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Building a Sustainable Parallel Career

What comes to mind when you think of building a next season of meaning, impact, and joy - Selling your company? Quitting your job? Joining a non-profit? For some it may include these steps, but for many it means infusing your success with significance. But how do you do that in a way that is sustainable without feeling torn between two worlds? During the webinar, Lloyd Reeb and Doug Piper are joined by Halftime Alum, Michael Spraggins to discuss lessons gleaned over the past 13 years of running his business alongside his

Building a Sustainable Parallel Career2022-05-06T11:17:42-05:00

Becoming Chief Life Officer

Many of us have learned to manage our business, our finances, and our calendars with strategy and intention. But what could it look like to manage ourselves with the same focused approach? Peter Drucker wrote an article in Harvard Business Review way titled Managing Oneself.  He was pointing to a new life mastery as our society provides so many choices.   During the webinar, Lloyd Reeb and Doug Piper are joined by Halftime Alum and Managing Partner of Chambers Interests, Pete Chambers, to explore the art of

Becoming Chief Life Officer2022-04-18T16:01:10-05:00

Syncing Your Calling With Your Calendar

Peter Drucker surprised us when he said:  "The most unhappy people I know are planners." Really? Didn’t Drucker dedicate his life to teaching management and planning principles? We often have a desire to do something, yet it isn't executed. Other times we work hard to execute our plans, but they simply don't roll out the way we intended... During the webinar, Lloyd Reeb and Doug Piper are joined by Halftime Alum and Founder/CEO of DLP Capital, Don Wenner, who will show us how to fulfill our purpose while adapting to the twists

Syncing Your Calling With Your Calendar2022-03-23T15:02:44-05:00

Communicating Your Calling in a Contentious Culture

Once you're clear on your purpose and the context in which you can best live it out... How can you communicate your calling in a winsome way? It’s important to intentionally craft your second-half message with the key stakeholders in your life in mind: family, friends, colleagues, employees, and new team members. However, these audiences likely have very different views about what you are going to focus on in this next season... During the webinar, Lloyd Reeb and Doug Piper discuss  a communication strategy with Halftime Alum and Founder of the Antioch Movement, Jimmy

Communicating Your Calling in a Contentious Culture2022-03-23T15:15:51-05:00

The Missing Piece For Finding Your Life Purpose

Do you like to wait? If you're anything like me, the answer is a resounding 'no'. However, waiting is often unavoidable and even beneficial... What if, instead of frustration, your waiting brought about transformation? Last month, we talked about the science of finding your purpose in life. In case you missed it, we covered four common steps to get unstuck and build momentum: Explore Learn Assess Share This month, we will explore how patience and waiting are actually part of God’s plan in helping you find your purpose in life.  During the

The Missing Piece For Finding Your Life Purpose2022-03-23T15:16:45-05:00

How to Find Your Purpose

Many people struggle to find and live out their purpose and passion. This is particularly true of people who have been successful in their career. When they dream about what's next, the surplus of options can feel overwhelming. Can you relate? At Halftime, we've studied the science of finding your passion. But more importantly, thousands of talented leaders like you have navigated through this process with our Global Team of coaches by their side. During this webinar, Halftime Alumni Cheryl Hunter, Lloyd Reeb and Doug Piper

How to Find Your Purpose2022-03-23T15:20:18-05:00

Four Key Elements of a Halftime Refresh

After discovering your Ephesians 2:10 Calling, life often gets in the way... No matter how much or how little time has passed since you've identified your personal mission, it can be easy to drift off course.  What would it look like to refresh your personal mission? What are new best practices that you can be taking advantage of on your journey?  Lloyd and Doug were joined by fellow HT Alum, Robert Barker, President of the Bob Barker Company that provides corrections and detention facilities, mental health centers, and homeless shelters with the supplies

Four Key Elements of a Halftime Refresh2022-03-23T15:18:57-05:00

Bob Buford’s Top Ten Values: The Finish Line of Faithful Giving

By: Dean Niewolny, Chief Executive Officer of Halftime Institute “Giving is not a result— changed lives are.” -Bob Buford (1939-2018) Gratitude and giving seem to go hand in hand. As we reflect on and appreciate all that we have received, we can’t help but pay that generosity forward. While the topic of giving is fresh on the minds of many during the holiday season, we invite you to take a moment to pause and consider The Finish Line of Faithful Giving

Bob Buford’s Top Ten Values: The Finish Line of Faithful Giving2022-03-25T10:36:00-05:00

Do You Ask This Persistent and Haunting Question?

by Halftime Fellows Alum, Griff Jones   It’s easy to keep moving forward, isn’t it? But I have learned that sometimes it’s best to stop, press the pause button, rethink, and get intentional about why we are here. Entrepreneurship is in the fiber of my being. We started our company, Twin Eagle Resource Management, in 2010. Twin Eagle is a recognized leader in the wholesale marketing of energy-related commodities including natural gas, power, and liquids. I am grateful for the success we have enjoyed over the years. I have

Do You Ask This Persistent and Haunting Question?2018-11-20T15:45:34-06:00

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
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