Tag Archive for: self improvement

In a Time of Anxiety, How to be Non-Anxious

Jesus can make a difference to the way we face and work with anxiety, writes faith and culture blogger Brian Harris.

So Cringe: Unpacking Embarrassment

We’ve all felt that feeling. You’re driving home after a night out or a busy work day, when it hits you: You cringe at something you said.

5 Better Measures of Success

We all crave for success, but how do we know when we’ve really “made it”? What really matters to God’s heart when it comes to success?

Knowledge or Wisdom? One is Better Than the Other

While it is useful to be knowledgeable, it is rather far more important to be wise, writes theological thinker Brian Harris.

Three Reasons Why We Procrastinate (And How to Overcome it)

Many of us wish we didn’t procrastinate so much. But before we can think about how to overcome it, we need to first understand why we do it.

Consider This Before You Quiet Quit

In Christ, we have the wisdom and strength to do more than quiet quit—to go deep and identify the root issue of our struggles, writes Jane Lim.

Saving Face is a Necessary Art – Even When the Face Isn’t Yours

We all have the impulse to save face, and many of us get defensive, aggressive or withdrawn when that impulse is challenged, writes Michael McQueen.

We Can Change Lives Just By Seeing Others Better

Have you ever felt invisible? Or perhaps you’ve felt as though you’re seen, but in an inaccurate way – you’ve been placed you in a limiting box.

How Gen Z Can Stand Out in Workplaces of the Future

As the world of work changes, there are some strategies Gen Z can use to not only stand out in the workplace, but thrive in it. Here are five.

Try a Little Kindness – The Results Can Be Surprising

Offering a kind word can not only make someone’s day better, but knowing someone is thinking about them, can make all the difference in the world.

Radical Love Helps ‘Shazam!’ Actor Zachary Levi Overcome History of Trauma

In his debut memoir ‘Radical Love: Learning to Accept Yourself and Others’, Zachary shares about his trauma recovery and mission to help others.

Change Doesn’t Have to Be Quick to Be Worthwhile, Says Author Hannah Brencher

Author Hannah Brencher encourages her readers to seek out their own transformation story and learn to pursue health and success through God, not culture.

Becoming Undistracted is About our Values, Not To-Do Lists

The Israeli-born American author, lecturer and investor shares about the psychology of distraction and the human quest to accomplish something.

How to Handle Unfairness

This world is full of unfairness. And how you handle unfairness can either make you a person of character and integrity, depending on how you respond.

Could Debating Be Better with a Bit of Curiosity and Generosity?

‘The Principle of Charity’ podcast brings together those on opposing sides of hot-button topics, to explore difficult conversations with generosity.

“What’s for Dinner Tonight?” Overload – With a Side of Decision Fatigue!

Decision fatigue is a state of mental overload from having too many options, too many choices to make. It’s why choosing what’s for dinner can be so hard.

When ‘Reloading’ Isn’t an Option: Dealing with Real Life and Decision Paralysis

Sometimes, the fact that we can’t “reload” our real-life decisions until we land on the most desirable outcome, can paralyse us, writes Jessica Tan.

The Self-Help Gospel

The common desire for self-improvement is one of the reasons why some people find Christianity attractive. After all, doesn’t it offer transformation?