Your weekly roundup :: August 29 – September 2
As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.
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Deborah Bradshaw, author and TEDx Speaker, gives her advice to women dealing with unexpected steps on their personal journeys.
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Listen to Part 2 of Erin Weidemann’s journey to get to where God ultimately had plans to use her to grow His kingdom.
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William Arruda with Forbes explains why, when a company values mentorship, it can significantly change an employee’s engagement with their company.
Jeanette Gardner Littleton with Focus on the Family shows how you can protect your marriage by avoiding these three financial stressors.
W. David O. Taylor with Christianity Today writes that scientific data suggests that singing in community reshapes our physical selves and our corporate connections.
Don’t miss the all-new Conversations of Significance show from Success Made to Last and 4word, featuring 4word’s Stacy Osborne!
This show focuses on the clarity needed to know what destination you are seeking. Stacy addresses the burning question of why people cannot be honest with themselves and the cost of delaying clarity. She also addresses what you are resigning yourself to and provides some explicit tips on moving forward. Don’t ask the question, “Can I do it?” Ask “How am I going to do it?”
NEW! 4word Women in STEM Virtual Group beginning – 9/13 @ 6:00 PM Central Time