1. Very timely! Thanks for the eloquent layout, as always, of ways we can improve. Relationships are very important in all aspects of life!

  2. One of my greatest struggles in life is with others’ lack of care for number seven, whcih I see as merely taking responsibility. Requests for resources needed to accomplish an assigned goal are met with apathy, continued requests for the same are met with disgust. Attempts to clear the air are met with blame that needs were not properly articulated. I was told, “You need to pound on us (HQ) so we understand what you need and why you need it.” I find this quite difficult to assimilate and navigate around. Lack of desire for balance among colleaques is hugely detrimental to an organization. I am filled with wonder at Randy’s statement that most of us “screw up” apologies and contemplate how such inept ability is tied to self-esteem. It’s sad to think so many feel so small. It’s okay to be wrong. It’s not okay to deny that. Thanks for the post, Anne.

    • Hi Loyd,

      I can hear your frustration through the email, and I can completely get it. At the end of the day, you’re the only one you can control. It certainly doesn’t make dealing with the other stuff easier, but it is what it is 🙂

  3. I continue to pray for Evan and your family. I am amazed at how you still focus on inspiring and encouraging others while you go through your own personal crisis. You are truly inspiring and I will continue to pray and ask that God sustain you and that Evan will continue to receive healing through Him.

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