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 will be posting from George Shinn's book, The Miracle of Motivation. The goal is to motivate each of you to set goals in life and help you achieve them. There will be occasional contests and as always we appreciate your feedback in the way of comments, likes, shares, and messages.

    In the very first chapter the author, George Shinn explains the importance of self-motivation. There are two parts to it: MENTAL-You conceive in your mind where you want to go. PHYSICAL-You take action to get there. Monday isn't usually a day of self-motivation. For most, it's the first day back at work or school. It's the day of the week where we tend to drag in and have difficulty getting ourselves going. But, it doesn't need to be this way! Start it out on a positive note by thanking God for another day as soon as you wake up, it's a gift that not everyone received today. From there, try to just refuse to let things get you down, keeping in mind that it takes "action" to get you to stay self-motivated. You have to stay positive on purpose, because it won't occur naturally. I heard a quote recently, "Happiness comes when we stop complaining about the troubles we have and start saying thanks to God for the troubles we don't have!" Remember, someone always has it worse. We pray your day will be great as with the rest of your week. 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 will be posting from George Shinn's book, The Miracle of Motivation. The goal is to motivate each of you to set goals in life and help you achieve them. There will be occasional contests and as always we appreciate your feedback in the way of comments, likes, shares, and messages.

    In the very first chapter the author, George Shinn explains the importance of self-motivation. There are two parts to it: MENTAL-You conceive in your mind where you want to go. PHYSICAL-You take action to get there. Monday isn't usually a day of self-motivation. For most, it's the first day back at work or school. It's the day of the week where we tend to drag in and have difficulty getting ourselves going. But, it doesn't need to be this way! Start it out on a positive note by thanking God for another day as soon as you wake up, it's a gift that not everyone received today. From there, try to just refuse to let things get you down, keeping in mind that it takes "action" to get you to stay self-motivated. You have to stay positive on purpose, because it won't occur naturally. I heard a quote recently, "Happiness comes when we stop complaining about the troubles we have and start saying thanks to God for the troubles we don't have!" Remember, someone always has it worse. We pray your day will be great as with the rest of your week. 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!"

    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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