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But frankly, we've outgrown it, so we're moving to provide you new resources.
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Dan shared really important information last week about copyright issues, especially when he wrote, "Just because it's on the internet doesn't mean it's free for the taking. And just because we can…Continue
Recently, Dan Miller posted a thought provoking piece, Broken Windows and then. . .
As always, he hit a real nerve. Folks responded with recognition of their own broken windows and how they might fix them.
The post really got me to thinking about mine.
There are times I suffer from so many broken windows that the wind just whistles clean on through my house like a windstorm…Continue
Why is it that something that can be filled with such joy and contentment can be so equally fraught with difficulty and bruised feelings?
I love giving, and yet am filled with a certain degree of concern as I choose gifts for the more challenging individuals on my list.
This year, though, I came up with a list of 10 Rules for Delightful Giving that I think is going to make…Continue
When the battle comes to you at home or at work, and the slings and arrows are getting too close for comfort, what is your response?
Do you run and hide?
Do you take up arms and run screaming into battle?
Or, do you respond with grace, and thereby disarm your opponents?
Join me at my blog to learn the 12 Secrets to Deflecting Life's Slings…Continue
We encourage each other and write a lot here about growing in our strengths, skills and passions. We were all parented in one form or another, and many of you may be parenting children and shepherding businesses simultaneously.
I recently rewrote an old post having to do with the utter training failure of an adorable dog, and what that could teach us about how we parent our children towards their future. I think the lessons are important ones, and I'd love to have you take a read and…Continue