Posts Tagged ‘behaviors’

Downsides of Moral Convictions By Alec Hill

Moral Convictions Drive Behaviors Moral convictions are good. They drive us to feed the hungry, evangelize the lost, protect children, and correct past wrongs. This is particularly true when we sense God’s call. The apostle Paul spoke of being “compelled” to share the good news. Martin Luther King Jr. felt that he had no choice…

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Small Behaviors or Sensational Outcomes By Ginger Hill

Will you embrace small behaviors or orchestrate sensational outcomes?  When it comes to our health improvement efforts, we often put our focus on outcomes instead of behaviors. Fall is approaching and it is a time when many of us make new health improvement commitments.  What will be your focus? What is the number on my…

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