Backstory I heard this advice on the radio and disagreed. I doubt the guy at the microphone heard me shouting at him in my car. So I decided to put my concerns out to you. Listen to the advice he gave to single parents and see if you agree. Let me know. Click to listen […]
When I taught leadership, I always advised the boss to look inward first, when something went wrong. Today, the norm seems to be to blame first. Are you part of the blame game? Or have you found a better way to play?
Backstory I was in the middle of my daily prayers of thanks. It occurred to me how long it had been since my prayers had asked for anything. I remembered youthful, frantic prayers of request. When had that changed? Perhaps when life proved that unanswered prayers can have the biggest blessing of all. See what […]
Backstory Some of the stories you hear on Consider This are written by someone else. Mason Jars by Amy was featured recently and had a tremendous response from listeners and readers. This week, we feature another piece by a listener. I wonder if Suzanne will remember this poem, written decades ago. Listen in. Click to […]
Backstory I longed for a do-over. If only I could be given one more chance to make it right, I would do things so differently. But that privilege was denied. I was stuck with the action I had taken. No do-over. Never. It made me think of the times when you just don’t get a […]
Backstory I had just concluded another shouting match with my computer, one sided though it was, over whether my password was correct. Surely my steel-trap mind was more accurate than this arrogant pile of desktop technology. Well, I guess not. So I forgot that dot in the middle, or the exclamation point looked like […]