“How Do You Handle Mistakes?” - Norm GoodyearVideo / Produced by The High Calling
“How Is Failure Part of Life?” - Andy CrouchVideo
All creativity requires the willingness to fail, and I don't know any creative endeavor where you don't fail before you succeed
Best of Daily Reflections: Can a Great Failure Become a Great Leader?Daily Reflection
In God's kingdom, every failure is the entry ramp to growth. In our daily walk with Jesus, failures are not the exception...
Working through Failure (Devotional)Devotional
Face failure with a Biblical perspective and move forward when you've made mistakes.
The demands, pressures and stress of work can put a huge strain on relationships with our coworkers. This 4-day plan from Theology of Work Project and Workmatters provides simple steps you can take to be more loving to your coworkers that will transform those relationships and increase both joy and productivity at work.
Contributors: Norm Goodyear
Published by The High Calling, July 5, 2013. Image by The High Calling . Used by permission.
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