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The John Carver Show is a "self-help/self development" forum that provides tools, ideas and concepts to help listeners reach their goals in life.

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In June 2015 I shared a sermon called "A Lesson for Survival." Some of what you will hear, in this show, includes: Our stress comes because we are not in the moment but rather worried about the future implications of our choices. There have been countless people, for centuries, who have gotten ?stuck? when faced with opportunities because they are worried about the (potential) negative implications of their actions. Analysis paralysis or paralysis by analysis is an anti-pattern, the state of over-analyzing (or over-thinking) a situation so that a decision or action is never taken, in effect paralyzing the outcome. "Don't wait until everything is just right. It will never be perfect. There will always be challenges, obstacles, and less than perfect conditions. So what? Get started now. With each step you take, you will grow stronger and stronger, more and more skilled, more and more self-confident, and more and more successful." Mark Victor Hansen "Successful people have fear, successful people have doubts, and successful people have worries. They just don't let these feelings stop them." T. Harv Eker Our stress comes because we are not in the moment but rather worried about the future implications of our choices. Among other things that I do I am the Pastor of: Faith Outreach Chapel 1713 Rittenhouse Avenue Baltimore MD 21227
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In my line of work I have had the opportunity to meet thousands of people. There have been some (not the majority) who have been SO ugly. I'm not talking about what's on the outside but rather what is on the inside. On today's show I am... more

John Maxwell has been a teacher of Leaders for many years. In this show he shares how MOMENTIUM can be your BEST FRIEND! In a blog he writes: Momentum is the greatest of all change-agents. When a leader has it,... more

In this show I found a recording of NFL great Ray Lewis talking to some young basketball students about having the GRIND every single day. Here are some other words of wisdom from Ray Lewis: ?Every day of my life, I'm trying to find... more

On this show I am sharing a sermon I gave on June 21, 201t called "The Next Lane." Here is some of what I said... There have been times, when I sat down on the bike at the gym, to glance over and see the guy next to me up to five, six... more

Today's show is a talk shared by Pastor Francis Chan. He is addressing the church in this talk to get us all to understand how important it is for us to be the real deal. So many church members play the part but are not REAL.... more

This is a GREAT SPEECH! In his talk from 2013, former Secretary of State Colin Powell shares his personal thoughts on why it's so important to invest in children by giving them structure, responsibility, and a good start in life. He talks about... more

A few years ago Steve Harvey recorded "Don't Trip..." It a hilarious journey into his insights on life and faith. This is just a part of his presentation called "Don't Trip..." In this documentary, filmmaker Leslie Small follows comedian Steve... more

I remember listening to Pastor Chuck Swindoll on the radio when I was in my teens. His soft-spoken manner pulled me into what he was saying. On this show he shares some wisdom (for all of us) on how to stand when you feel like... more

In this show I will share how we associate our past with the potential of accomplishing great things in our lives. Some of what I share in this show includes: There are times when WHAT you tell people isn't as powerful is what... more

Andy Stanley says: There's NO win in COMPARISON. Let's face it. Not a day goes by that you're not tempted to glance to the left and to the right to see how you measure up to the people around you. But it doesn't stop there, does it?... more