Few days after I got a new phone number, calls started pouring in. Unfortunately, they weren't for me. It turned out that my new phone number had previously belonged to an electronic repair store. "I'm sorry," I'd say, "But this isn't the store. You dialed the right number, but now it's the number of my… Continue reading Communication: The skill of listening
Some of us have maybe a lot of friends, perhaps friends from school, or work, or we go to church together, or whatever the case is, but we need to realize some of those relationships are seasonal or situational. These are people we see almost every time, so it's convenient for us to talk and easy… Continue reading Seasonal Friendships
In my last post, I wrote about knowing your value, and I got a couple of messages regarding that post. I've realized that we place our values on different things and what or who we place our value on can make or break us. Unfortunately, the variable factors that we use to define our worth are endless.… Continue reading Who defines your worth?
When we speak of the value of something, we often consider it to be a relative term. One that has shifting factors. For example, I got a jacket for a friend for thirty-nine dollars, and a week later it was nineteen ninety-nine. The jacket didn’t change, but its’ perceived worth did. Now, consider your worth. Are… Continue reading Know your value