One of many small practices you can implement right now is to regularly give something meaningful away to another person or organization.
Today, I invite you to do just that.Read More
Todoist is simply an action and reference list system with a mission to help users become more productive and free. The platform allows you to organize tasks and information under different projects, labels, and filters with the option to view this information in time-related ways, too.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind when using Todoist to help get the most value.Read More
Jesse Mecham is making it possible for people to get a handle on their money and better steward the resources entrusted to their care. As the founder of YNAB (You Need A Budget), Jesse is equipping hundreds of thousands of users with budgeting software that gives them a framework for prioritizing their lives and allocating money toward what they truly value. In this episode, gain practical tips and insights into how you can better manage money—whether you’re drowning in debt or not sure what to do with your extra income.Read More
Our devices are amazing when they’re used toward things that matter: doing excellent work, facilitating relationships, aiding in connection, helping us stay organized, keeping us informed on important events and topics, keeping us entertained in moderation, etc. When these devices and applications suck us in and act as barriers to meaningful progress, however, they become problematic.Read More
Design thinking is a concept buzzing around business circles. But how do you use design thinking principles to make important changes in your life and to focus on what matters? And what is design thinking in the first place? What role does faith play in design thinking? Jeremy Utley tackles these questions and many others in this episode. He is the Director of Executive Education at Stanford's d.school, helping professionals and organizations adopt design thinking and build innovative cultures. Listen in and then take immediate action toward becoming more of the person you want to be.Read More
The way you end the day with your children is an important part of their development. The rhythms you put in place with your kids inch them closer each time they participate toward growth, maturity, and faithfulness.Read More
I recently launched an email course designed to help you make meaningful progress in the areas of faith, family, friends, fitness, and finances—life’s Five Fs. In this episode, I share more about the course and include audio recordings from two lessons.Read More
Over the last six months, I've been slowly building a 17-day email course meant to help you clarify what's meaningful in life and help you make progress in each of the five Fs: faith, family, friends, fitness, and finances. Today, this course is now open.Read More
Erik Nieder is putting his craft into the service of his core convictions through worship music. He’s been writing songs for over a decade, and his music has gotten better and more widely appreciated over time. Erik recently found his worship songs on Spotify’s WorshipNow playlist (a curated list of today’s best worship songs with over 700,000 followers), and his journey has been marked by continued growth toward using music as an avenue to express his calling. In this episode, learn more about what it looks like to live with a clarity around your purpose and to use your gifts toward what matters most.Read More
Justin Miller is making tangible progress toward solving a big problem. He co-founded an organization to help people living with HIV/AIDS from his college dorm room over ten years ago and has since served thousands of families in East Africa. In this episode, Justin equips and inspires you to start (or continue) climbing a mountain in your life. You, too, can make a dent in a problem that seems overwhelming.Read More
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