Eric Speir

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FeelGooder Guest Post: Ten Ways to Get to Know Your Family Better

I had the pleasure of guest posting over at FeelGooder today covering a topic that is near and dear to my heart: Healthy Families! It was an 800+ word post which highlights some practical tips to get to know your family better. In today’s busy culture we need to be good stewards of our time […]

Questions to Ask Yourself to Discover Your Calling

Have you ever been asked, “What do you feel called to do?” I used to cringe when I heard this question because I wasn’t always exactly sure. It took me over 30 years to start to figure it out and at times I still think I’m trying to figure it out! If you’re unsure of […]

The First Step Towards Success

The first step towards being successful is picking up the trash! I know it doesn’t sound heroic or romantic but it is a good place to start. Before you close this page or think I’m crazy at least hang with me for a few more minutes. Are you ready? Let’s go! While on vacation this […]

Going the Distance!

What keeps you going while enduring pain in your life? Have you ever thought about this before? My pastor has a great quote about pain. He often says, “To the extent that you’re willing to endure pain is to the extent that God can use you.” I think most people would agree that Jesus endured […]

What’s Your Prize?

In the first post in this series we talked about finishing well in life. Later, in the second post we discussed developing perseverance and learning to stay in your own lane. If you have not read these posts yet I would encourage you to start with these as this is the third post in this […]

Lessons for Runners, Cyclists and Christians!

We’ve already talked about the first step that leaders need to know about finishing well. Now we will talk about developing perseverance and staying in our own lane. I’ll admit that I’m not much of a runner but I do consider myself a cyclist! In order to win you have to know how to race! […]

What Leaders Need to Know About Finishing Well

In the next few posts I want to focus on helping leaders to finish well in life. In the day and age that we live no one is guaranteed a good ending, not even pastors. In fact, in the past few years we have seen more high profile ministers, politicians, athletes and stars take the […]

The Key to Overcoming Criticism, Trouble and Setbacks!

Do you ever wonder how some leaders seem to not be bothered by problems as much as others? What have they learned that we haven’t? I think I found the answer and would like to share it with my readers. The Apostle Paul seems to be someone that we could say this about. He was […]

Ten Phrases You Never Want to Hear Your Boss Say!

For the record, I’ve never heard my pastor say any of these, but they would be funny! Let’s start with number 10 and count them down!

Five Steps To Overcome Procrastination

Are you constantly putting tasks on the back burner and procrastinating? The Bible speaks to this issue in James 4:17 when it says, “Remember, it’s a sin to know what you ought to do and then not do it.” To be honest, I never thought of procrastination in this light. I always thought that it […]