Open windows and let some fresh air in on negative conversations. Redirect, reframe, remove yourself from them and make a life worth living as you Live Positive.
Have you ever had the feeling of receiving a clear message from somewhere deep within yourself? An innate sense of direction on a tough decision like a career path, a relationship, or even a place to move?
Rick Snyder had these moments for years. He says when we listen to that deep inner voice, it’s almost always life-changing.
Hear Rick talk to Dr. Joey about listening for the still, small voice of God!
The people you hang out with make a difference in how you act. The ones you keep company with at work determine to a large extent who you are.
Today, when you’re looking at a mountain of a job, or feeling overwhelmed by too much to do, just take a breath, and break it down into smaller tasks.
Cutting out bad habits takes drastic measures sometimes. You have to take a chainsaw to certain familiar behaviors and you might feel like a zombie when you do. Some of your bad-habit friends might think you’re dead.
Just know that you’ll grow back better.
This week's guests are a husband and wife team known as "The Money Couple."
Bethany and Scott Palmer have a passion to save marriages. As Financial Advisors helping couples for 25 years, they discovered money “issues” are not about dollars and cents. Couples struggle to communicate about and agree on money which creates tension, fights, and even divorce.
Their struggles broke the Palmers' hearts and propelled them into a decade of research and work with a Stanford scientist where they "cracked the code to stop divorces and create truly rich relationships."
Their Scott and Bethany talk to Dr. Joey about their faith journey and their mission!
Give to someone else without expecting to receive. Give because Jesus said so.
When you’re having one of these days, just keep at it, hang in there, and persevere. Life is a marathon instead of a sprint. Just hang in there like an old rusty fish hook.
You fail to enjoy the coffee when you look only at the cup
Growing up, Peggy Haymes knew two things: she loved God and she loved to write. She still does, although faith carries with it times of doubt, questions, growth and renewal.
Haymes is an ordained minister, a Licensed Professional Counselor and author of numerous books. For ten years she served as the first Editor of Reflections daily devotional guide, earning a reputation for devotional writing that is fresh and distinctive.
For ten years Haymes staffed Safe Harbors workshops for adult survivors of child abuse and currently staffs Life, Loss and Healing grief workshops.
Hear Peggy talk with Dr. Joey about how midlife doesn't HAVE to be a "crisis."
Today, make God’s purpose your first choice so you increase your faith with greater joy at work as you love God and others more.
There are some things you can’t imagine your mother saying. For everything else she said, that you now appreciate, show her some love as you make a life worth living today.
As you make a life worth living this weekend, be sure to take the time to let your family know how much you love them. Celebrate mothers and your family as you Live Positive.
Quieting the negative world’s noise takes practice. Stilling your mind to listen is an art.
Talk to your child like you want to be talked to as you Live Positive at home.
It’s so easy to talk about what you know regardless of whether someone else has had your experiences. So say what you mean.
Our guest today is a former NFL Running Back who returned to his hometown and founded a program that has helped hundreds of at-risk youth over the past 20 years.
Kenny Lewis was a star at Virginia Tech who spent four years in the NFL before returning to Danville, Virginia to launch a career as an educator.
in 1990, Lewis founded the Danville Church-Based Tutorial Program. It's a partnership between area churches and schools. It offers after-school mentoring for disadvantaged children.
Hear Kenny talk about his wonderful faith journey with Dr. Joey!
Who gets more of your attention at work—you or God?
Be still today, and know God is God and you are not.
The kind of love that sees no big deal in doing something for someone else truly changes marriages, families, work places, neighborhoods, cities, states, countries, and ultimately the world.
Today is my little brother’s birthday. Yea, I know. We’re middle-aged and neither of us are little anymore, but he’s still my “little brother,” if you know what I mean.
“Passionately waiting” means you seed gratitude in your spirit which helps you increase your faith with greater joy at work so you love God and others more.
Today, take time to do something significant. Sit down with your family and talk. Call an old friend. Write a letter to your high school English teacher.
There’s a whole lot to life that changes, right? It’s hard to keep up. So how do you deal with it?
Are you stuck in some aspect of your life that is causing angst such as: your job, career path or relationships? Do you need a push to make that change you know is necessary? Tom Ziglar ignites that spark and more.
Tom Ziglar is the proud son of Zig Ziglar and the CEO of Ziglar, Inc. He joined the Zig Ziglar corporation in 1987 and climbed from working in the warehouse to sales, to management, and then on to leadership. Today, he speaks around the world; hosts The Ziglar Show, one of the top-ranked business podcasts; and carries on the Ziglar philosophy. “You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”
In his new book, Choose to Win: Transform Your Life, One Simple Step at a Time. Son of the world- renowned speaker and bestselling author, Zig Ziglar, Tom shows readers the pathway to making simple intelligent everyday choices to achieve balanced success, true significance, and an everlasting legacy by replacing bad habits with good habits.