I Have Nothing to Bring

I Have Nothing to Bring--Write RightWhen the music fades

And all is stripped away

And I simply come

Longing just to bring

Something’s that of worth

That will bless Your heart

I’ll bring You more than a song

For a song in itself

Is not what You have required

You search much deeper within

Through the way things appear

You’re looking into my heart

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12 Christmas Gifts for Word Nerds

12 Christmas Gifts for Word Nerds--Write RightIt’s that time of the year again. Christmas music is playing in all the stores; the scent of pine hangs in the air; people are starting to rush home with their treasures. (Okay, maybe that’s just me. I’m an early bird Christmas shopper.)

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Three Reasons I Use Weekly Status Reports

Three Reasons I Use Weekly Status Reports--Write RightWhen it comes to client and project management, I use weekly status reports. Not rocket science, I know. Many entrepreneurs and businesses use them, and they most likely use them for the same reasons I do.

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Walk on Water

Walk on Water--Write RightFor me, starting a business is an act of faith. It’s Peter in the boat all over again. Jesus is inviting him to come, never mind the fact that Peter will have to walk on water to do it. The water is unimportant. What is important is Peter’s faith. What is important is acceptance and action: he has to get out of the boat and walk on the water.

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Write Right Goes around the World in Eighty Days

Write Right Goes around the World in Eighty Days

Counting Chains

Counting Chains--Write RightChains are the building blocks of crochet. Without them, nothing happens. No afghans, no scarves, no amigurumi (crocheted animals and other creatures). The chain is essential. It’s the foundation.

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Come Home

Come Home--Write RightTo you who are stuck in self-loathing, regret, guilt, and shame, the message is simple. It’s the same as it has always been:Continue Reading

There is No Try

There is No Try--Write RightThe other day, I was answering a basic “How are things?” email. My first answer looked something like this:Continue Reading

I Should Be Terrified

I Should Be Terrified--Write RightI should be terrified about starting a business, but I’m not. Six months ago, I might have had some nervousness. A year ago? I would have been petrified with fear. The news about Tenacity5 winding down in three months would have been like staring into the eyes of Medusa—never a good idea unless one’s remembered to keep a reflective shield at the ready.

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Pursue Joy

Pursue Joy--Write RightThe stumbler doesn’t aim for joy. Joy is a byproduct experienced by people who are aiming for something else. But it comes. — David Brooks, The Road to Character

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