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Watch the latest Food4Thought : Brene Brown on Freudenfreude

https://youtu.be/f35JJSeHXu0?si=nWLiUb__ZwlpL4Id Watch and Subscribe for More ! Hey there, amazing viewers! 🌟 In today’s video, we’re diving into the wisdom of Brené Brown’s “Atlas of the Heart” to uncover a powerful lesson on leadership and personal growth. 💪 Brené reminds us of the importance of supporting and lifting each other up, rather than delighting in... Continue Reading →

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Hello in there – Reprise on LinkedIn

Read the updated post : Hello in there : The call to seek connection and be known on my LinkedIn account.

Grown up trees : An observation

Here are some pictures from my morning walk. Here’s my observation: As a child I liked to draw trees. Those trees were always so symmetrical- straight-tall-trunks-roughly-round on top. Real trees - Grown up trees are not so perfectly planned. Grown up trees - like we grown ups - recognize that life is not symmetrical -... Continue Reading →

Brene’ Browns Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto

I just finished reading Daring Greatly and I wanted to share the link to Brene' Brown's Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto. I was blown away by her final words on the subject that both summed this section up so well and were incredibly convicting personally as well. Who we are and how we engage with the world... Continue Reading →

Pepop: A Decorated Veteran of the Game of Life | Four For Soaring

Some months ago I wrote a story about my grandfather and how he taught me how to be full of CHIT: Curious | Humble | Intentional | Teachable. Today, I want to talk about this World War II veteran and how he has lived a life as a gritty hero, not just of World War... Continue Reading →

The “Colonel” Of Truth and our bias in the war against him.

Why do I write this blog? What is this whole #four4soaring thing about anyway? As I ponder this question I am assaulted by what Steven Furtick calls the Chatterbox in my own head: You are writing this blog out of ego. You want to be liked. You crave attention. You don't really care about anyone... Continue Reading →

Is blind faith what it’s all about?

Faith is not blind. It sees. Where we falter, it renews. I have always been fascinated by dogma. Fundamentalism is something of a preoccupation of mine. So much so that I used to equate those two things with Faith and in particular following Jesus. I used to think that there was a requirement to believe... Continue Reading →

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