Join the GFC Purpose Career Team to Find Your New Career this weekend!
Find your purpose while meeting your career and job search needs during this half-day workshop!
Topics include discovering your God-given talents, networking, resumes, interviewing, evaluating offers and much, much more. Biblical teaching, exercises & devotionals help you hear and follow God’s calling.
Cost is $40.00 per person
||July 30, 2016
||07:30 am - 12:30 pm
||Find Your New Career 1/2 Day Workshop
||Find Your New Career
Grace Family Church
||5101 Van Dyke Road
Lutz, FL 33558
||Click here to register.
In recent weeks, I have written about my personal purpose story and how we can know the purpose for which we were made. This week, I am addressing the third part of the series, Living our Purpose.
I believe everyone would agree that it is great to know our purpose; however it is a pity when people know it but aren’t living it.
Is this you today?
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I love Jim Rohn! This is a powerful paradigm in which to live our lives!
I love being on the radio with my friend, Pete O’Shea!
During our 30-minute time together, we had the chance to talk about how to overcome the Winter season of our lives. Many times, it starts with changing our perspective and attitude.
(Note: This is the entire 3-hour show. If you’d like to hear the conversation that Pete and I had, please fast forward to the 4:30pm timeframe of the show)
||March 31, 2016
||04:30 - 05:00pm
||The Pete O’Shea Show
||WTIS 1110 AM
||St. Petersburg, FL
This is a guest post from Nick Snapp. He’s a friend of mine who is a follower of Christ, husband to his wife, Nazach and a proud parent to his 2 (about to be 3) kiddos. Nick helps people use productivity as a tool for exploring purpose! You can follow Nick on Twitter
Productivity is a funny thing.
I haven’t found a consistent definition of what it means to “be productive.” In fact, before a recent talk I gave at the University of South Florida, I surveyed 44 college students asking them what being productive meant to them. I received 44 different answers!
Here’s a few:
- “Making the most of your time.”
- “Working efficiently.”
- “Having a list of items to complete, and completing them in a timely manner.”
- “Getting a ton of stuff done in less time so you have more time to do stuff that’s important to you.”
- “Utilizing every hour of the day to get something accomplished.”
- “Doing things that I don’t want to do, but did anyway.”
I love the last one.
It’s no wonder we’re all talking about how to be more productive, yet still confused about what the concept even means!
How can we be or do more of something if we aren’t able to define what it is we’re trying to do?
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