Join us today as our guest shows you how to get to the career you love. Every one of us wants to do work that matters, work that makes a difference in the world. But recent data tells us that nearly 80 percent of employees are completely dissatisfied with their current work situation. “Workism” is making us miserable. It doesn’t have to be this way – following your passion and finding your dream job is easier than most people think. Learn how on today’s program!
What's the most important thing in the universe to you? What, more than anything else, permeates your thought life, pulls your heart strings, and propels your actions? Don't fool yourself. That supreme something-whatever it may be for you-is shaping the person you are becoming, for better or for worse, turning you into someone radiant and full of life, or making you a dim and weightless ghost of yourself. But what if we worshipped Jesus - the actual Jesus we meet in the New Testament? How can He, unlike any other object of worship, enlarge our intellects, our emotions, our actions, our relationships, our imaginations, our whole selves? Join us to hear an inspiring vision of how we become most truly ourselves by mirroring the Greatest Person in History.
An acclaimed interviewer and broadcaster, Ken Coleman inspires and informs audiences by drawing knowledge from some of the most well-known industry leaders, influencers, heads of state and celebrities. Host of The Ken Coleman Show and the top-rated EntreLeadership Podcast, Coleman equips, encourages and entertains listeners through thought-provoking interviews, helping them grow their businesses, pursue their passions, and move toward a fulfilled purpose.
Thaddeus J. Williams (Ph.D., Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam) serves as Assistant Professor of Theology at Biola University in La Mirada, CA. He has also taught literature at Saddleback College, jurisprudence at Trinity Law School, philosophy at L'Abri Fellowships in Switzerland and Holland, and ethics for Blackstone Legal Fellowship and Federalist Society in Washington, DC. He is the author of Love, Freedom, and Evil: Does Authentic Love Require Free Will? (Brill, 2011).