Many of us have a problem with time management. We can never seem to get a handle on our day-to-day schedules or something always pops up and throws off our day. But let’s be honest, the reason this is an issue is because we try to wing it, rely on our own mental checklists to get things done, or procrastinate. Bad idea.
At times, we find ourselves in petty arguments about issues and situations that are minor or don’t deserve attention.A situation may have initially seemed like it was worth the fight and then turned into a fiasco. Can you relate?
Jennifer Wainwright is a writer, author and full-time mom who was led to chronicle the inner workings of church leadership in her new book titled, “Who’s running your church?" In this podcast, Jennifer discusses the inspiration behind the book and it’s importance to today’s leadership.
My husband and I have been blessed to be able to share our relationship knowledge with others. Over the years, I find myself repeating the same four values and know for a fact that these are the keys to a healthy relationship.
At times it can be difficult to gauge a person's religious lifestyle, especially at the workplace. Some people are receptive to just bringing Christ up in conversation while others may not find this appropriate especially because many employers forbid religious conversations at work.
There have probably been times during a conversation when someone has cut you off to express their point. "Was what they had to say more important than what I was saying?" or "Couldn't their comment wait 10 seconds?"
When I was in college, everyone told me I had to move to a bigger city to be successful in the field of communications. So I prepared to move to DC–a city that’s not too big or too small with a healthy amount of hustle and bustle. I searched out jobs and researched the best communications companies, and was fully prepared to make the move.