As you enter the third week of 2015 have you been keeping your new resolutions? Have you slipped up already like me on a couple of things? Is the newness of 2015 starting to fade into the “just another year” category? Greg reminded me that my ultimate hope is not in the turning of a calendar.
Having been in a number of business positions over the past 26 years, I’ve dealt with a lot of consultants. I’m not sure I want to emulate many of them. However, they play a pivotal role in most organizations. They are able to step into a situation and see things from the outside and give a perspective that’s sometimes hard to see for the organization embroiled in the same issues day after day. So it is with a dad during this stage of life as he speaks into the increasingly complex world of his children.
You will not usually see those three words in the same sentence or phrase. Yet, for Rob Mitchell, it’s his story. My wife and I had the privilege of meeting Rob for dinner where he shared his personal testimony from being abandoned at the age of 3 to finding and living in hope today. [tweetmeme […]
I received an email from a friend today. She was telling me about some of difficulties she and her co-workers were going through. Layoffs. Illnesses. Car accidents. Deaths. I was reminded once again that everyone is going through something difficult. Sure, the degree of difficulty is different, but difficulty is also relative, isn’t it?