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FAITH AND BEING

by David B. Wolf “What’s wrong with striving for material comforts and affluence, like a big house, a boat, or the car of my dreams?” This question was posed towards the close of a personal transformation seminar. “Why would you endeavor for such things?” I responded. The ensuing conversation revealed that amenities such as those […]

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Feedback And Attitude Of Gratitude- How to Receive Feedback Gracefully

Personal and interpersonal development is founded on effective communication, and much of communication assumes the form of what we sometimes call “feedback”. In listening with empathy we implicitly send feedback that says “You matter. I am interested in you.” Our non-verbal communication is feedback for people around us. When we share an immediacy statement, such […]

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