Professionalism 102: Thank You

The holiday season is among us and the halls are all decked!

We are continuing our Professionalism mini-series. Why you ask? I’m convinced that we have somehow loss our understanding of common courtesies. These courtesies or personal etiquettes are reflections of ourselves. Most importantly, they reveal our willingness to honor and respect other people.

Our Professionalism 101 course was about the importance of making reservations.

Today, we will focus our attention on two short—yet important—words, “Thank You.”


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Natasha’s Study: The Road Back to You

The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery


Why I picked up this book:

My dear friend and prayer partner recently mentioned the Enneagram to me, and I was intrigued. Then I received a copy of this book in the mail so I jumped right in.

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Book Review: A Woman’s Place

Why I picked up this book:

I’ve written for Christianity Today since 2010, specifically focusing on leadership, reconciliation, culture and the church, and challenges facing women. Therefore, I eagerly awaited the release of the former managing editor of CT magazine, Katelyn Beaty’s leadership book for women.

Who Should Read A Woman’s Place:

This book is clearly for the CT audience. I would recommend it for single Christian women, and Christian women who work.


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