WorkAllen Hunt’s Faith at Work!
Another endorsement for my forthcoming book, “Faith at Work: Making a Career of Becoming a Saint” showed up today! Allen Hunt is the host of the nationally syndicated talk radio program The Allen Hunt Show. He is scheduled to appear on The Journey Home program with my boss and friend Marcus... [Read more...]Faith at Work
Among the items on my gratitude list this past week: the manuscript for my first book, “Faith at Work: Making a Career of Becoming a Saint” was approved by Bert Ghezzi. Thank you Bert! Of course, there’s still a long road before the book’s release in March of 2012. One of the... [Read more...]Which Came First, The Leader or the Followers?
Leadership. We hear the word everywhere these days. It seems like every time we turn around, another seminar, book or webcast is promising to help us become better leaders. Leadership development opportunities abound, and for good reason. By learning the principles and examples of great leaders, we internalize... [Read more...]Intro to “Busyness”
I don’t remember much of 1992. At the time, I was a young husband and father. My wife Kathi and I had two young boys, the first born in 1990, the second in 1991. The boys were a source of great joy, and great exhaustion – as any parent with young children will attest. Then, not so many months later,... [Read more...]The Purpose Driven Blog
Why Another Blog, Anyway? As a newcomer to the world of social media, I had to decide on the purpose of my blog and web site. It struck me today, while jogging on the treadmill, that this purpose might not be self-evident. As you might expect from the site name, my motivation is one of gratitude. And... [Read more...]What’s The Name Of That Book?
Faith at Work: Making a Career of Becoming a Saint This morning, my acquisition editor/legendary writer/all-around great guy Dr. Bert Ghezzi shot me an email. Much to my delight, the team at Our Sunday Visitor just agreed on the title for my first book, due for release March 1, 2012. It’s going... [Read more...]A Novel Penance
Placing Trust in God My Dad went to confession a couple weeks ago. Not a particularly noteworthy event in itself, but this time he called me right away to report his penance: trust God more. Deceptively simple. I have been struggling with the challenge implicit in this penance ever since. Of course,... [Read more...]You’re Talented!
Encouraging Others My oldest son Christian was born with a gift for fixing stuff. Anything, really. So while he lived at home, he was our home improvement guru, plumber, and handyman. Even more important, he inherited the computer gene from my Dad – a gene that completely skipped me. When the wireless... [Read more...]