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Episode 15: Joy Comes When You Commit To Give

Melissa Hinnant, owner of Grace and Lace and a Shark Tank entrepreneur, talks about why she built an entire business centered on her desire to always give.

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Episode 14: How to Break Free From the Scarcity Mindset

S. Renee Smith, advisor, coach, and strategic partner, discusses why scarcity mindset is prevalent and what type of mindset we should all focus on having.

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Episode 13: Grief is an Empty Canvas

Kristin Brown, vice president of communications for the Institute for Faith, Work and Economics, shares her raw and real journey through grief.

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Episode 12: How to Live R.I.C.H in Your Community

In this episode, Dina Dwyer-Owens, Brand Ambassador and Board Member of Neighborly (formerly Dwyer Group®), talks about the single key to bringing your community to the next level of effectiveness: values.

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Episode 11: Don’t Let Racism and Sexism Steal Your Hope in Today’s World

Racism. Sexism. Ageism. These and many other issues are rampant in today's society and are especially targeting women in the workplace. Is there hope?

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Episode 10: How The Enneagram Can Improve Your Self-Care

There's self-care and then there's the RIGHT self-care. Enneagram coach Beth McCord walks through each type and the self-care that perfectly fits each one.

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Episode 9: How to Give Your Life the Marie Kondo Treatment

Who doesn't want a simple life or to live their life with intention? Sandy Olsson joins the podcast to talk giving your life the Marie Kondo treatment.

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Episode 8: God’s Plan in Mental Illness

All of us will have an "off" day here and there, but what do you do when those days turn into weeks or months? Dr. Deb Gorton, licensed clinical psychologist, shares her expertise on mental health and mental illness, and dives into how the church can better support those within their congregation who are dealing with mental illness.

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Episode 7: Take Tips From Esther When Battling Imposter Syndrome

Who are you, really? In this episode of Work, Love, Pray, producer, author, and 4word Advisory Board member Kathleen Cooke shares how she has learned to identify and be confident in who she is, and how Esther from the Bible offers some inspiration for overcoming imposter syndrome.

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Episode 6: How Boundaries Give You Your Best Life

Overworked, overstressed, and over it? It's time to let boundaries into your life. Dr. Mollie Bond, the Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations for Moody Bible Institute, shares her tips for creating and protecting space in your life at work, in your personal life, and within your church community.

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Episode 5: Don’t Hold It In — Emotions in the Workplace

Brenda Bertrand, communications specialist and life coach, joins the podcast to dive into emotions and their role in the workplace. Brenda shares from the heart about how to find that healthy emotional balance that will benefit you and your office.

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Episode 4: Just Stay In Your Bucket

Patty Ross, former Nike exec and 4word board member, joins the podcast to discuss change and transition in your life, a shift that all of us experience at some point. Patty shares her personal tips for navigating this chapter in your life with confidence.

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Episode 3: How to Lead Yourself Well

Jenni Catron, speaker, author, and founder of The 4Sight Group, walks through her personal leadership journey and shares her tips and best practices for leading well (and that includes leading yourself).

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Episode 2: Healthy People = Healthy Relationships

In this episode of Work, Love, Pray: Real Talk Grounded in Truth, Debra Fileta, licensed counselor and founder of True Love Dates, talks all things relationships.

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Episode 1: Ready, Set, Launch

In this launch episode of 4word's new podcast, "Work, Love, Pray: Real Talk Grounded in Truth," Rachel Nelson with Her Worth International talks about her upcoming entrepreneurship online course called The Pattern.

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