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4 Practices in reducing Stress

4 Practices in reducing Stress

This blog is by Max Rankin. Max is one called to come alongside and help. He is part of the […]

Don Easton November 5, 2020
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 […]

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? […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Don Easton July 28, 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 […]

Don Easton June 16, 2020