Two Days and Four Lessons on Leadership

You would imagine being a supervisor is easy, all you do is tell people what to do. It's much more than that, its also managing social dynamics. Over the course of two days, we were on the firing line between the guys on the floor and the shot callers in the front office. It was … Continue reading Two Days and Four Lessons on Leadership

Someone We Can Count On?

I hear a lot about Millennials, I may even be one or a Gen-Xer, I’m not sure which, and one thing the younger generation is good at is their B.S. Meters in day-to-day life. The thing is people will fail us. Two Faced? One day, I listened to someone say they wished one thing had happened … Continue reading Someone We Can Count On?

The Problem of Looking Without Seeing Others

What do you know about the people you work with? A little bit at the very least. What about the person you see once every week? Have you looked at someone without seeing them? I have two neighbors here, I rarely say much to them. I have helped them both, but I haven’t truly seen … Continue reading The Problem of Looking Without Seeing Others

Dealing With The Emotional Ups and Downs

I have a friend who's a baby Christian, barely a year old. After the initial joy of salvation and moving of God, they felt like He got quiet. It's bothering them and was brought to my attention. Mulling it over, remembering the divide I felt awhile back, I wondered how I could help. Then it hit … Continue reading Dealing With The Emotional Ups and Downs