Posts written by
Michael Terry

About the author:

Michael Terry

Michael is a follower of Christ, an Eagle Scout, and a graduate of the University of North Texas; a son, brother, and friend; a lifelong student and occasional teacher. He started writing in high school.

Self-doubt and a new year

Jan 01st, 2014


If you’re anything like me, you struggle with self-doubt. For me, its roots lie in fourth grade. I was adjusting to a new (small) town, and getting used to wearing glasses, with difficulty, to say the least. As a result, I had some major issues that came out in the classroom, and those led to […]

It’s Not Too Late

Dec 30th, 2012


If you are currently pursuing your dream, congratulations. You are a rare individual. Most people don’t know their dream, or have given up on it. Some have been swindled, trading their dream for the illusion of safety, or approval, or affluence. Others have had their dream stolen by fear, lack of confidence, or some other […]

Identity and Dreams

Dec 25th, 2012


What is your image of yourself? Your concept of yourself determines your actions. If you consider yourself worthless, you will allow people and circumstances to knock you down and walk over you. If you believe you aren’t talented, you won’t develop the talents you have (and everyone has talent in something). If you think everyone […]