Broadcast Date: October 2, 2017

Are you sick and tired of clutter? Ready to conquer the mountain of the clutter that is taking over your life and your home?

Clutter drags you down. Clutter gets in the way. Clutter messes you up!.So how do you begin to sort through and de-clutter your life? And we’re not just talking about the stack of stuff on your kitchen table. Dr. Randy and his special guest, Dr. Gregg Jantz (see below), are here to talk with you about the clutter you may be facing in your relationships, as well.

We’d love to hear from you! Join the Intentional Living conversation at 1-888-888-1717. You can also comment on THIS PAGE (below), weigh in with your thoughts and questions on our Facebook page, and you can follow us on Twitter @DrRandyCarlson.


Our Gift To You When You Become a Member!

The New Member Kit contains a great jump start to living an Intentional Life! It includes TWO of Dr. Randy’s bestselling books, autographed!

The Power of One Thing (book)

  • Living a better life is easier than you think! Instead of making big resolutions that quickly overwhelm you, The Power of One Thing invites you to begin moving toward change one daily, intentional step at a time.
  • You’ll learn how to figure out which positive change can make the biggest payoff in your life; you’ll get practical tips from those who have already benefited from this plan; and you’ll see how your one thing, lived intentionally over time, will help you to achieve the dreams you’d almost given up on.

Starved for Affection (book)

  • Love is the main component that binds a marriage together, but it doesn’t end there. Sharing affection allows a couple to perceive that love. In Starved for Affection, Dr. Randy Carlson teaches why affection is so important and how to develop that essential, active ingredient in marriage: the affection that demonstrates love for each other and makes a marriage the rich experience every couple craves.

This Month’s Coaching CD: Overcoming an Intention Deficit

  • Dr. Randy often describes the Intentional Living process as beginning with Focusing on Godly goals. But what needs to happen even BEFORE you get to the goal-setting process? It’s all about INTENTION. Intention is the “why” to the goal. Once you nail down the “why” then you can effectively proceed with pursuing the goal. Because if you don’t know WHY a goal is worth setting or an action is worth doing you then have an Intention Deficit and the effort doesn’t become nearly as productive or fulfilling.

The “One Thing” Wristband

  • It’s a simple reminder that the most intentional way to approach every day is by focusing on the “next right One Thing.”


Today’s Guest

Dr. Greg JantzGregory Jantz

You may have seen Dr. Gregg Jantz on a national media broadcast or cable program. He is a highly sought after expert on relationship and mental, and he is one of our Contributors to the Intentional Living Minute featurepresented on radio stations across the country. Dr. Jantz is a licensed mental health counselor who specializes in parenting communication strategies. He’s the founder of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, known as “A Place of Hope.”

Find more about Dr. Gregg Jantz:






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What is Intentional Living?

il logoAt Intentional Living, we have a passion to help people live intentionally in the five essential areas of life: Faith, Relationships, Health, Finances and Work. We’re motivated by our God-given mission, vision and message.

  • Mission
    Family Life Communications is a Biblical, Christ-centered communications ministry dedicated to igniting transformation by affirming faith, inspiring hope and equipping each person into healthy relationships and growth in Christ.
  • Vision
    To see individuals, families, churches and nations of the world transformed – as evidenced by individuals living an intentional life in Christ.


Note: If you need counseling for yourself or your marriage but you don’t know who to call, you might try the referral services of Focus on the Family (800-232-6459) or the American Association of Christian Counselors (800-526-8673).

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