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The Significance of a Simple Conversation

By | August 3rd, 2016|Categories: Alumni|

Fred Clark enjoyed professional success in his career as lawyer and founding partner of a D.C. based government relations firm.  Although his exposure to the idea of “Halftime” started years before, in 2013 Fred made

Time For Your Loved Ones

By | June 30th, 2016|Categories: A Coach's Point of View|

A Coaches Point of View: Get Ready to Take Back Time! - Part 3 By Carolyn Castleberry, Halftime Coach With regard to time, the Bible consistently helps us focus on the two things that matter

How Serious Am I?

By | June 14th, 2016|Categories: Alumni, Announcements, Events|

       By Claudia Cantrell After returning to Atlanta from the Halftime Institute Launch Event with my cohort in October 2015, I was so energized! I am sure that we, the alumni, share these

Fit To Serve: The Power of Our Thoughts

By | May 26th, 2016|Categories: Fit to Serve|

By: Michelle Spadafora, Founder of FaithfulWorkouts The Halftime Institute surveys their clients about their satisfaction level in various dimensions of their life; ranging from their career, marriage, faith, and so on. “Health” consistently shows up


By | April 29th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|

       By Dean Niewolny, President and CEO of the Halftime Institute David was an unlikely champion, sent by his father to the battlefield to not necessarily fight Goliath, but to take provisions to his

It’s Time To Say No

By | April 1st, 2016|Categories: 4Word Women, Uncategorized|

By Diane Paddison, Halftime Institute Alumnus and Founder of 4word Women Everyone I know experiences some kind of pressure to do more, whether at work, with family, at church or with countless worthy causes. We live in a