Broadcast Date: November 4, 2013
(Note: Today’s program is available for “on demand” listening—in the embedded player on this page or as a download–after 3pm ET.)

So, where ARE your priorities? Are you intentionally setting priorities for your family and your marriage and your life? If not, you run the risk of everyone else deciding your priorities for you. Dr. Randy is here today to help you identify your priorities and do the “next right one thing” to embrace a strategy for your life.

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Today’s Resource

The Power of One Thing (book or audio book)

powerofonethingFrom counselor and popular radio host Dr. Randy Carlson comes a new book containing the surprising truth: 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.

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