What do you do when you’re invisible at work? Follow Hagar’s example as Dr. Joey, best-selling author and Executive Coach, shares in “Do This When You’re Invisible at Work.”
How do you deal with change at work? Do what Noah did as Dr. Joey, best-selling author and Executive Coach, shares in “Do This When Your Work Changes.”
Sharing God's love and grace is always challenging. Even moreso when you are ministering Millennials who may not have a deep Christian background.
Our guest today, Andy Weeda, speaks the language and shares his thoughts with us!
So today remember as you pursue your work-dreams: God is with you to protect you and provide for you.
Some time today, you may have a storm move in on you that you don’t see coming. It may flash and thunder in huge ways. Just remember—that mountain of a problem seems bigger than it really is.
John Finch always struggled after his father committed suicide when he was eleven, but it wasn't until he was raising his own three daughters that he truly understood their futures relied on his coming to terms with his difficult past.
To move forward, he needed to forgive both his father for choosing to leave, and himself for not being the best father he could be.
This journey led to THE FATHER EFFECT, a book containing practical help for anyone, man or woman, with a deep father wound from losing a dad through divorce, death, or disinterest.
Hear John talk about his spiritual journey with Dr. Joey.
Why is God’s economy rooted in little things? Dr. Joey Faucette, best-selling author and Executive Coach, encourages you to consider the mystery of little things at work.
Give your attention to what you want. Then intend to find it. Act until you get it and discover how to Live Positive!
Go visit your Daddy or at least talk to him. Play with your kids if they’re still at home. Celebrate Daddy’s Day this weekend!
63 million Americans are caring for aging parents and grown children at the same time, and they often find themselves wondering, “How is it possible to care for our families and ourselves at the same time?”
In Living with Momma, Elizabeth B. Adams, an author and pastor, uses her life experiences, along with the wisdom found in open-ended questions, to show caregivers who are serious about establishing rewarding relationships with adult family members how they can enjoy their challenging, outdated living arrangements.
Listen as Elizabeth shares with Dr. Joey three questions to ask for immediate change. She also offers ways to help them find a safe space of hope and faith to protect themselves from caregiver fatigue.
Down in the dumps and crying the blues at work? Dr. Joey Faucette, best-selling author and Executive Coach, encourages you to look for God on the job.
Everything won’t happen just the way you want it to today. So when something goes wrong, just be grateful that you’re here.
It takes all of us, doing what we’re created to do, to make the world go round.
In 2005, Aarron Pina was staring at over 4,500 unread emails in his inbox. His calendar was beyond full and his in-basket owned his desk… and the work just kept coming in…
Aarron felt the 3 O’s: Overwhelmed… Overcommitted… Over it! It was time for a Clean Slate.
Listen as Aarron talks to Dr. Joey about his unique ministry helping others who are struggling with life by helping them uncover God's time-tested design for productivity.
Ever want to give up at work? Do these 3 things instead from Dr. Joey Faucette, best-selling author and Executive Coach.
Sometime soon, maybe even today, you’ll face something for the first time. Take a deep breath and wade in with a positive friend.
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.