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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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Doubts

Doubts

It comes upon you amidst great challenges and great successes. There is no vaccine for it. You cannot prevent it from happening. It afflicts you along with the most successful people in the world.  What is it? Doubt. Doubt is questioning whether something is true. I’m...

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With Me or Without Me?

With Me or Without Me?

Think of a time when you were facing a significant challenge, either in your professional or personal life. How did you overcome it? Did you do it on your own or rely on help from others? My guess is you at least started on your own. That’s our nature. Ask most people...

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Learning

Learning

Every day is a new beginning. Today, someone is experiencing their first day in: Their first job out of college or trade school in their chosen profession A new job with a new organization A leadership position where they’re overseeing staff for the first time A...

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4 Tips for Pastors To Support The Unemployed

4 Tips for Pastors To Support The Unemployed

Every year in our country, 21.7 million (Bureau of Labor Statistics 10-year average) people lose a job they did not want to lose. Compare that to 1.7 million people who are diagnosed with cancer each year or 2.6 million deaths. A congregation will have more members...

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Not My Plan

Not My Plan

I confess, I am what people refer to as a “Type A” personality. That means I:   Like to multitask (I get more done that way … or so I think)  Am competitive  Don’t like idle time  Struggle with patience  Am ambitious  Tend to work too much  Yes, I like to be...

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What Went Wrong?

What Went Wrong?

This world will always be imperfect. We all know that. But, more and more, I find most of us won’t stop trying to make it perfect. We want nothing to go wrong. No mistakes. No slowdowns. So, when we face a problem, many of us run out of patience immediately. I mean,...

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Who will stay connected?

Who will stay connected?

August 14, 2003, our country experienced its most significant power outage. It impacted about forty-five million people on the east coast and another eight million in Canada.   When everyone’s power suddenly disconnects, nearly everything stops. Nothing works right...

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Who Will Help?

Who Will Help?

I’m picturing today’s thirty million unemployed people singing the Beatles hit song, “Help!”  (Help!) I need somebody (Help!) Not just anybody (Help!) You know I need someone Help!  I never needed anybody's help in any way But now these days are gone, I'm not...

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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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