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Grace

I wish I could lead as gracefully as Gayle King. Sometimes when I proposed ideas, I’d get her trademark email that led with “Hmmm…not so sure about this.” Eventually, I realized that was her nice way of saying, “This idea … Continue reading

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Excerpt from a Career Journal: Sideline

God knows what he is about. If he has sidelined you out of the action for a while, he knows what’s he is doing. You just stay faithful – stay flexible –stay available– stay humble–commit the way unto the Lord, … Continue reading

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Strength

What is your greatest strength? My greatest strength is my ability to recognize blind spots, see and hear thing that most ignore, and spot pathways beyond well-worn trails. – Michelle Norris Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and … Continue reading

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Cultivating a Heart of Contentment

“I went from the horse-and-buggy to a man walking on the moon,” said the elderly man to his granddaughter, who shared this story with me recently. But then he mused, “I never thought it would be so short.” Life is … Continue reading

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Career Advice

What advice do you have for anyone who’s been laid off or fired for the first time in their career? One huge mistakes people make is letting your job become your identity its just a job, and you’re hear to … Continue reading

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