You’ve Got This!

You’ve Got This!

“You’ve got this!” How many times have you heard that phrase? Usually meant as encouragement, but often used as a means of avoidance from someone who wants to move on to something more important to them – not you. Or how about the self-assuring counterpart: “I’ve got...
I Feel You…

I Feel You…

“That’s weird…no way I’m doing that!” Have you ever thought this about an awkward situation you face? Maybe it’s something you cannot avoid – yet you procrastinate only to find that you must face it in the end. I feel you! Ever wonder how Jesus felt when he was thrust...
Live to Fight Another Day…

Live to Fight Another Day…

Live to fight another day. What does this phrase mean to you? For some, it’s cowardice and others, it is wisdom. The phrase originates with the actions of Demosthenes, a Greek orator who opposed Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC.[1] Demosthenes fled during a...