Glenna Flokstra, Chief of Operations for 4 The World Resource Distributors (4WRD), talks with us about her passion for mentorship and its potential impact on the mentor and mentees lives, if one simple "secret" is followed.
L. Marie Trotter, owner of L. Marie LLC, coaches all of us on how to discover your voice and how to train yourself to use it in the workplace in a way that positively benefits you and those you influence.
Nicole Arnold, Communications and Public Affairs Manager for an electric cooperative in Asheboro, NC, and a former lobbyist, talks about how she has learned to choose confidence while starting and building her career in politics.
Elizabeth Knox, founder of MatchPace, author, and Certified Professional Diversity Coach, shares must-haves for setting up healthy boundaries you'll actually be able to maintain.
Rebecca Hawkins, a Senior Business Process Consultant and certified yoga instructor, returns to the blog to discuss self-care and shares a simple trick we can all incorporate into our day to get our mind and bodies calmed.
Cynthia Nwaubani, a Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager for the Wells Fargo Commercial Banking office in Dallas, Texas, and a mother to three, opens up about how she is constantly ensuring she doesn't fall victim to burnout and what you can do to protect yourself, too.
Lisa Lewis, Transformational Leadership Coach and 4word mentor, shares why she thinks women seem to struggle with stress more than men and how living at the edge of our comfort zone leaves us vulnerable to the attack of stress.
Sofia Fonseca, architect, professor, and 4word: Houston board member, talks about how she has learned to acknowledge that where she is "planted" is the exact place and time in which God has equipped her to be a missionary for Him.
Dr. Cathy Denison-Robert, MBA, business consultant, coach, trainer, small business owner, and 4word mentor, offers four areas business owners should focus on when building their business on Biblical principles.
Peju Akintorin, a certified HR and Project Management professional and 4word mentor, shares how she embraces her faith all week long and offers a great tip for staying true to your faith at work!
Kathryn Kilner, community outreach coordinator for 4word: San Francisco, returns to the blog to share what she's learned about keeping professional ambition in a healthy balance to make sure you live a life you enjoy.
Joi Freeman shares how the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have affected her personally, and what we as a society must do if we want to see true, lasting change.
Amaryllis Sánchez Wohlever, MD, physician, coach, speaker, author of Recapturing Joy in Medicine, and 4word mentor, shares what spiritual accountability has meant to her and why she thinks it is vitally important to anyone looking for sustained growth as a Christian.
Kathryn Kilner, community outreach coordinator for 4word: San Francisco, has focused on growing and nurturing her prayer life and offers her tips for giving prayer the priority it deserves.
LaDonna Slade returns to the 4word blog to share from her heart about how we as a society and as fellow Christians can begin to break down the grip of systemic racism.
Lisa Adams, coach, pastor's wife, and leader of 4word: Saratoga Springs, talks about how she has learned to carve out a place for herself as a professional woman in a church family, and how you can do the same thing!
We asked Nicole Dickens to share her thoughts on the current unrest in America. May her words light a fire within you to begin restoration!
Read Diane Paddison's official statement regarding the horrible acts of injustice bringing our nation to acknowledge that injustice still exists.
LaDonna Slade, speaker, coach, and small groups coordinator for 4word: Austin, shares a simple four-step fix to studying the Bible in a way that makes it easy to keep going!
Coleen Thomson, board member and small group leader for 4word: Philadelphia, shares openly about her lifelong battle with mental illness and how she has learned to remove the negative power it can have over her life.