In 2019, Joi Freeman talked about some of her “must-haves” for community and what you can bring to the table to be a productive member of the group. We wanted to share her words of wisdom with you again!
Emma Sharma shares how her team navigated pandemic stress to their normal workflow and what she hopes will continue, post-pandemic.
Robin Y. Greenlee, Acting Chief Risk Officer of MapleMark Bank in Dallas, TX, shares how community helped her understand her calling and offers four lessons she learned along the way.
Dr. Deb Gorton, psychologist and author, advocates for all of us to get more in tune with how our mental and emotional health is impacting our physical, more noticeable health.
Molly Smith, Chief Client Officer at HundredX with a side hustle as a health coach, shares why she became so invested in fitness and offers up her secret weapon to successfully fitting exercise into your own busy schedule.
Kim Vastine shares a powerful message on God's plan and purpose for creating our bodies as temples and what that means for our physical, mental, and spiritual wellness.
Cassie Dennis shares how leaving her job gave her a fresh perspective on the fact that wellness isn't a destination but rather, a journey.
Independent Financial Advisor Valkyrie Lang talks about the biggest impacts the pandemic had on people's financial health, especially women.
Financial expert and author Erin Botsford shares the one thing she wished someone had told her early on about financial planning.
Ronald Blue Trust returns to the 4word blog to encourage and empower women to play a larger role in their finances and investment strategy.
Mary Hunt, founder of Debt-Proof Living and the author of "The Smart Woman’s Guide to Planning for Retirement," shares what the single most important financial planning "thing" to do this year is, and you've probably already guessed what it is: get out of debt.
In a guest article, Ronald Blue Trust advisors, Carol and Emily, share their experiences and insights on the importance of women being involved in personal finance.
Allison Jernigan, owner of Ruby Rock Marketing and former Vice President of Business Development for Cinemark Theatres, opens up about how the pandemic gave her the push to make a major life change with her career and learn to face the discomfort of change.
Max Lucado returns to the 4word blog to encourage us to follow Jesus' example of facing fear and acknowledge what we're feeling so we can bring our exact needs before our Heavenly Father.
Executive coach Jill Perrin dives into the professional shift almost all women are facing in the post-pandemic workplace, and encourages all of us to go through the process of adjusting our mindsets about the current workforce into a "stepping forward" instead of seeing everything COVID upended as a "setback."
Deborah Bradshaw, author, TEDx Speaker, and Master Certified Life Coach, gives her advice to women in the workplace who feel like their dreams won't ever get back on track, and reminds all of us that setbacks are still a part of God's plan.
Dawn Kaiser, author, HR expert, and Global Joy Refueler, offers her insight into how to correctly identify workplace abuse, the right way to confront it, and what those in leadership positions should do to protect company culture against fostering abusive behavior.
Diane Paddison lists three mental triggers you may encounter when receiving feedback and how you can use those triggers to retrain how your brain reacts to feedback.
Gene Glaeser and Amber Maenius, a father/daughter duo, share how they both came to realization that trying to find balance is a lofty goal that should be replaced with a new practice of finding ways to blend.
Sandy Lamb, owner and CEO of Altitude Business Coaching and 4word Advisory Board Member, offers her advice for choosing collaboration over competition. She also talks about why there isn't an age cutoff for learning to be an emotionally intelligent leader.