Tag Archives: Priorities

8 Retirement Myths Debunked

I found this article on my Yahoo News feed and thought it was worth sharing. It was written by Dave Hughes and originally appeared in U.S. News and World Report. Some wise counsel here. During your working years, you may … Continue reading

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Culture at Home and the Workplace

In my last post, I talked about the importance of words. We use them to encourage and build up as well as to berate and tear down. How we use our words to offer reproof and correction will determine whether … Continue reading

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Getting the Right People into the Right Seats on the Bus

Peter Drucker has written, “By and large, executives make poor promotion and staffing decisions. By all accounts, their batting average is no better than .333: at most one-third of such decisions turn out right; one-third are minimally effective; and one-third … Continue reading

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Beginnings and Endings

Robert Lewis says that marriage is really a series of different marriages or what someone has called serial monogamy. By this he means that I’m not the same person my wonderful wife married 42+ years ago. By the same token … Continue reading

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God’s Love

Our understanding of God and His character is a never ending journey. You need to know that I am still processing the implications of a demonstration of truth discovered this morning. I was reading in the book of Joshua this … Continue reading

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On Fathers

A. W. Tozer said in his book Knowledge of the Holy “What comes into your mind when you think about God is the most important thing about you.” What comes into your mind when you think about God will determine … Continue reading

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The Path of Wisdom

The next series of postings will be reflections that I would pass on to my children and grandchildren. They are components of a compilation of wisdom observations that my son-in-law requested I put in writing to pass on to him … Continue reading

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