Month: April 2015

Comparison is the Thief of Joy

When it comes to comparing, I am the worst offender. I look at what other people have, their career, material goods, or more time, and I often wonder what it would be like if I had those things. One of the best pieces of advice comes from Jon Acuff’s book Quitter. “Never compare your beginning …

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The “F” Word: Is the Risk Worth the Reward?

My three year old has recently discovered a fear of bugs. Literally out of nowhere. This proves difficult at times…like anytime we go outside. Some days the fear is great. Other days she has forgotten that bugs exist. I was talking to a co-worker the other day about an adventure she went on. She repelled …

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It’s Time to Rethink Leadership

Have you googled the word leadership lately? There are 479,000,000 results in .57 seconds. That is a lot of information! Not all of those results are going to produce information that is intelligent or even helpful. But there is some good information buried somewhere in those results. How about books on leadership? Have you stood …

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