How To Choose a Friend

How do you choose a friend? The best way I heard it put is that a friend is someone you can hang out with, have fun with, and depend on. Here are five strategies for choosing better friends.

By April 12, 2014 8 Comments Read More →

Change Your Life, Not Your Wife (Book Review)

One of the books I’m reading now is, Change Your Life, Not Your Wife: Marriage Saving Advice for Success Driven People, by Dr. Tony Ferretti and Dr. Peter Weiss. It was submitted to me for review, but I agreed to write about it only if I found it useful for readers of Sources of Insight. And I did. It’s an empowering book I think you’ll enjoy, no matter your relationship status.

By June 9, 2012 4 Comments Read More →

What I’ve Learned About Love

This is a guest post from Rob Boucher on his lessons in love. In the spirit of Valentine’s day, I asked Rob to write a special guest post on the best lessons he learned in love. I asked him to put down on paper, the most insightful lessons on love that he now knows, that he wish he knew back when he was starting out in life.

By February 13, 2012 18 Comments Read More →

Apologize with Skill

“What do I say when it’s all over … And sorry seems to be the hardest word.” — Elton John

Mistakes happen. People fall down. What’s important is how you get back up. This is really geared towards leaders and pro-active repair, but I think the frame below is useful in many everyday situations. It’s powerful because you’re owning your mistake, you’re acknowledging it, and you’re finding a way forward. What you resist persists, and dwelling doesn’t help.

By April 30, 2010 14 Comments Read More →

Poor Communication isn’t the Source of Most Conflicts

Knowing the source of conflict is one of the first steps to dealing with it effectively. It’s easy to blame communication as the source of conflict, but it’s not always the case. In fact, it usually isn’t. For example, communication is the source of conflict when styles get in the way, or there are misunderstandings about intent.

By August 12, 2009 15 Comments Read More →