1. Meeting vs. Making
“As I was scurrying to meet someone coming in on the 11 am train, I realized that there’s a huge difference between meeting a train and making one.”
Seth Godin | Link
2. This is the secret to happiness as you get older
“Have you ever noticed that people become more of who they are as they get older? Over the years adversity chips away the exterior facade, leaving our true selves exposed.”
Michael Hyatt | Link
3. Big lessons from a small rug
“One of perfection’s greatest lies is that you can’t do something until you know you can do it perfectly.”
Jon Acuff | Link
4. Why we give some people the benefit of the doubt.
“There are two kinds of people who live in a house: People who leave the lights on, and people who turn lights off after others who have left the room and forgotten to.”
Carey Nieuwhof, Orange Parents | Link
5. Is my pet going to heaven?
“Today’s teens are wanting to know that God cares for animals just as much as they do.”
Jeremy Zach | Link
6. You can’t do communion alone
“The very word communion has the same root word as community, with a different suffix. Just like you can’t be in a community alone you can’t experience communion alone.”
Adam McLane | Link
7. Don’t confuse passion with competence
“Passion only matters if it leads to an innovation that delivers impact, whether that impact is measured in revenues, profits, improved process performance, or something entirely differently.”
Scott Anthony, Harvard Business Review | Link
Question: What link you like this week? Click here to reply.
Photo: stock.xchng | User: mmagallan