This week I’ve been reflecting on leadership and creativity. It’s interesting how people are opening up and trying to change the way they think with this coronavirus going on. Of course, these are ways I’ve challenged myself to think daily; this is without a pandemic going on! My hope is that each one of us can learn from this crisis in the world and begin to explore how to change our future — changing it from the mundane – just another day – to exploring creative possibilities and imaginative e
Our Daily Rest [http://ourdailyrest.net]will help you cultivate a lifestyle of restfulness, balance, wellness, and renewal in all aspects of your life. Matt Heffner and I got to share a great interview session together talking about some technical stuff, his wife’s blog, what he’s up to right now (at the time of this post) and plans for their future. We share a lot of similarities when it comes to leading a family, having an entrepreneurial spirit, and how to find the best ways we can make an
I'm doing fine working from home. I've learned a lot from my personality this year; my needs for social interaction aren't the same as others -- meaning I don't need much. However, I do appreciate times being on campus and feeling that there is a need for me there. My current working situation is great for Whitney, the kids and I. This opportunity has been a blessing all the way through these dark times.
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
The first option is to try.
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