Living In Awe

I’ve been reading and seeing more and more people pursing their “second half” of life. Their first half may have been spent building their education, experience, and moving into the “executive” suite. They may have made it in terms of money and position, but feel something still burning inside, and even parts of them decaying. …

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Freedom To Flow

I recently heard a communication expert share a key skill in helping us engage healthier communications with others - even those we disagree with. The skill was in learning how to give freedom to the thoughts we have during communications to come and go from our minds. Thereby resisting the need to capture and articulate …

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Investigate The Boredom

Boredom strikes us all, and is a drudgery in life. It seems that no matter what we pursue, what we gain, what we win, what we acquire, it all eventually fades. For some there’s “shop therapy” to help eliminate and reduce boredom. For the exploration and quick satisfaction of purchasing creates within itself an adventure. …

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Kind Intentions

We’ve heard of having the “best of intentions” and even “good intentions”, but there are also “kind intentions”. I love Romans 2:4 that declares it’s the “kindness of God that leads to repentance”. His kindness changes hearts, directions, and intentions. How powerful an image. Not His wrath, His judgment, or His might, though these are …

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“WELL-TH” Building

Professionally, I enjoy the financial industry because of the social, economic, and growth potential it offers. Unlike any other industry, serving as a true finanical concierge, invites one into a person’s life by granting them influence into another’s business, home, family, and finances. With such access, character, competence, and compassion are essential components the most …

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