The George Shinn Foundation is committed to serving a variety of needs throughout the world.

From rebuilding a flooded New Orleans or supporting ministerial students at a Bible college in North Carolina to providing a school, a worship facility, and a medical clinic to earthquake-devastated Haiti, The Shinn Foundation has donated millions of dollars of aid and resources to thousands of people.

Find out more about The George Shinn Foundation here.

    **MIRACLE OF MOTIVATION Monday**

    Each Monday, we have been going through the book, "The Miracle of Motivation" by George Shinn, and highlighting some main points in each chapter. We hope it has been a blessing as we know that the book has been for so many.

    Today, we begin the second unit titled, "Looking, Feeling, and Acting Your Best". We are not going to fly right through these points, but instead take our time going through them as I believe health and appearance should be high on the priority list for everyone!

    You need energy for motivation! It's the one thing successful people have in common, and age makes no difference. You get energy by taking care of your mind and body. Health is a person's physical and mental state, and we are in charge of it, not our doctors alone. However, an annual checkup with a good doctor who is current on medical research and technology is the perfect place to start! Preventative care is vital to good health, don't wait to see a doctor just when there is a problem.

    When it comes to nutrition, do your homework! There is so much out there to help educate us on good foods vs. bad foods, as well as bad habits and their effects on the body and mind. Don't ever get the attitude that it's too late or it is a lost cause, if you are breathing, there is time and good reasons to improve what needs improvement. Diet alone without exercise and recreation will be much less effective. You know how great it feels to take a walk, ride a bike, just stretch in the fresh air and sunshine? That is how the body was designed, it needs exercise and proper nutrition to reap the greatest benefits from it and keep it going strong. "Take time away from the serious and strenuous duties of the day and relax." This recreation should fit somewhere in your daily routine, yes daily!

    As we know, we are not 100% in charge of what happens with our health. Even healthy people become ill, get diseases, have ailments, etc. God has His reasons for all of it, but He has given us our own will and we make our own choices, we ought to do the best within our means, being mindful that many diseases are cured by good nutrition and exercise.

    Thank you for your time, we hope this has been an encouragement and that you will make positive changes this week in this area. God Bless!
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    George Shinn:

    "God has given you gifts and talents to make the world a better place. YOU have purpose!"

    **MIRACLE OF MOTIVATION Monday**

    Each Monday, we have been going through the book, "The Miracle of Motivation" by George Shinn, and highlighting some main points in each chapter. We hope it has been a blessing as we know that the book has been for so many.

    Today, we begin the second unit titled, "Looking, Feeling, and Acting Your Best". We are not going to fly right through these points, but instead take our time going through them as I believe health and appearance should be high on the priority list for everyone!

    You need energy for motivation! It's the one thing successful people have in common, and age makes no difference. You get energy by taking care of your mind and body. Health is a person's physical and mental state, and we are in charge of it, not our doctors alone. However, an annual checkup with a good doctor who is current on medical research and technology is the perfect place to start! Preventative care is vital to good health, don't wait to see a doctor just when there is a problem.

    When it comes to nutrition, do your homework! There is so much out there to help educate us on good foods vs. bad foods, as well as bad habits and their effects on the body and mind. Don't ever get the attitude that it's too late or it is a lost cause, if you are breathing, there is time and good reasons to improve what needs improvement. Diet alone without exercise and recreation will be much less effective. You know how great it feels to take a walk, ride a bike, just stretch in the fresh air and sunshine? That is how the body was designed, it needs exercise and proper nutrition to reap the greatest benefits from it and keep it going strong. "Take time away from the serious and strenuous duties of the day and relax." This recreation should fit somewhere in your daily routine, yes daily!

    As we know, we are not 100% in charge of what happens with our health. Even healthy people become ill, get diseases, have ailments, etc. God has His reasons for all of it, but He has given us our own will and we make our own choices, we ought to do the best within our means, being mindful that many diseases are cured by good nutrition and exercise.

    Thank you for your time, we hope this has been an encouragement and that you will make positive changes this week in this area. God Bless!
    ... See MoreSee Less

    George Shinn:

    "God has given you gifts and talents to make the world a better place. YOU have purpose!"

    George’s story is the classic “rags to riches” tale. What his boyhood home lacked in resources, it was abundant in prayer, inspiration, and encouragement. Today, George Shinn excels at business, sales, leadership, and philanthropy. An entrepreneur at heart, George is the former owner of the Hornets NBA team and is a prostate cancer survivor. His Foundation reaches out to support those in need, helps educate on prostate cancer early detection and is involved in a myriad of initiatives fueled by the entrepreneurial spirit.

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