Notice the Need With Your Name on It
As Christian writers and speakers, it’s vital that we monitor our motives and notice the need of our audience. We must regularly ask ourselves: Why do I step up to a microphone in front of an audience to deliver a spoken message? Why do I spend hours at the...
How to Avoid Burnout with a Carefully-Considered “Yes” (Plus, a Free Download!)
When I started speaking regularly more than a decade ago, I only had one criterion for saying “yes” to a speaking engagement: an invitation. I was so thrilled to be wanted that my knee-jerk response to every request was an automatic, over-eager,...
What does it mean to be an HSP?
One in five people are HSPs — Highly Sensitive Persons — with the genetic trait of sensory sensitivity. As an HSP, you are not fragile or frail. You can be a strong friend in relationships, a strong partner in business, and a strong member of your community.
Sensitive and Strong is your guide to navigating the HSP journey of exploration and growth. It will help you…
• discover you’re different, not defective
• understand your genetic disposition to an over-abundance of stimuli
• see how your sensitivities correlate to key strengths
• respond to stressful situations with confidence and calm
• harness your strengths to serve others
8 Things You Need to Know Before You Collaborate + Free Download
I had chickened out all evening. But right before midnight, on April 14, 2016, I finally hit send on a Facebook message: “I’m starting a podcast. Would you consider being my co-host?” The next morning, I awoke to a welcome, one-word reply from Amy:...