I woke up early to go to Andy Proctor's apartment. He told me all about his experience in the BYU-Jerusalem: the souvenirs he got (and how to haggle the best prices for said items), places he went, things I should bring, etc. Oh, man--I cannot wait! Church was good, too, I got a new calling! Ward temple committee co-chair. I'm so glad to have a calling again and look forward to serving. My dad called with a computer question and mentioned that our cell phone plan ends next week, so now I'm pondering which service (and which phones) I'd want...
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This was the perfect Sunday read and kept me enthralled for weeks. A must-read in my opinion. Brother Hafen has insights to life and marriage that are remarkably deep and complex... yet summarized and presented in very simple, natural way. ...
by Gary Chapman
This is a great read! Gary Chapman has a deep, experienced lens through which the reader can see relationships on an entirely different level. His recommendations are extremely practical and the framework he gives--that everyone has a "...
This book further cements my bias to rarely pick up a book without looking at reviews first. The table of contents looked promising--How to Deal with Conversation Predicaments, How to Keep Any Conversation Going, How to Graciously Stop A Co...
This book was SO insightful. I learned so much about communication. My favorite part was where he would analyze classic speeches from history and why they were effective. Highly recommended.
by L. Tom Perry
Great Read! There are a great many good thoughts in this book, (the life-changing parts, for me was in the intro and first chapter--I read that years ago and adopted his motto as my own).
"Every great and commanding moment in...