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Are You Working to Rest or Resting to Work? 5.17

Workaholism is a subtle “ism” because our society prizes production, hard work, and competency.  There are thousands of ways we can justify our work and effort to achieve.  Yet if not “working” is not addressed in the depth of our … Continue reading

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Be More Successful by Working Less

Dear Staff,** Working hard for God’s glory is our God-given purpose.  But as I said in my last post, if our “personal stuff” gets in the way, then work can become an idol that disrupts our work life as God … Continue reading

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Work Was an Addiction for Me

Dear Staff,** “Work hard” was a major ethic I grew up with in our Dutch community in Western Michigan.  Because of that value, the area prospered for years and still does well.  Working hard is much better than hardly working. … Continue reading

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Would Coaching Help You Blast Through Some Walls?

Is the work I’m doing now what I want to do for the rest of my life?  Am I loving my job?  Does my work get me up in the morning with enthusiasm, motivation, and vigor? Or are you blocked … Continue reading

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