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Interview with Janice Hanna Thompson

By |March 11th, 2012|Writing|

Today's guest is Janice Hanna Thompson. Not only does she give a great interview but she is offering her latest book, Make Money Writing, to us. For this week, March 12-17, her book is a free kindle download. Just follow the instructions here and enjoy learning from Janice. Welcome, Janice. Can you tell us about [...]

Equipping Others for Peaceful Living

By |September 4th, 2011|Coaching, Speaking|

Romans 12:18  “If it is possible as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.” If we are true to that verse, we cannot be selective in practicing it. Neither can we limit ourselves to equipping others through our Personality Training seminars. We must be available to train people in the church, [...]

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Understanding Your Personality Makes a Difference

By |June 15th, 2011|Writing|

Understanding yourself and those around you can make a tremendous difference in your relationships and your writing. Hippocrates first labeled the four personality types with words that are still used today. The sanguine personality is the happy, playful person. They dress to be noticed. When you attend a party, you immediately notice the sanguines - [...]

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Multiply Your Ministry through Mentoring

By |May 4th, 2011|Writing|

            When our children learned to walk, they imitated what they saw going on around them. Often a close adult took them by the hand and encouraged them to take just a few more steps.             But the stairs were different. In order to be safe, we wanted them to continue to sit down or [...]

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Reflecting Him

By |April 22nd, 2011|Speaking, Writing|

    One morning I sat on the porch as the sun was coming up. I was alone and enjoying watching the day put on its brilliant colors. I looked at the swimming pool in the backyard, so still, looking like the surface was highly polished glass.     As the sun made its way over the [...]

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Be a writer on Mission

By |April 4th, 2011|Writing|

    Being a writer on mission is to be focused. To set your sights on a goal and work unwaveringly to reach that goal. To feel so passionate about your calling you work tirelessly to communicate your message to others.     As writers who are believers, our message is clear. We write to bring honor [...]

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A Writer’s Call

By |March 29th, 2011|Writing|

How do you know if you are called to be a writer? Does God whisper it in your ear or speak it through a friend? Some writers have known for a long time that writing was their passion and they have second grade essays to prove it. Others dabbled along in other activities collecting great [...]

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Haste Makes Waste

By |March 18th, 2011|Editing|

My grandmother used to say, “Haste makes waste.” I do believe she was right!

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