The only disability in life is a bad attitude. It keeps you from being the best you can be with the ability you’ve been given. Scott Hamilton learned this when he got back from winning a gold medal in figure skating at the 1984 winter Olympics.
In our connected world it can be easy to mistake the attention we get with our value. Sara Hagerty is the author of the book “Unseen: The Gift of Being Hidden in a World That Loves to Be Noticed.” She shares how our most important moments may be our most simple ones.
Of all the investment options in the world, maybe the best one is people. Patrice Washington is on a mission to help you understand that true wealth is about so much more than money.
You’ve seen them, people that light up a room just by walking into it. Our friend Steve Brown loves to encourage others through his organization Key Life and his writing.
You know what they say “If at first you don’t succeed…” But it can be so discouraging! Jackelyn Viera Iloff draws from her years of experience in public affairs and her current role advising and directing outreach at Lakewood Church in Houston to help you overcome your fears.
When it comes to showing others how much we love them it is spelled T-I-M-E. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam says showing commitment involves a lot more than our words.
It often feels like the journey of life is marked with danger signs everywhere. When we see them, it’s easy to pull off to the side of the road and sit. But KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says it’s time to get moving.
If you feel like there’s gotta be something more, Erwin McManus says you’re right. He’s an artist, pastor and author of several books including “The Artisan Soul”, and his latest “The Last Arrow.”
If you’ve been hurt, it’s so hard to choose to forgive the one responsible for your pain. Kyle Idleman shares about the good that can happen when undeserved grace is given…like when one wife found out her husband was having a baby with another woman.
Failure. Reject. Loser. Maybe you’ve called yourself those things. Bob Goff says it’s easy to do that, but you’re wrong. He says that life becomes fun when you see yourself like God does!