What Do You Really Want? // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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What Do You Really Want? // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough August 06, 2020

We've got to be honest with ourselves. We say that we "Want" something, but so often do the opposite. A competing hierarchy of desires causes us to miss out on becoming the man we long to be. At the end of the day, if we aren't achieving our "wants" it's because we have other, stronger desires that are winning out.

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I'm Back! - Part One & Two // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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I'm Back! - Part One & Two // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough July 30, 2020

My marriage nearly failed and my business (Rustic and Main) has been growing and needing more attention. I decided to put Wolf & Iron on hold in order to take care of life and business. As I get back into the swing of things I wanted to share some insights with you.

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Memento Aeternum // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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Memento Aeternum // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough March 26, 2020

In contrast to Memento Mori, Memento Aeternum calls us to "Remember that we are Eternal". Why is this significant? When we have too much focus on this life being our only shot, we can get locked in indecision. Every decision has consequences, and most decisions mean selecting one potentially good thing and leaving 5 other good things on the table, never to be tried.

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Why MLMs are a Bad Idea // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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Why MLMs are a Bad Idea // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough March 19, 2020

Confession time: I used to be in Amway. Yeah, it's a bit odd for me to even think back on that time. But, I was young and it was my first introduction to the concept of being successful. Coming from humble beginnings as I did, the idea of making it big was tremendously powerful. If nothing else, I learned how to dream for the future I wanted and saw a few examples of other people who started with little and made much.

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The Greatest Dad Ever // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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The Greatest Dad Ever // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough March 12, 2020

I've heard from a number of fathers how they long for their kids to know the joys of an 80s childhood, free of technology and plenty of time outside with your friends. I've often longed for this as well...even as an adult! There is no mistaking that the world we live in has changed. Things have gotten soft and along with it, ourselves and the next generation are softer. But, there are some good things as well.

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Generating Light Instead of Heat // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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Generating Light Instead of Heat // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough March 05, 2020

How can we generate light instead of heat? How can we illuminate a problem without burning out everyone around us just to make a point?

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You Need a Band of Brothers // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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You Need a Band of Brothers // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough February 27, 2020

Stephen Mansfield spoke at our church's men's retreat in 2019 and really hit home the need for a band of brothers. Study after study shows that men are lonely like never before. But, are we even aware of how isolated we are? Do we recognize the need for loyal men in our lives that will stand shoulder to shoulder with us?

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How Great Men Study & Learn // Scott Hambrick of Online Great Books
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How Great Men Study & Learn // Scott Hambrick of Online Great Books

by Mike Yarbrough February 07, 2020

A man who is working the heed the High Call on his life longs for others to discuss and debate the great ideas of the ages with. My guest, Scott Hambrick of Online Great Books, and I talk about how Online Great Books brings about the community and accountability to continue diving deep into the great books of old.

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B-Side Vulnerability // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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B-Side Vulnerability // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough January 23, 2020

True transparency is a rare thing these days. While we may still ask for prayers on social media, it's typically for someone else. We tend to showcase the good times and leave out the negative, and that actually makes sense in a public forum. When life is delivering us a swift kick to our salty hammock, we don't need trite responses: we need a brother.

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The ADHD Adrenaline Connection // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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The ADHD Adrenaline Connection // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough January 16, 2020

As a kid, I had a hard time focusing on schoolwork...or pretty much any work that I didn't find interesting. Much of this was the result of simply being a boy and trying to fit an energetic kid into an overly structured environment. But, as an adult I've noticed some of the same tendencies. Sitting still for long periods of time doing work that doesn't grab my focus is hard. Yet, I've been able to accomplish quite a bit both because of and in spite of any ADD/ADHD tendencies I may have.

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Don't Find Yourself // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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Don't Find Yourself // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough January 09, 2020

We've all heard the mantra of "finding ourselves". Apparently, this can be a lifelong journey but it often looks a lot like a midlife crisis that lasts for a decade or more. After many years of living life as an adult, people are quick to throw off responsibility in favor of the freedom they have been missing out on. Too often, though, the pendulum swings too far to the other side and instead of "finding themselves", they find themselves more lost than ever.

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What's Your Word of the Year? // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY
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What's Your Word of the Year? // TRUCK TALK THURSDAY

by Mike Yarbrough January 02, 2020

This is my 4th year of having a specific word to focus on. In hindsight, this has had more of a lasting effect on me than goal setting. Goals can often be marked by behavior change, but adhering to a word is to adhere to a definition...or a defining of one's character; it's much more introspective.

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