Through the changes I have experienced in my life over the last ten years, I have battled intensely with identity. Who am I, really? What is my place in the world? In January of this year we started toying with the idea of selling our house and looking for a bigger place. Around March, we got serious about it after meeting with a realtor and … Continue reading I’m (not) A Fraud.
“I’m not sure he is ready for that step. He’s just a kid!” I remember overhearing this conversation at my neighborhood Food Lion, a failing grocery store in the Southeast. At that time, I was actively pursuing one of the three key-carrying management positions at the store level, the grocery manager. In this role, I would be responsible placing efficient orders and merchandising to maintain … Continue reading The ABC’s of Thriving as a Young Leader
If we do nothing but splurge on laziness and food or retail, we let ourselves down by not connecting with what we really desire in our heart. Continue reading Rethinking How to Recharge
Our access is forever but our connection to God is based on our input. As we live, we must make this call a daily thing. Continue reading Are We Really Once and For All Saved?
Operating like a machine is as simple as turning a dial. Continue reading How To Operate Like A Machine
Applying Six Sigma principles to our spiritual life can help us identify and resolve issues we need to face. Continue reading Getting Closer To God Through A Six Sigma Approach
Knowing how to look for God will help us see Him in our world. Continue reading 5 Principles That Help Us See God
Reactions can prevent people from seeing their own behavior. Continue reading Controlling Our Reactions
The changing power of love is unlocked through giving. Continue reading Unlocking The Power Of Love
When we offend someone and then get offended by their offense, we add our responsibility to theirs. That person then has to process your frustration on top of their own hurt. If we offend someone, it is our responsibility to acknowledge that. By taking responsibility for our own emotions and responses, we keep communication moving forward in our relationships. Continue reading Balanced Communication