This past week, my church had a Grand Opening. We moved from our tiny, cramped out-of-the-way location to a larger space on a busy street. Talk about exciting!
We think that creating something new is hard and convince ourselves to never begin because it’s hard. But, just like Amazon and their suppliers, the hard part is not the important part.
This post comes about because a colleague of mine, Lois Hart, sent her new book to me. I thought you might like to see how relevant it was for me and how you could use it too.
My sister decided to leave town for a few days.
She planned to rent a hotel room, soak in the sun by the
pool and read a book. Or several books. Her workplace was closing for the July 4
holiday and there was nothing else pressing on her agenda, so why not?
I don’t remember where I picked up that phrase, nor who
coined it. It’s probably the punchline
to a tired old joke.
But I can tell you, it is one handy way to help you recognize
I remember a former co-worker of mine. I’ll call her Mary. She is a loving mother and grandmother. Her son is a pretty good guy, but he married
It was Saturday. Just this past Saturday to be exact. The rain was pounding outdoors and the errands I needed to run were not