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3 Reasons to Separate Facts and Story

3 Reasons to Separate Facts and Story

I want to talk to you about a simple exercise that can help improve the clarity of your communication and the health of your relationships. The exercise involves separating (1) the facts of the situation from (2) the story you make up about the situation. Facts The...
What to Do When You Are TRIGGERED!

What to Do When You Are TRIGGERED!

Unless you live in a bubble, my guess is that you know what it’s like to be triggered by something. You probably know the feeling well. You come in contact with something or someone that offends you. Your pulse quickens, your blood pressure rises, and you tense up....
2 Tips to Leave Short Phone Messages

2 Tips to Leave Short Phone Messages

I tend to leave long phone messages. I’m not sure why. I make the phone call, the person’s voicemail picks up, and then I ramble on and on. The tough thing is, most of the people in my life hate receiving long phone messages. And if I’m honest, I don’t like...
The Power of One Main Point

The Power of One Main Point

I want to talk to you today about the power of making one main point when you give a talk or presentation. Think back to the last few sermons or presentations you listened to. Do you remember anything the speaker talked about? What was the main point or message? If...
4 Tips for Sharing Powerful Stories

4 Tips for Sharing Powerful Stories

I’m reading a great book by Bob Goff called ‘Love Does.’ The book focuses on the author’s views of God and Christian spirituality. There is a lot of great material in the book—I highly recommend it. One of the things I like most about the book is Bob’s stories. In...
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