It’s so easy to talk about work and how it hinders everything else in our lives. But how often do we consider the ramifications of our decisions in those other more personal areas and how they affect the other aspects of our lives?
Have you ever had really a powerful experience? Here are two life-changing takeaways that I gleaned from a recent mastermind session with Michael Hyatt, Stu McLaren, and Amy Porterfield.
Here are 12 tips from Bill Bowman to help you with balancing work and family.
NBA coach Brad Stevens is humble confidence at its core. He’s successful because he’s a true leader and he’s humble enough to involve others.
I don’t make New Year’s resolutions. In fact, I find New Year’s resolutions are usually a waste of time.
Without a doubt, my Catholic faith has shaped my leadership, especially in the area of human dignity and treating my position as a great responsibility.
How do you discover the true joy of giving? Looking beyond writing the check for the tax break into what really matters and will make a difference.
Here’s my strategy for making a week at Disney a chance for being present and appreciating time with my family.
As I’ve become more “successful”, I have had to learn to use the resources I have for the benefit of my family. I have had to learn how to be a good steward of what I have been given, and sometimes I have to face the fact that it’s different for me than it is for others. At the heard of it, good stewardship is about more than saving.
You can parent, discipline, coach, and teach, but sometimes it won’t get through. Sometimes, you have to show up, and that’s what matters most. It comes down to being present in the most literal sense.