Is it really possible to bring an end to the burnout culture? How did we end up in this fix anyway? And is there a better way to build our lives and our relationship to work? These are the questions that Jonathan Malesic seeks to answer in his book, The End of Burnout: Why Work Drains Us and How to Build Better Lives.
You may have heard people say, “No one is indispensable.” But is it really true? It depends on what you view as the center of work,
Tired of being a ‘jack of all trades, but a master of none’?Jordan Raynor has written an excellent book to help us find, focus on, and master the work that God has created us to do.
Having a quarterly review helps us keep track of our new year’s resolutions, which in turn bring our closer to the goals we are called to do.
‘Mere Christians’ is an excellent podcast resource for Christians who want to explore how to live out their calling for the glory of God and the good of others. Highly recommended.
Tired of losing control of your time, or being distracted from what matters to you? Here are 7 habits to keep your calling in focus.
Cal Newport’s ‘Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World’ talks about the importance of doing deep, focused work in our age of distractions.
Matt Perman’s book is a must-read for anyone who cares about our life’s work and wants to increase his or her productivity and effectiveness for doing what’s best.