Here’s The Only Confidence Boost You’ll Ever Need

"Spiritual identity means we are not what we do or what people say about us. And we are not what we have. We are the beloved daughters and sons of God."Henri Nouwen…

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How to Root Your Identity in His Foundation

The feedback we have received about this month's topic of finding your identity and battling impostor syndrome has been so encouraging and sobering. Knowing who you are and being confident in that…

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The Bar That Keeps Rising

As I coach highly successful female executives and CEOs, I continue to be astounded at how often they interpret interactions with others to mean, “I am not good enough.” There is a…

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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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Why Don’t We Like Ourselves?

Have you ever doubted yourself? If you answer "no," there's a 99.9% chance you're not human. Just saying. When you're a kid, you dream and pretend to be what you imagine to…

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Discover Your Source of Strength

Has this month's topic been difficult to process? Knowing your worth is such a highly sought-after, foundational piece to anyone's life. As we discussed in the first blog in March, knowing…

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Don’t Play By the World’s Rules

This month, we’re talking about identity and worth. In today’s society, especially for women, are there two more loaded words? As Christian women in the workplace, we battle feelings of insecurity…

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How a Nike Executive Found Her Confidence at Work

Patty Ross, former Nike executive and 4word board member, had an amazing 34-year-long career with Nike that was gratifying and in line with her vision for her life … and yet,…

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What Are You Worth?

Tax season is upon us (oh the joys!) and for many of us, that means a very clear and hard-to-ignore lesson in worth. All those forms and all that filing lead…

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Behavior, Boobs & Breakfast: Fri Faves!

What You Missed Mondays with Diane Better to Want What You Haven’t Got How often do we want something that we don’t have? 4word COO Sandra Crawford Williamson opens…

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Sales, Shark Tank, and Spring Cleaning in this week’s Friday Faves!

What You Missed Mondays with Diane What Will You Be When You Grow Up? Diane Paddison shares four things you can do to help yourself, your daughters, your nieces,…

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Productivity, Procrastination, and Propel in this week’s Friday Faves!

What You Missed Mondays with Diane The Plates DO Crash As workplace women, it can often be difficult to keep all of our responsibilities, from home and family, to…

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Hustles, Habits, and Having The Best Year in this week’s Friday Faves!

What You Missed Mondays with Diane Balance the Bread: Support for Primary Earners Did you know that a quarter of women with children under 18 serve as primary breadwinners? Are…

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Stressed, Surprised, and Socially Conscious in this week’s Friday Faves!

What You Missed Mondays with Diane That Which Must Not Be Discussed Facebook, Google, and now Sofia Vergara are putting egg freezing out front as an option for starting…

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Superwoman, Singles, and Soup in this week’s Friday Faves!

TODAY is the last day to apply for the 4word Mentor Program! The deadline to enroll for the next 4word Mentor Program session is TODAY. What better way to start the…

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Work, Weddings, and Weekends in this week’s Friday Faves!

Happy New Year 2015! Looking for a new job in 2015? Know a senior HR person that is looking for a new challenge? There is a HUGE Chief Human Resource Officer…

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Programmed, Profits, and Parties in this week’s Friday Faves!

Looking for a new job in 2015? Know a senior HR person that is looking for a new challenge? There is a HUGE Chief Human Resource Officer position open at a faith-based…

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Changing A Generation

Growing up in Communist Bulgaria, Ceitci Demirkova was taught to believe that she was just part of the crowd and that she wasn’t any better than the person beside her. It…

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