I often say that pastors really must be called.
The average American has just over two discussion confidants (2.16) — that is, people with whom they discuss important matters
“My life and biz is so intertwined in every way that it’s hard to make that clean separation on and offline.”
Social networking site becoming primary source of evidence in divorce proceedings and custody battles, lawyers say
As this reality hit me, laying there in that hospital bed miles from home with a brain infection, I distinctly remember asking no one in particular “Now what?”
Multi-tasking is dead! Long live single-minded focus!
A recent Harvard Business Review piece looks to Kindergarten models for inspiration in what processes work in stimulating creativity, encouraging risk-taking, and overcoming analytical biases – with the end goal of ultimately encouraging innovation.
Girls get a lot of negative messages telling them they can’t do things or should look and behave in certain ways just because they’re girls. Girls Inc. is there to remind girls that this is just…well, nonsense. Girls Inc. knows girls can do anything and become anything they try.
When I interview creatives, I often ask them what advice they would give to the next generation, the up-and-comers. Curiously, there’s one incredibly important habit that nearly all of them possess that is almost never mentioned. So what is the secret ingredient in their productivity regime? It’s simple: They get up early.
When you give presentations in school or at a familiar place like a church, you do so in front of peers, not colleagues. While many people get nervous, there’s a familiarity here and you may feel a bit more at ease. But when you go up in front of a board of directors or potential client, it’s a whole new ballgame.
Here is a great financial site that targets young adults. Get advice on buying a car, managing your student loans, and great tips in how to save money.
Ever feel like you want to quit youth ministry?
It’s a normal feeling! Every veteran youth worker has dealt with the debilitating desire to throw in the towel and walk away. It feels like a death grip on your heart and it’s very difficult to press toward the finish line.