"It sort of makes me mad when I hear people say, 'be yourself.' I am trying to be myself. But I need help figuring out what that looks like. It's like they think I should already know." -Sophia, 17
It happens several times every week. Someone calls, asking for advice as they try to transition mom or dad to an assisted living facility (ALF) or a nursing home.
Jeff and Karen did not fit the stereotypical "used car salesmen" image. I met them after buying a used car from the dealership they had recently acquired.
His first point - Intentional Leadership Development - was a zinger. Speaking at the spring M11 Conference in Louisville, Bob Broadbooks, USA/Canada regional director, outlined five strategic initiatives.
To become a culture that connects, we need to find common ground with others. We can connect with them by being involved in their lives, getting on their turf and in their environment.
I can do everything through Him who gives me strength [even forgive] (Philippians 4:13).
We asked some young adults this question: What advice do you wish you had heard, or had listened to as a teen?
During the summer, I love to spend time in my garden. Picking off the old, dead flower heads so that new ones can grow or stepping into my flowerbeds, I water the plants the sprinklers don't catch.
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