Part 2 of a personal reflection on calling, and my personal commitment to Equip, Delight, Exhort, and Encourage.
This falls under those categories, or I wouldn't be doing this podcast. I think you'll find it helpful.
Launching season 4 with a personal reflection on calling, and my personal commitment to Equip, Delight, Exhort, and Encourage.
This falls under those categories, or I wouldn't be doing this podcast.
Thanks to a technology upgrade, I think the new season sounds a bit better--and warmer. I'd love to know what you think.
Works cited: The Path
This episode takes on the question of life as a journey, with reflections on Red Lake, and why your life may be more like a Baker, Farmer, Soldier, Navigator, Monk, Negotiator/Peacemaker, or Butler--and why those patterns of life matter.
My hope is that next season will find me back in my normal studio setting. Thanks for your patience with the sound quality--there's only so much that digital tools can do.
The Summer Day, Mary Oliver -- with thanks to the Library of Congress.
Your decisions may not be your own, thanks to normativity and the way culture shapes our thinking. A few tips for leaders on facing life's conundrums.
- Brooks, David, The nuclear family was a mistake. Atlantic Monthly
- Smith, James K. A., You are what you love: The spiritual power of habit.