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He set his face

April 12, 2020 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Passion & Provision, Business, Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections, Fulfilled

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This past Thursday Michael and I had a podcast interview ahead of us with some friends in Austin to talk about our upcoming book release of Fulfilled: The Passion and Provision Strategy for Building a Business with Profit, Purpose and Legacy.

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Choosing Well

October 29, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Business, Life with Jesus

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Each of us lives the life we choose.
– Roy H. Williams, The Wizard of Ads

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Vulnerability is the gift

September 24, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Business, Life with Jesus, Personal Reflections

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I just sat with a friend who is asking himself some hard reflection questions.

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The Reluctant Entrepreneur

September 11, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Passion & Provision, HaBO Village, Business

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Recently I found myself in a room with 900 or so very enthusiastic people all gathered around a common objective, to build an online membership site in whatever their niche is. 900 or so entrepreneurial types who want to work for themselves, set their own agenda, find freedom from the normal 9-5 job, or perhaps just reach more people with their life changing product or service.

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On Naming Books, Babies and Businesses

August 17, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Passion & Provision, Business

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Naming things is hard.

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Why I like Hope

August 05, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Business, Personal Reflections

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In our house there is a regular interaction between Michael and I. Most often it goes like this:

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Telling Yourself the Truth

May 06, 2019 / by Kathryn Redman posted in Business, Personal Reflections

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I discovered I made a mistake with a client recently.

It was a decent sized mistake with implications and significant consequences.

This photo depicts the feeling I had. Shock, disbelief. A sense of "I can't believe what I'm seeing.

A print job that needed to be delivered for an important conference and was hung up at the printer. Not their fault. My fault. 100% my fault. A simple mistake. No chance it could get there in time.

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