There comes a point in every story when you are ready to quit. It could be a relationship, a project, or your job. Regardless, you’ve had enough, and you are ready to “throw in the towel.”
Archive for Story
Inside of each of our heads lives a storyteller. He narrates the events of our lives in real time. But we don’t have to accept his version of reality. We can chose a different storyline.
We don’t have to be held hostage by our memories. In this guest post, Rabbi Evan Moffic explains how we can reframe them in a positive way.
Donald Miller is hosting his Storyline Conference in three locations this year. Gail and I attended last year and it was fantastic. Here’s how you can save $50.00
In this brief, seven-minute video, I interview Allen Arnold, Senior Vice President and Publisher of Thomas Nelson’s fiction division. I ask him several questions about “Christian fiction.”
I am attending Don Miller’s Storyline Conference, June 6–7, in Portland, Oregon. If you are interested in creating a more meaningful story for your life, you should consider attending yourself.
So the front desk contacted the kitchen to set aside a croissant, and room service was informed that upon request, they would need to deliver the pastry post haste. … These are the stories that Steve Wynn shares with his teams—and you can witness that level of teamwork at any of his properties today.”