We continue to explore Appreciating the Millennials (Part Two) in this second part, you can click here to read part one: 3) “Know-Better-Than-You” Attitude: They are incredibly self-confident to the point of being conceited and think they know better than others. This self-assuredness makes them strong-minded and opinionated. They don’t follow instructions. In the […]
I have always been fascinated with political leaders like Hosni Mubarak. He was the President of Egypt for 30 years from 1981 to 2011. He started as a military officer with an aspiration to lift Egypt out of economic doldrums and became an international statesman, a trusted Western ally.
Focus, determination and confidence are all traits to be admired as strengths. Yet I also believe they could be the reasons for a person’s downfall.
It is energy management, not time management that we need.
When you are willing to quit caring what others think, you take a giant step to discover the Holy Spirit’s power to break into your life and birth that which is new and beautiful.
Companies with high levels of employee commitment achieved significant gains in financial performance and consistently outperform those with low scores.
A thousand days at home, peace. A moment abroad, trouble.—Chinese idiom Cats have a certain demure, innocent look. They sit innocently on the couch and appear to be harmless. In fact, they want to be cuddled all the time. Tigers, too, are cats. Yes, tigers belong to the cat family. The feline kind. If tender […]
WHAT IS BURNOUT? Burnout is defined as a point in time or in a missile trajectory when combustion of fuels in the rocket engines is terminated by other than programmed cut off. The key word in the definition is that there is a “termination.” The burnout victims can no longer deal with people or handle daily problems. […]
The Adult Education committee at my small church consists of the pastor, a retired couple, and me. Everything is very personal, as it often is in a small church. We plan out the speakers for our Adult Ed Sunday School class. We start by asking for ideas. One time, one of the laypeople suggested something […]
People who lead – whether or not they have a title – strive to make things better for those around them. They increase what I call ROI. In this instance ROI doesn’t stand for “return on investment,” but rather: Relationships, Outcomes, and Improvements.