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Has the “Me Too” Movement Helped Men and Women Work in Harmony?

Kelly Thurman, 4word Board Chair and respected business executive, shares her thoughts on how women can break into "the old boys club" without sacrificing their personal beliefs and workplace styles.

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The Ins and Outs of Boundary Setting

Jill Perrin, 4word mentor and Executive Coach, shares her hard-earned tips for setting boundaries that make sense for your life.

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How to Handle a Workplace Bully

Julie Bolton shares her tips for handling a bully in your workplace and how to make sure you react in a way that is conducive to resolution, not detriment.

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It’s Kind To Be Clear About Expectations

Heidi Rasmussen, COO of freshbenies and 4word Board Member, discusses why much of conflict comes down to a lack of expectations being communicated.

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Communication’s Vital Role in Team Building

Even with the purest intentions, being a good team player and helping to build a strong team takes intentionality to make sure it doesn't derail. Trina Lee, 4word Mentor Program manager and 4word: Portland leader, shares her tips for being the best team player you can be.

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Want Wisdom? All You Have To Do Is Ask.

LaDonna Slade, speaker, coach, and small groups coordinator for 4word: Austin, guides us through the process of finding wisdom and good news: it's simple!

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Effective Leadership Starts with Defined Values and Beliefs

Patricia Asp, Senior Consultant and Executive Coach and 4word Board Member, shares how defined values and beliefs can spell success for any company.

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Purpose Involves Connecting the ‘Whys’

Sofia Fonseca, architect, professor, and 4word: Houston board member, wraps up our discussion with her view on purpose and the pivotal role community plays.

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Your Worth in God Doesn’t Come with Conditions

Kim Vastine, Chaplain for 4word: Southlake, guides us through the ups and downs of realising we are God's perfect creation and ARE worthy in His eyes.

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Fear and Insecurity Don’t Play Favorites

When Courtney Watson had to have emergency brain surgery, her 10 weeks of recovery felt like torture. But in the silence, God revealed His plan for her.

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Generosity Means You Believe in the Cause

Author Judy Foley talks about why giving back is important to her and what she has learned is vitally important when choosing how and where to give your support.

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What a Scarcity Mindset Reveals About You

Kim King, author, advisor, and board member, shares her thoughts on the origin of the scarcity mindset, what it reveals, and how to shift out of it.

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The Many Forms of Loss

Author and coach S. Renee Smith-Larry discusses the various forms of loss you may encouter and how each has a different grief (and recovery) to go with it.

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The Richness of Differences

Dr. Michelle Deering, clinical psychologist and Mother-Daughter Relationship Consultant, encourages us to see the richness in differences among each other.

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Self-Care When Life is Messy

Jane McGrath learned the vital importance of embracing self-care in the midst of a "messy life" after unexpectedly becoming a caregiver to her husband.

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How Being an Intern Can Help You Live Intentionally

Living intentionally starts with a solid foundation on which your professional and personal life can bloom. Read how internship can help secure your roots.

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Struggling Is Not a Sign of Spiritual Neglect

Have you ever felt “off” and not known why? Do you tend to go out of your way to make others feel better so that you feel a little better, even if…

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You Matter — And So Does Your Work

Your community plays a role in how you perceive your personal identity. That may not be an earth-shattering notion, but it is one that we may not take seriously...until it’s too late.…

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The Most Important Boundary You’ll Ever Set

Despite what you may think, you actually love boundaries. Don’t believe us? Natalie Jones, founder and president of Parent Compass, takes us through Scripture to see what God has…

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How The Co-Founder of HGTV Handles Workplace Emotions

Women in the workplace have been conditioned to not let their emotions show, for fear of losing credibility among their peers and leaders. This lack of emotional freedom and…

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