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Faith Positive Radio: Jim Crider

Jim Crider, is a husband, father of 3 boys, outdoor adventurer, and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. Jim is the CEO of Intentional Living FP, a financial planning company designed specifically to guide clients as they navigate the path to early financial independence. The goal is for folks to be able to spend time with the people they care about while pursuing their passions. To find out more, make sure you visit Jim's website.        

By | March 18th, 2021|faith positive, featured, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Faith Positive Radio: Jim Crider

3 Ways to Win the Super Bowl of Work

Do you play to win at work? Here are “3 Ways to Win the Super Bowl of Work” from Dr. Joey Faucette, #1 best-selling author & Positive Success Coach.  

By | January 30th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on 3 Ways to Win the Super Bowl of Work

How to Have X-Ray Vision at Work

Say to yourself today, “The fog is temporary” and “God has x-ray vision” so you can work Faith Positive!  

By | January 29th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to Have X-Ray Vision at Work

3 Strategies to Profit from Change

The most common remark I hear in coaching business people today is, “We’ve gone through a lot of changes and more are coming.” Ironically, each client believes their situation is unique. You’re not. It’s all of us. Some of us are excited by it. Others are terrified. Most are just trying to keep up. So how do you increase sales with greater team productivity and get out of the office earlier while experiencing a fire hose volume of change? Invite your customers to show you how. Here are 3 Strategies to Profit from Change:   Focus on Change Focusing on the positive is an integral dynamic of your Work Positive lifestyle that is a powerful antidote to the dizzying pace [...]

By | July 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|1,263 Comments

Have you told a funny story lately?

Have you ever tried to retell a funny story or joke that split your sides only to see it fall flat as a pancake the second time around? The same setup, the same characters, the same punch line that left yesterday's breakfast crowd holding their sides and wiping their eyes, leave today’s lunch crowd yawning in their dessert.   Evidently this happens to all of us, because we’ve come up with some standard comebacks to cover ourselves, comebacks like:   “I guess you just had to be there.”   “It loses something in translation.”   “You just don't get it, do you?”   But the fact is the variety of people listening, the inflections in your voice, the mood of [...]

By | May 17th, 2017|Uncategorized|5 Comments
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