Some of you know I serve as a career coach. Just last week I found myself in a Panera Bread working with one of my current students on their resume. This particular location is extremely thin on power outlets, so while working on battery power, we pretty much stalked every person at every table near … Continue reading step outside your comfort zone.
#memoryverse "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men" Colossians 3:23 (NIV) thoughts: The first word that jumps into my head when I read this verse is: competence. I'm not sure when I first figured out that - as someone who professes faith in Christ … Continue reading #memoryverse: Colossians 3:23 ~ as working for the Lord, not for men
When I work as a computer trainer and consultant, I offer potential or new clients a free "needs analysis." It didn't take me long to realize that most of these clients fall into one of three categories: 1. They know exactly what they need, and they are right. They understand their situation and possibilities. 2. … Continue reading doubt assumptions, ask questions, search for answers.
I've been saying that for years. To my kids, to students and to myself, whenever the situation calls for it. It's one of my idioms. This afternoon, I read an article about a controversial subject in which the writer gave the distinct impression that anyone who doesn't agree with them is ignorant. Not ignorant in … Continue reading say what you mean, but don’t be mean when you say it.