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So What Saturday. Let’s look at what I learned this week, and how to use it, to serve me. MONDAY: Take Off Your Crown “I live in the strong and unshakeable kingdom of God. The kingdom is not in trouble and neither am I.” So what? I am adding this phrase to my meditation this …

Saturday So What. Let’s put in practice what we discussed yesterday, specifically. Let’s course correct. Let’s re-route. And in more than one area of my life. WHAT WORKED THIS WEEK: Time with and shared love between my sisters “worked” this week. Organizing my responsibilities at church “worked” this week. Staying patient with the children “worked” …

So What Saturday. I was re-listening to the podcast on FEAR. I was surprised how much more I got out of the episode, the second time. I thought I enjoyed it fully the first time. Here are some (more) favorite quotes: “If you aren’t experiencing fear and you’re not having to use courage, you aren’t …

What a great week for SO WHAT! Let me talk about two things in particular that I was able to do something with this week – two ideas that struck me this week: ONE. The URGE JAR. Yep. And I got Bry on board, too. Remember: Two parts of the brain. 1) The Primitive Brain …

THE LIFE COACH PODCAST – Episode 263 Remember from yesterday: Two parts of the brain. 1) The Primitive Brain or what my kids call the Monkey Brain. And then 2) The Prefrontal Cortex. This is the upper brain, right? The monkey brain, or primal brain, wants instant gratification. It is also looking to defend itself. …

It has been a heavier week, this week. I was just telling my brother, Ben, I’ve allowed myself to feel a lot this week. Not out of a desire to wallow, but out of curiosity. Have I progressed through the pain at all? Am I any better? I think the answer is yes. I think …

How about adding another “regular” to the line-up of weekly posts? SATURDAY SO WHAT. I am at a point in my “podcast education”, for lack of a better term, that I should be holding myself accountable for what I am learning. I should be setting weekly goals to practice what I’ve learned – apply these …