Tag: growth

How a Family Plan Could Change Everything

Today’s guest post is by Barry Rager. I have had the privilege of coaching Barry for the past 2 years. Barry is a Church Planter and Pastor at New Circle Church in inner-city Indianapolis. After a rough few months as

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How to Endure Hard times

In 1989, I suddenly found myself in San Diego, CA, wondering how the heck I had ended up in Navy Basic Training.  Overnight I had gone from living a calm and peaceful life to being in an environment of extreme

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Home is the Place for Loving Correction

Recently, my wife and I realized that one of our four children was really struggling in the way that he handled correction from us.  (Our kids range in age from 7-14 years old)  When we correct him, he responds by

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A Plan to take over the World

I once heard a person say “The world belongs to those who read.”   Over the years, I have read hundreds of books.  I have read books on history, culture, theology, finance, business, bicycling, poker, Steve Jobs, Katniss Everdeen, and

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Why do I keep talking about coaching?

You probably know that I talk quite a bit about coaching and lead a coaching company called Context Coaching. But the whole idea of coaching is unfamiliar to a lot of people. What does it look like when I coach

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