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Stress ~ Managing your Perception

The best advice I have ever received on managing the expectations leaders face from the people they lead and serve was from my dad. I watched as he spoke to our church for the first time over 14 years ago. 413 more words

Leadership

Should probably make a list...

I’m at the doctors tomorrow morning to review how I’m feeling with these meds.

Last time I went I was so scared of what would happen if I told the truth I just said everything was kind of improving, and I was only getting the occasional panic attack every now and again (which is kind of true). 530 more words

5 Things Professionals Would Never Do

If you want to one day enter the working world, or you already have, you want to be seen as a professional, don’t you? People love working with professionals, so you should try your  best to be one! 436 more words

Working World

Limitations – Getting Past Them; Part 3

Choosing one of three options will have you on the road to going farther than you’ve ever gone before.

“The man with insight enough to admit his limitations comes nearest to perfection.” 363 more words

Hard Work

Measuring effectiveness of those 5 little steps

So this is a follow up post to 5 little steps to happiness that I posted a couple of weeks ago (really, that long ago?!) Here’s a run down on how each of those steps has been progressing: 579 more words

Commitments

don't ever stop dreaming your dreams

Don’t ever stop loving,

  don’t ever stop believing,

    don’t ever stop dreaming your dreams.  

       Laine Parsons

My Loyalty Dilemma

I was not born in the United States. Deciding to become an American was not an easy nor lighthearted decision. It took me many years to become convinced that being an American was better than being a citizen of my former country. 382 more words

Devotional

Bill reblogged this on The Think Tank and commented:

To be or not to be - the oath of America for which does it stand now.