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Monthly Archives: December 2017

How to Have Joy, Balance, and Impact in the New Year

A lot of folks complain that the holidays are crazy busy, but my experience tells me that this time of year also provides valuable moments to settle down and contemplate what's next in our lives. With that in mind, I encourage you to dream about three dimensions of life that our clients at the Halftime Institute consistently say they are craving more of: joy, impact, and balance. Here are a few characteristics and habits I've seen in people who live with great joy, impact, and balance. Joy - In

How to Have Joy, Balance, and Impact in the New Year2017-12-22T13:40:16-06:00

How to Finish Your Year with No Regrets

Another year is coming to a close. This is the optimal time to look back, see how things went, and maybe make some adjustments for 2018 — not only in business but in all areas of our lives. While it may seem easier (at least in the short term) to just move ahead and keep doing what you are already doing, you can’t afford to do so. I have this theory about time. It’s not anything that Einstein would put his name on, but one that makes sense to

How to Finish Your Year with No Regrets2017-12-22T12:56:38-06:00

Q&A: How We Can Hear From God in the Season of Halftime

Hearing from God in our halftime journey is key. Having confirmation that we are headed in the right direction gives us peace and courage. In this Q&A, I'll share some of my story and some observations I've made over the years about listening to God. My hope is that it resonates and proves useful to you on your journey. If you want to continue the conversation about your halftime journey, and how our team can help, please don't hesitate to contact us.   Why do we want and need

Q&A: How We Can Hear From God in the Season of Halftime2018-01-04T20:42:56-06:00

HT Alum Jim Clark is Helping Others Find Purpose After Life Behind Bars

Jim Clark describes himself as one of the guys who had been graced with great parents, a successful business career, and a family with three awesome children.  Jim had a great life – the kind of life for which many only hope and dream. That life came to abrupt halt when he committed bank fraud in an attempt to keep his healthcare consulting company afloat (a huge mistake) and was sentenced to over three years in Leavenworth Federal Prison in August 2012. “There is no ‘hope’ inside prison,” states

HT Alum Jim Clark is Helping Others Find Purpose After Life Behind Bars2017-12-08T13:03:44-06:00