When You Have Two Good Choices

The past three weeks, I’ve faced two really good opportunities that were mutually exclusive. I wrestled with the pros and cons. I tossed and turned over the unknowns. I asked for expert advice. I fasted and prayed for direction. And you know what? I think we sometimes simply are given two really good things to […]

Everyone is Smart (and that’s different than everyone gets a trophy)

We have a saying at our house – “Everyone is smart. In their own way, everyone is smart.” We started saying that when our kids compared their skills and talents to one another. Each is gifted differently, so where one excels, the other struggles and vice versa. From a sibling perspective, it created feelings of […]

Learning to Ask for Help

Asking for help is difficult to do, whether it be for a small work project, clarification on something you think you should understand, or for something you feel is a big deal. This past week, as I’ve worked to be more strategic across my referral realm, I’ve learned asking for help isn’t as difficult as […]

Why Don’t Millennials Do the Next Thing on the List?

One of the biggest complaints against the Millennial generation is they do whatever thing we ask them, but then they come back to us and ask for their next assignment. If we tell them to go do A, we expect them to do B, C and D without needing us to tell them it needs […]