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115: Become More Self-Aware in 2021

One way we can foster deep and fulfilling relationships is by becoming more self-aware. It helps keep our relationships from slowly drifting to the shallow end of the pool, where they’re just not as much fun as they are in the deep end. The problem is many of

115: Become More Self-Aware in 20212021-09-22T13:21:15-05:00

103: The Secret to Great Relationships

The secret to great relationships is to give what you want to get. It’s your best chance to find joy in being the person God created you to be. Hello everyone and welcome to episode 103. When I first started reading the Bible as a young adult I

103: The Secret to Great Relationships2021-09-22T13:21:39-05:00

095: What to Do When People Irritate Us

When people irritate us it often reveals more about us than them. Listen in to learn how to figure this out, and then and what to do about it. Hello everyone and welcome to episode 95. Before we get into today’s topic I have two listener responses I

095: What to Do When People Irritate Us2021-09-22T13:21:54-05:00

094: Self-Awareness Deepens Our Relationships

Hello everyone and welcome to episode 94, where today we consider how self-awareness deepens our relationships. With just 6 double-digits left before we hit 100 episodes, we’re considering a real-life application of the ORA principle of deepening relationships. The ORA principle re-stated In a nutshell, the ORA principle

094: Self-Awareness Deepens Our Relationships2021-09-22T13:09:45-05:00

How to Age Well. Learn About it Here.

To age well is to become more self-aware. It’s to become editor of our thoughts and behavior, and to nurture humility that squelches our pride. To age well is to proofread our words before they come out of our mouth, and before we post them on Facebook. To age well

How to Age Well. Learn About it Here.2020-08-21T11:45:09-05:00

The Neglected Relationship Right in Front of Us

There’s one relationship we all have that’s often neglected. It’s our relationship with our self. To relate well with our self  is to be self-aware, and to every now and then ask, “Am I truly the person I think I am?” The Apostle Paul speaks to this in Romans 12:3

The Neglected Relationship Right in Front of Us2019-08-06T18:15:50-05:00
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