Has one question or comment from someone ever changed your worldview - your perspective – your life?
Let’s flip the question: Has one question or comment that you’ve made changed someone’s worldview – perspective – or their life?
A relative of mine recently went for a job interview. She told me that during the interview the manager asked her an interesting question. Though the question caught her by surprise, she did have an answer.
5 Keys On Learning How To Let Go For Growing Parents
I was raised without a father – he died when I was four years old. So I hung around my grandpa and a couple of uncles who were my “father figure” sort-to-speak.
My grandpa was kind of a distant man. The grandparent warm-fuzzies were never there. My uncles loved to drink and work on cars.
In short, I had no way to learn what a true father was, much less how to be one.
It was more than 25 years ago when my wife told me that I was going to become a father. Whoa! What?!!
5 Keys to use stress to your advantage as a parent and as a leader.
I used to be adamant about living a stress-free life. Balance was my number one goal. I still thrive towards balance, but after learning this, I no longer try to eliminate all stress out of my life.
I recently learned an important lesson from a friend at church today. He told me how in areas where they catch salt-fresh water fish, stress is vital to the maintain vitality and freshness in the fish.
7 ways to help your family develop the characteristic of faithfulness
Believe it or not, we live in a time where faithfulness is almost non-existent. In fact, the most thriving characteristic of the human race is not faithfulness or righteousness but rather selfishness and often indifference.
Have you noticed the same thing?
About the Author
Alex Colón, Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, Teacher, Pastor, Blogger and best of all, Husband and Father of 4. Living the re-Branded life