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Embracing Grief: Why Midlife Executives Must Acknowledge Loss in the Workplace

I was fired from my second official job role after five years and was told to go to a different church with a different theological belief framework. Even last year, I was let go because I was simply “not a good fit” —no other reason given. These experiences were not just professional setbacks; they were…
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Stop Feeling Guilty About Sex and Money

I reveal two desires married Christian business owners are struggling with and three ways to overcome them this week. Why do married Christian business owners feel guilty for pursuing their desires (hidden aspirations and more sex)? Could it be you have spent years and decades building a business that accommodates others rather than your standard…
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Every Man Will Face A Similar Crisis

At 36, I hit a crisis. I got a job that seemed to solve my problems and meet my growing needs. I had been in an executive role with a church for about two years, and our fourth daughter had just been born. I had the woman of my dreams and a wonderful family, but…
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Marriage Beyond a Quick Fix

I once believed that passionate sex was about technique. This is what the world wants you to buy. A pseudo path to passion. The media sells raw, sexy, and burning love that gets turned on in seconds. They do not show the husband coming home from working 60+ hours, lunch meetings, and an intense travel…
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A Process for Making Wise Decisions

I once had a mentor tell me that oftentimes there are not right or wrong decisions when deciding to move to a new town or to take a new job. However, making decisions that align with your best time, talents, and gifts is important because we have limited time on earth to make an eternal…
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Stop Tolerating Bad Meetings

Stop participating in bad meetings that have no clear focus or goal. Your time is far too valuable. Here is one tip when you find yourself in one of those meetings. Pause.Breath. Ask. “What in particular are we working on right now?” If there is no clear goal of the meeting you need to excuse…
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A Manifesto for the One Essential Everday Carry – A Pocket Knife

One of the most powerful coaching questions I have asked was in the context of helping this man reclaim his soul and strength. In our conversation, I said, “When did you give the power to others to castrate you?” Men today are struggling to stand with strength and power. At every turn another man seems…
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Starving for Authentic Intimacy

In a world of plastic, and veneer we have come to believe a deep lie. The lie is keeping a dark cloud of shame and mediocrity over your marriage. The lie is that “having it all” will bring joy, meaning, and passionate sex in your marriage. The lie that providing her with more things will…
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Embrace Summer: Integrating Work, Rest, and Play

I was coaching a client this week and asked a simple question: “What are you doing this summer for fun?” He stopped, paused, and then realized he wasn’t making time for himself to have fun. This made me reflect on how easy it is to get caught up in the busyness of life and forget…
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Unlock the Secret to Change and Four Ways to Focus

Twenty years ago my first job out of college was coaching boy’s basketball. Playing basketball and learning to teach and develop others to play basketball are two distinct skill sets. I was eager to coach and was overwhelmed with how to get teen boys moving in the same direction. I spent time around the other…
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