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7 Little Ways Life Changes When You Fall In Love

It's always better when we're together.<p>There’s something about being in love that makes you want to be the best possible version of yourself.<p>In a short-but-sweet video posted on the Story Of My Life (SOML) Facebook page, we see two montages playing side-by-side that show what life is like for one …

Love

The Best Laptops for College Students

After you choose your school, the next most important decision you need to make is which computer you'll have for the next four years. Start your …

God and your marriage

<i>Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from “Kingdom Marriage: Connecting God’s Purpose with Your Pleasure” (Focus on the Family, September 1, 2016).</i><p>A healthy vibrant marriage is all about focus. Is your focus on God and His purpose and power, or is it on yourself and what you want?<p>A couple …

Leaders Need To Move From The Top Of Hierarchies To The Center Of Networks

In the early 20th century, the great sociologist Max Weber noted that the sweeping industrialization taking place would lead to a change in organization. As cottage industries were replaced by large enterprises, leadership would have to become less traditional and charismatic and more organized and …

Innovation

How To Move From An Entrepreneur To Manager Or Fail

As a business advisor, I have too often seen technical entrepreneurs get a product or service off the ground with ease, but then struggle mightily when their business reaches a couple of million in annual sales, or the employee count grows beyond a handful. It’s at this stage that the job changes …

Entrepreneurship

8 Genius Ways To Use Overripe Avocados

<i>by guest blogger Stephanie Eckelkamp, senior associate editor at</i> Prevention <i>magazine</i><p>Sure, everyone loves a perfectly ripe avocado--they're vibrantly green, ultra photogenic, and tender yet firm enough to hold their shape when sliced and diced. But anyone who has ever bought one knows that they're …

Students' Broken Moral Compasses

The pressures of national academic standards have pushed character education out of the classroom.<p>A few months ago, I presented the following scenario to my junior English students: Your boyfriend or girlfriend has committed a felony, during which other people were badly harmed. Should you or …

Education