Enemies are a fact of life and knowing where they come from and how to handle them is vital. In this week’s episode, Terry reveals the origin of current enemies to our nation and our lives and how to overcome them.
“So, should it be Mexican or wings tonight?” The right answer is not “yes” (unless you want Mexican wings…) . In this podcast, Terry talks about the real question and the basis for much of our political disagreement today.
Disappointment is a near-constant thing in some people’s lives. Is it in yours? Here are some answers and observations regarding why we get disappointed and how to overcome it.
How lunch with some friends led to a shopping trip, and how that trip changed my life.
Just a reminder that we need to be able to receive in order to be good givers.
Last week I shared several ways to ensure failure as a life-long learner. This week, I help you find success!
I always thought humility meant that I was to be humiliated. But according to a recent lesson from Kris Vallotton from Bethel Church, this is the idea: “God is opposed to the proud but he gives grace to the humble” – James 4:6
“To be humble does not mean to think less of yourself, it means to think of yourself less” – CS Lewis.
From the devotional: Here are 15 signs of true humility:
1. You are teachable.
2. You are influenceable.
3. You can be corrected without defending yourself.
4. You rejoice when others are celebrated.
5. No job is too small for you.
6. You don’t have to be right.
7. You naturally seek the advice of others.
8. You actually do pray.
9. You freely admit your flaws, mistakes, and failures.
10. You live to help others succeed.
11. You aren’t entitled.
12. You are patient.
13. You don’t promote yourself.
14. You let other people have a better story than yours.
15. You honor other people when they are talking.
Brian Regan “I Walked on The Moon” regarding letting others have the better story
Kris Vallotton at Bethel Church in Redding, CA
“Not Always Right“: a blog about customer service experiences from the other side
“Snacks with a Twist” is Nay’s Snack Food site.
I’ve talked a bit about this before, but this time I give it a more spiritual look. God has a purpose for each of us, but we have to ask.
What are the influences in your life. It depends on who you listen to, watch or read. All these have an influence on who we are and how we react in life.
Terry mentions the 7 Mountain Strategy expounded on by Lance Wallnau. That will be a full episode soon, but if you would like further information now, here’s a link.
With recent proclamations by companies as big as Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines, Terry has some thoughts on the appropriateness of discussing politics at work and your company taking a political stance.