Posts tagged family
5 Ways to Move Beyond the Status Quo

There’s a lot to be said for maintaining the status quo.  It’s comfortable.  And familiar.  It is a great place to be when things are going well in life. 

But what if things are not going so well? 

I do not know your particular struggle today.  But I know you have one.  What are you going to do to fix it? 

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For Richer or Poorer

We already dissected the vow “in sickness and in health.”  Let us turn to the financial aspect of marriage: for richer, for poorer. Money fights are the second-leading cause of divorce.  Let’s dive into why money is such a heated topic and how to communicate about money more effectively as a married couple.

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In Sickness and In Health

Uttering the words “in health” is simple.  “In sickness” is far more difficult when you must prove yourself with actions, not words.  Sickness is not confined to physical ailments; it can take many forms.

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What's Your Legacy?

When your time on earth is done, what do you want to be remembered for?  

This is a big question. And yet, it’s the reason why we’re here … Living. Breathing. Growing. Helping. Changing. Transforming.  

Our work is not done.  By work, I don’t mean your day job.  I’m referring to your higher-level purpose: How are you positively leading, influencing, or helping others?

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Leading Well at Home

Are you a leader? I’d argue the answer is YES if you’re a parent, regardless of your title at work. You must know and lead yourself well in order to lead others better. Self-leadership represents the foundation. Wonderful leaders need to assess their strengths and weaknesses, not just for their own success, but also to inspire others to greatness.

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Values as a Foundation for Success

According to Pope Francis in 2015, “the family is the fundamental locus of the covenant between the Church and God’s creation.” As parents, it’s our responsibility to model Christian living for others. Collectively, we can solve some of the world’s biggest problems but must start within our own families.   

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