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Why Slowing Down At Work Leads to Success

I like to move fast. Not like Ricky Bobby, “I wanna go fast.” More that I want to move fast…

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If You Want to Do Something, Try Doing Nothing

In Jason Headley’s viral video “It’s Not About the Nail,” a woman—unaware of a nail protruding from her forehead—complains to…

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What A Two-Year Old Taught Me To Overcome Creative Blocks

It was around 3 A.M. and I woke up to my wife voice. “Hubby?” “Yeah?” “I think my water broke.”…

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Why I No Longer Fight for Friendships

“Thank you.” That was the only response I got in return after congratulating a close friend on graduating from college,…

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Why Unity is Essential – and 4 Tips on How to Create It

Last fall, I traveled to Kenya with a group of people from the United States and Guatemala. We worked at…

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Stop Applying For College Apps Before You Ask 3 Questions

As a Millennial, you’ve probably been told that the only path to success, respect, financial reward, and job opportunity is…

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Waiting on God in An “Insta-” World

Can you remember a time when the Internet, Instagram, or Google were non-existent? For some millennials and Gen Z’ers, it’s…

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Fatal Truths Your Pastor Would Never Tell You

Saint. Spiritual Leader. Gifted Preacher. Man of Holiness. These are some of the words that paint the image of an…

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4 New Ways to Approach Mentoring

Welcome to my life – my busy, crazy, entrepreneurial life. I have exactly one hour to sleep, catch my breath…

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Why Leaders Should Celebrate Their Rivals

Winning. Competition. Rivalry. For all of us who are Type A Leaders, jealousy in the form of competition is always…

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