Need More Creativity at Work? Take a Walk

Your weekly roundup :: February 1 – 5

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.

Why a Pandemic Is a Good Time To Find a New Job

Jess Sato, business coach and co-founder of 2 Smart Girls, shares why she believes the pandemic (or any time of transition) is actually a good time to act on switching jobs or industries.

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Listen to Season 3: Episode 3 now!

Molly Fletcher joins the podcast to talk about entrepreneurship, how to identify what you’re chasing in your career and life, and how to make sure you balance your ambition with your values.

Our work, love, pray favorites

women in the workplace, career advice, Christians in the workplace

Caregiving and COVID: Ways Women Can Thrive at Work and Home

Amanda Singleton with AARP explains why opting out of the workforce is not women’s only course of action in COVID times. 

relationships, dating, singleness, Christian dating, Christian relationships, parenting

Don’t Underestimate the Power of a Walk

Deborah Grayson Riegel with the Harvard Business Review writes about how breaking up your day by going outside can boost your mood, brainpower, and creativity.

Christianity, faith, spiritual walk, relationship with God

John Mark Comer: The Discipline Of Hope

Tyler Huckabee with Relevant Magazine interviewed John Mark Comer to hear his perspective on what 2021 might look like and how to discipline yourself to become a hopeful person.

Catch the latest Mentoring Monday show!

Listen to the latest episode of the Mentoring Monday radio show, featuring LaTaunja Martin.

4word: Community Group Events

4word is recommending that all our Community Groups follow their state and local mandates regarding meetings and public gatherings. Please check with your Community Group regarding any event cancellations or changes to virtual meetings.

Take a look at these upcoming 4word: Community Group event dates and see which one(s) you can attend. We’d love to see you there!

National Virtual Speaker Events

Ongoing Monthly Gatherings

For details on these events, please visit our 4word Events page.