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About ShortcutsFinding your dream job. Discovering your purpose and passion. Achieving success and mastery in your field. Building healthy work-life balance. Experiencing fulfillment in all areas of life.
These are all worthy desires to pursue, but not only do we lack a roadmap to make these things happen, the world pressures us to skip the line and use the latest “hacks” to reach these goals. Yet most of the time when we go looking for shortcuts, it makes things harder in the long term.
Leadership coach and popular podcast host Bob Hasson shares the secret to making real, lasting change in his book, Shortcuts. Packed with proven wisdom rooted in biblical truths, Shortcuts reveals processes for you to overcome discontentment and confusion, and gain courage and clarity on how to achieve the life you dream of.
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What If I Don’t Feel Called to My Job?
When people talk to me about their jobs, they usually have two point of frustration they want to ask me about: They don’t feel called to their current job. They don’t feel passionate about their current job. I’ll go after the issue of passion in the next blog. Here I want to dig deeper intoContinue Reading
Where Are the Workers?
In May, the Wall Street Journal published an article about a growing trend many companies are seeing in the wake of “The Great Resignation” that began in early 2021––workers are getting hired and then “ghosting” their new jobs by simply not showing up for work. This is just one sign that we are stillContinue Reading
The Only Path to True Passion, Success, and Fulfillment
When I look at the church, at least the streams of it with which I’m most familiar, I see plenty of signs that we have been buying into the world’s wisdom around work. Unfortunately, this “wisdom” often leads us straight to great some disappointments. My generation produced the workaholic pastors who built megachurches, and theContinue Reading