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Do We Get “3 Free Sins”?

Do We Get “3 Free Sins”?

I finished reading an interesting book called “3 Free Sins” by Steve Brown, and I’m curious to hear your thoughts about it. The basic idea of the book is that Christians are usually focused on “getting better.” We get obsessive about not...
In the Race of Life, Be The Tortoise

In the Race of Life, Be The Tortoise

I recently re-read the tale of the tortoise and the hare, and it made a big impact on me. You probably know the story, but just in case you haven’t read it recently, let me recap it for you. The Story There are two main characters in the story: the tortoise and the...
Work at the Edges of Your Ability

Work at the Edges of Your Ability

This post is Part 6 in a 12-part blog series on humility and growth. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) A lot of times in life, we get to a point where we are “good enough,” and then we stop improving. The reason is that as humans, we like to be...
To Grow, You Need a Coach

To Grow, You Need a Coach

This post is Part 4 in a 12-part blog series on humility and growth. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) Doing Life Alone In our culture today, we are encouraged to be a self-made man or woman. We are encouraged to make a name for ourselves and chart...
Alignment with the Way Things Are

Alignment with the Way Things Are

Often in my life, I’m working to change or improve some aspect of my life. As a psychologist, the people I work with usually want to change or improve something as well. This is all well and good. I think it is helpful to be in the process of working toward your...
20 Life Lessons From P90x

20 Life Lessons From P90x

As I finished my workout the other day, I realized I have learned quite a few life lessons from doing P90x. I thought I would share them with you today! Rome was not built in a day, and neither is your body. Anything that is worth doing takes consistent time and...
Why Most Practice Fails

Why Most Practice Fails

This post is Part 3 in a 5-part blog series on developing excellence. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) One of the most popular theories for how people become excellent at something involves hard work and practice. In this blog post, I want to talk...
If Running is Difficult, Run More

If Running is Difficult, Run More

This lesson applies to anything. For most things in life, the best way to get better is to do the activity over and over again. At first, you probably won’t be very good. But over time, you will improve. It’s inevitable. The tough thing about this advice is it’s hard...
Look for the 1% Improvement

Look for the 1% Improvement

I was feeling frustrated the other day with my lack of improvement in CrossFit. Maybe you can relate. Have you ever worked on something, and didn’t feel like you were getting any better? This can be aggravating. I felt like I was putting in a lot of time and effort,...
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