In the book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey explains that empathy is key to effectiveness. He encourages the reader: “seek first to understand, then to be understood.” Wouldn’t it be great if as Christians we were known by our empathy?
Continue reading “Why Empathy is Key to Change”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
It’s important to value the right kind of praise. When I was a little kid, I loved to entertain guests at our home by playing the violin, or performing in my own plays, or simply by telling stories. Continue reading “Do You Value the Right Kind of Praise?”
By: Sabrina Peters
At 10, I thought I needed a new huffy bike to be cool (true story).
At 12, I thought I needed a boyfriend to make me valuable. Continue reading “What You Think You Need Vs What You Actually Need”
By: Sheridan Voysey
In a celebrity-driven age like ours it’s easy to applaud those who work on the top deck—the public faces of business, government, medicine, entertainment—while overlooking those who work in the galleys and engine rooms that keep the ship running. Continue reading “Good News For Behind-The-Scenes People: Your Work is Indispensable”
By: Rodney Olsen
I’ve got a medal in my desk drawer at work that’s worth a handful of dollars, yet I have an identical medal at home which is worth far more. Continue reading “Great Expectations”