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Do you experience frequent burning in your ears? That’s because I talk to God about you every day. I ask Him to touch those who read my book and blog, and those who watch my daily 1 Minute Wiser videos. I pray: May they truly see You as You open Your heart through Proverbs and through the life and words
Last week, we met Kaleen. Even with a Master’s degree in Business Administration, as well as company experience, she couldn’t break through into management. Her coworker Cory called her psycho, and her boyfriend was growing distant. She wasn’t psychotic, but she had some neurotic tendencies that pushed opportunity away every time. Click here if you
I hope you’ve been enjoying the Wise Thinking series. We’re not done, but I spent this weekend on a retreat at New Life Ranch with ladies from City Church in Tulsa. WONDERFUL place, terrific bunch of women, well-needed offline time. Sooooooo… Instead of an in-depth blog post, I’m giving you some links to enjoy. A cheery little
“I need to take a withdrawal.” At some point, every phone rep in the retirement business gets that call. Withdrawal calls aren’t unusual—we are there to provide income—but that call is the one that brings out the parent in you. It’s the one which makes you wish you could refuse service in order to truly
The internet is a blizzard, with every snowflake unique and striving to be noticed. Jobs move, industries change, and fear rises. We feel as though there’s never enough. Not enough work, resources, room. We begin to race, believing poverty’s breath is steaming behind us. The spikes come out of our front wheels and we swerve, demolishing the
My birthday is December 29, right between Christmas and New Year’s Eve, when everyone is mostly partied out. I consider it a blessing that my family never did that “This is your birthday -slash- Christmas gift” nonsense other December babies endure. My dearest friends still make it a point to celebrate, sometime between December 1 and 31, and I always feel super-special.