Posted on Wednesday, February 11, 2015
in Emotional, Relational, Values
I love my job. I love being employed. I hope that you have satisfying and meaningful work. This is not an essay for simplicity nor against having a job. This is a tribute to a friend giving up a great job for a great woman.
Awww if you want, it’s true.
It’s a risk.
It’s a sacrifice.
No job is “perfect”; hence without problems.
No relationship is “perfect” nor problem-free.
But, if you have the chance to build a lifelong love with someone while working a mundane job OR work a great job to return home lonely or to a contentious home, which would you choose?
Posted on Tuesday, October 9, 2012
in Education, Emotional, How To, Intellectual, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Sports, Values
When I was a teen I had a conversation with my dad about my future career choices.
Since I was a little boy I was known as “Scotty the Scientist”, so clearly a career in the sciences made sense for me. So it was a surprise to my dad when I mentioned that I thought about becoming a police officer.
That dream was more based on my fantasies about being a hero than understanding the what the job would entail.
Right Up Your Alley – What You Do Reveals Who You Are Becoming
Posted on Tuesday, August 2, 2011
in Emotional, How To, Intellectual, Social, Values
I believe your level of self-esteem can be higher, stronger and more stable.
Yesterday I invited you to Assess Your Strengths With A Reliable Tool. It’s FREE!
If you haven’t read yesterday’s post you might wanted to just back for two minutes before coming back here.
Really, I believe this will help you to honestly assess your strengths. If you haven’t You can find it here.
Look back over your results. Do they describe you? Do you like the list? Is it a familiar list? Were you hoping to have your strengths identified and affirmed?