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When the well-being tank is empty

When the well-being tank is empty

No one intends to become emotionally depleted. It’s a scary place. I’ve been there and don’t want to ever go back. This blog helps explain what that place…

Don Easton October 27, 2020
Is it selfish to maintain your emotional well-being?

Is it selfish to maintain your emotional well-being?

What would happen if you hit another crisis? On top of dealing with COVID and the normal challenges of life? Would you go under? If so, what can you do to strengthen…

Don Easton October 20, 2020
3 Keys to Developing Emotional Well-being

3 Keys to Developing Emotional Well-being

1. What level is your emotional tank? How are you doing emotionally? Is your tank empty, just some in the tank, or full and ready to assist others? Yes, I am repeating…

Don Easton October 14, 2020
Building and Maintaining Emotional Well-being

Building and Maintaining Emotional Well-being

Here is the benchmark: Healthy Christian Leaders Maintain Emotional Well-being. What does that look like? It’s living life with vigour and vim, not just keeping…

Don Easton October 6, 2020
Two things that develop self-reflection

Two things that develop self-reflection

The main two things that develop self-reflection:Asking the right questionsPractising these questions How to practise?—Set a recurring schedule for reflection.…

Don Easton September 29, 2020
What happens when you give little time fof self-reflection

What happens when you give little time fof self-reflection

Here is a benchmark of healthy leaders: they practise self-reflection. You make assumptions. What happens when this is missing? You make assumptions about what is…

Don Easton September 24, 2020
3 reasons to increase in understanding of emotional blind spots

3 reasons to increase in understanding of emotional blind spots

1. To see what you don’t see, and take actions you are not taking. Do you set a regular time for self-reflection? It that time effective? You can see effectiveness…

Don Easton September 17, 2020
A catalyst for change

A catalyst for change

What does self-reflection give you access to? The key to open the door of self-reflection is practice. What’s behind the door? Where does it take you? The practice…

Don Easton September 8, 2020
The key to the building self-reflection.

The key to the building self-reflection.

Here is a benchmark: “Healthy Christian Leaders practise self-reflection. Why? Self-reflection is pausing from other activities to observe what is happening in…

Don Easton September 1, 2020
Applying the soothing oil of scripture. Ps 23.

Applying the soothing oil of scripture. Ps 23.

Guest Blog – Max Rankin Palliative Care It was difficult watching my father-in-law experience sudden, debilitating pain attacks that were off the chart. This…

Don Easton August 25, 2020
The biggest hindrance to constructing self-awareness

The biggest hindrance to constructing self-awareness

Healthy Christian leaders progressively develop and evaluate an accurate picture of themselves.

Don Easton August 18, 2020
Self-awareness promotes self-care

Self-awareness promotes self-care

Early in June 2020, my wife’s mother passed. Thankfully, we were able to gain essential traveller status for compassionate reasons to enter South Australia and…

Don Easton August 11, 2020
A 3D View of Self-Awareness

A 3D View of Self-Awareness

Healthy Christian leaders progressively develop and evaluate an accurate picture of themselves.

Don Easton August 4, 2020
2 Failures Of Limited Self-Awareness.

2 Failures Of Limited Self-Awareness.

One of the major things for sustained emotional health is a developed and growing self-awareness.All of us have some awareness and some blindness of who we are.The…

Don Easton July 28, 2020
3 Key Strategies for Personal Wellbeing - Guest Blog: Dr. Chris Adams

3 Key Strategies for Personal Wellbeing - Guest Blog: Dr. Chris Adams

Guest Blogger: Dr. Chris Adams Executive Director Center for Vocational Ministry Azusa Pacific University Senior Research Associate: The Flourishing in Ministry…

Don Easton July 14, 2020
Adaptability -- A key to thriving relationships during life’s storms

Adaptability -- A key to thriving relationships during life’s storms

Why do many relationships survive life’s traumas but some do not?The death of a child, major injury, acute sickness or intense financial pressure are some of the…

Don Easton June 16, 2020