Athletes don’t just saunter onto the field and begin to play. They warm up first. And effective communicators don’t dive right into deep conversation. They start by making a genuine connection. One of the easiest ways to connect is with good small talk. Why is small talk important? That’s easy. Engaging in small talk builds […]
What’s the Big Deal About Sabbath Rest? If you’re a movie buff, you’ve probably seen Hacksaw Ridge, the dramatized true story of Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who served as a medic in World War 2 and received a Congressional Medal of Honor for saving dozens of lives during an important battle in Okinawa. In
Welcome to The Ultimate Guide to Self-Care. This post aims to equip you with 8 practice strategies to help you recharge fast. Whether you’re looking to stay energized throughout the day or re-energize before returning home to your loved one, these ideas are for you! Healthy self-care involves stepping out of the hustle and bustle
Sloan Ketchum knows how to be gritty and raise gritty kids. She is the author of Beautiful Girl, You Can Do Hard Things. Sloane is also a coach, entrepreneur, and mom. During our Thriving at Home Summit, Jenny and I had the privilege of connecting with Sloan. The three of us dove into practical wisdom for
Dads matter! That’s the foundational message of John Finch, a man who struggled with his own father wound. Today, John helps men (and women) heal from past hurts. He also helps guys become the dad they long to be. If you’re not convinced that dads matter, then be sure to check out a snippet of
Anxiety, depression, and fatigue are three bears that David Cummings knows well. David also knows black bears because he’s camped with them—only not on purpose, of course! Recently, I dove into David Cumming’s book, Everyone’s Got Bears. Afterward, I had the privilege of connecting with David during an interview on our Thriving at Home Summit.