Our relationship with time determines how we manage time. This blog is a recap of a workshop presented at the United Way San Diego Emerging Leaders Council on April 4, 2018.
In a recent Gallup update, studies show that 71% of millennials are not engaged or actively disengaged at work. That means 7 out of 10 millennials reading this blog might actively hunting for another job right now, or at least they’re day-dreaming about it. Not only that, 50% of millennials plan to be with another company a year from now...
I have a confession to make… I no longer feel called to be a pastor.
First, before you unsubscribe or move on to the next blog, just give me a chance.
Second, I can hear the honest but curious question racing through your head: “What did you do to get yourself kicked out?” Trust me, you’re not alone.
“Are we there yet?”
That familiar question. Perhaps you remember asking it during a never-ending road trip across the country. Or when you’re engaged to your fiancé and the wedding planning days lost their luster. Or maybe you just couldn’t wait to have a more fulfilling job, get to the right weight, own a home, or take a year off.
The last few weeks have been numbing and immobilizing to say the least. From global acts of terror to violence in our own "backyards". As I felt the weight of powerlessness, I stumbled across this incredible section in Parker Palmer's book titled A Hidden Wholeness: A Journey Toward an Undivided Life.
In less than a month, I will be releasing my first book ever, In Flux: Finding Purpose in Transition. This book is about finding meaning and purpose in the midst of uncertainty and life's greatest constant--change. These pages that I will be releasing are extremely personal and relevant for me because of the season of transition I have experienced in the last few months.