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Wisdom and support for challenges experienced as a result of life’s many personal and professional transitions.

 

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Dale’s weekly blog provides wisdom and support for challenges experienced by readers dealing with one of life’s many transitions related to their vocation or in their personal life. When you subscribe to the blog, I will send you a complimentary copy of my eBook entitled Insights for Personal Development.

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Why?

Why?

This week’s blog is an excerpt from How Long, O Lord, How Long? Devotions for the Unemployed and Those Who Love Them , By author Dale Kreienkamp. WHY DID THIS HAPPEN? That’s something I’m sure you’d like to know. You may have been given a reason, but that...

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… the vision will perish

… the vision will perish

Where there is no vision, the people perish. Proverbs 29:18 That simple message is so very true. All organizations, whether a Global Fortune 500 company, mid-sized, church, non-profit, or small “mom & pop”, need a vision of the future to move forward. Vision...

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Do you have my back?

Do you have my back?

Mindy was anxious. As part of an organizational re-structuring, she and her staff had been moved to a new division, under a new Vice President. She would now be the only woman in a new team of all men. While that was a challenge, she was also grieving the team she...

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If you want something …

If you want something …

How badly do you want it? It’s a simple question, however the answer requires something from you. It’s a question about your desire and commitment. These days I find the most common response to this question is what I call a “take it or leave it” response, meaning if...

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He Restores My Soul

He Restores My Soul

This week’s blog is an excerpt from How Long, O Lord, How Long? Devotions for the Unemployed and Those Who Love Them , By author Dale Kreienkamp. THE 23RD PSALM IS a beautiful psalm. I memorized it as a child. As sometimes happens, they were words that didn’t have...

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Peace

Peace

Are you struggling today? Overwhelmed and uncertain of the future? Do you wish you were at peace? You aren’t alone. Too often our struggles come because we are trying to fix it ourselves, we want control. But we can’t do it ourselves, it’s not working and because of...

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No waves?

No waves?

It was a simple question for the Executive Director, “Tell me how your team handles conflict?” She proudly responded, “We don’t have conflict, we all get along great.” Her answer spoke volumes about her leadership. The more I worked with them, I found she expected...

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Hope!

Hope!

We are now in the season of advent, a time when Christians are preparing to celebrate Christmas. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are in the rearview mirror. Christmas decorations are going up everywhere and Christmas songs are filling the air. But for some, this season...

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Triangulation

Triangulation

A Regional Vice President (VP) called me, the Organizational VP of Human Resources, based on what he heard from a community executive. She told him she was not pleased about what she had been told by one of her leaders, about what the local Human Resources Director...

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Thriving Through Transitions was created to help individuals and organizations successfully navigate difficult transitions, and not just get through the transition, but become better in the process.

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