By Your Life Podcast
There is a natural human desire for autonomy. People need to express their individualism and to be able to make their own choices. We are wired to want the freedom to decide, to do, and to be what we want. In this edition of By Your Life, we discuss the seriousness of the choices we make.
Everyone wants to work for a company that has a great culture. Everyone wants to live in a world where peace and love are the norm. But realizing these desires takes work, and it is up to us. In this episode of By Your Life, we ask, “If not me, then who? If not now, then when? If not the truth of the Gospel, then what?”
Can you imagine a life without second chances? I think we would cease to live. Everything we ever have succeeded at in our lives, from walking to riding a bike to making and delivering products and services, has been the result of failing and trying again. So why is it so hard for us to give others a do-over? In this week’s episode of By Your Life, we explore the benefits of offering someone a second chance.
Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a vision condition in which people can see close objects clearly, but objects farther away appear blurred. “My”opia is when I can only clearly see “my” perspective and those of others are blurred. In this edition of By Your Life, we’ll discuss a cure for “my”opia.
A lot of people like to talk about how different Millennials are from Gen Xers, Gen Yers, or Boomers. Despite the differences, all people have a desire to love and be loved, know that they are appreciated, and want to know that their life has meaning. In this episode of By Your Life, we’ll talk about where to find the answer to the question “What is my life’s purpose?”
In order to eliminate uncertainty, manage outcomes, and reduce stress, we want to control things. The problem is the result is exactly the opposite. Have you ever seen a stress-free control freak? In this edition of By Your Life, we’ll talk about how the best way to reduce stress is to give up control.
There are many discoveries that have changed the way we live forever. The most obvious is how technology has transformed almost every aspect of our daily lives. However, even though it has been over a century since Edison invented the lightbulb, the world is still covered in darkness. In this episode of By Your Life, we talk about doing something about this.
Family life is blessed, and family life is hard. God created the human family and his design is perfect, even if we fail to fully live up to it. In this edition of By Your Life, we reflect on the rich guidance our readings offer us to perfect our family lives and the insight provided to make both our home and work families healthier.
This time of year, whether it is goals for the year at work or plans for personal or spiritual growth, we can feel like time is up before we’ve accomplished what we wanted. In this episode of By Your Life, we’ll talk about letting go of our deadlines in exchange for God’s perfect timing.
Patience is not a quality that is typically honored in business. I’ve never once heard of an organization that claimed to value “patience.” On the contrary, we are always being pushed to get things done and get them done faster. In this episode of By Your Life, we consider patience and how to develop it.