Understand how to utilize your differences to create a more fulfilling relationship

Join us October 10–16 on a tour of the brand new Museum of the Bible and exploration of America’s spiritual heritage through the iconic monuments and museums of Washington, D.C.

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Change starts by first taking 100 percent responsibility for our thoughts, actions and attitudes.  It requires changing our thinking, our attitudes, and our behaviors. 

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Friendships are enriching experiences, but they can also cause pain. Assessing the health of your friendships will enable you to improve the relationships you already have, and help you with your choice of friends in the future.

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Got an upcoming interview? Intentional Workplace Expert Linda Swindling has tips for those interview questions. Be honest about your strengths AND weaknesses.

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Intentional Financial Coach Parkey Thompson asks, “what will happen to your estate when you die?” You better have a plan. Be intentional with your estate.

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Intentional Living founder Dr. Randy Carlson asks if your kids know how to get out of punishment or discipline? You need to be intentional, not irresponsible, and follow through.

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Intentional Living Stewardship Coach Rod Robison looks at the death of Picasso as both lesson and warning, reminding us that people, not paintings, are priceless.

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Intentional Living Health Coach King Hoover has great news for you, if you experience shortness of breath. And it has to do with vitamins!

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Intentional Living Mental Health Expert Dr. Gregg Jantz gives you reasons to NOT eat lunch at your desk or in your car. First, don’t rush through your meal. If you slow down, you’ll snack less.

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