni network, which we affectionately refer to as “Halftime Nation,” is full of surprises. Two really pleasant ways I’ve been surprised in the last year are the subject of this month’s alumni spotlight. First, I’m constantly surprised by the diversity of the people who have benefitted from (or are currently

Alumni Spotlight: John Ramstead Goes From Tragedy to Transformation2017-08-09T22:23:07-05:00

Want Flexibility? Just Ask.

By Diane Paddison, 4word Founder and President “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens, a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot…” Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 This passage is a constant reminder to me to trust in God’s timing and to let go of my own expectations. To paraphrase it specifically for work would sound something like this: there is a time to press forward at work, and a time to lean back;

Want Flexibility? Just Ask.2018-06-05T15:15:22-05:00


By Bob Buford That bone-level fatigue you’re feeling may be the subtle wear and tear of uncertainties veering from a global financial meltdown to the general 24/7, multi-media onslaught of reasons we go without sleep. How does a person manage? The words I hear from myself and others are, “No one can know.” Not long ago I attended a lecture by Lewis Lapham, current editor of the fascinating Lapham Quarterly, each issue a collection of “wisdom of the ages” on a single topic (politics, family, money, arts and letters to pick a

FOUR REASONS THE GLASS IS HALF FULL2018-02-01T21:59:42-06:00
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