Just as defensive driving helps us on the road, defensive living means caring for both yourself and others in this life.
We have all experienced times when a friend, co-worker, or relative offered harsh judgments. But there are also times when the words spoken, though hurtful at first, are exactly what we need to hear.
Taking dominion over email can be one of the most frustrating tasks there is. Because email can flood our inbox and consume our time, people tend to respond in one of three ways.
If you look beneath your busy lifestyle, you’ll discover that it may be covering up something you lack spiritually.
Your dreams may be the real beginnings of the future you want.
We find ourselves inwardly screaming, “Don’t ask me to do another thing!” when our outward reply is “I will find a way to get it done.”
Many successful individuals assume they are the exception: “Fear? Who me? No way.” The truth is all of us would do well to understand, quickly recognize, and know how to defeat the top personal and professional fears with biblical wisdom.
eople love to have things to talk about at work, and you don’t want your behavior to give them plenty of content for topical chatter.
Procrastination is similar to laziness but not the same. Laziness is a refusal to do things but procrastination is a feeling of wanting to do something but not getting started.