Our Busy Lives are Awe-Deprived. 6 Ways to Find Wonder Again

Our Busy Lives are Awe-Deprived. 6 Ways to Find Wonder Again

Too often we can get caught down in the bog of every day life and the never ending ‘to do’ list – both in work and in our personal lives.

We sit in front of computers, not under trees and rarely take time to notice the grandeur of God’s world and of those we share it with.

Author Christine Sine shares six ways to get out of the ‘rut’ and take notice of the awe-inspiring beauty that God has created, and get you feeling balanced again.

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How to Lead Teams in Changing Times

How to Lead Teams in Changing Times

If someone had told you in 2009 that by 2019 you wouldn’t just won’t just catch taxis around, you’ll pick up a smart phone, click on an app and get a ride with some random stranger, most people might have been skeptical about that. And yet the changes have come, the sharing economy is mainstream.

We’re changing technologically, but we’re changing demographically as well. Population growth, greater cultural diversity and Australia’s ageing population are key demographic trends impacting how we lead our teams.

Read and then watch the keynote video from author and researcher Mark McCrindle as he outlines three ways in which leaders can respond to our changing times.

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How to Navigate a Disaster in Your Business

How to Navigate a Disaster in Your Business

Peter Irvine still remembers the night when his warehouse, the operations hub for 92 Gloria Jeans stores, burnt to the ground. He couldn’t believe it and thought he was dreaming, but he wasn’t. The sober reality of a real business crisis started to sink in.

Whether it is a physical fire, or things like a global financial crisis, health, financial issues or new competitors, crises that are out of your control are going to happen to you over the years, but you can’t let that stop or deflect you.

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Today’s Soulfood Readings

Acts 16–17 10:1 And he called to him his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal every disease and every affliction. 2 The names of the twelve apostles are these: first, Simon, who is called Peter, and Andrew his brother; James the son of Zebedee, and John his ...Read More

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Choose Your Battles Wisely

‘If you follow this advice, and if God commands you to do so, then you will be able to endure the pressures.’ Exodus 18:23 NLT A good general knows it’s a mistake to try and fight on too many fronts at once; that when you’re ‘spread out so thin’ you’re vulnerable! And the same is ...Read More

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