Misemployed: When Your Job Doesn’t Fit

According to the Stress in American Survey, job stress is more strongly associated with health complaints than financial or family problems. One in four Americans believe their number one source of stress is their job. Today’s blog discusses misemployment as a source of job stress. Misemployment and Burnout The term “misemploy” means to use something in a wrong or harmful …

Being Thankful in Your Job Search

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A guest post from Crossroads Career ministry leader Harry Urschel of The Wise Job Search. What? Many of you read this and think that’s nuts… right? Being thankful in the process of having to look for a new source of income for your family? Being thankful while hoping that your career progression hasn’t been set back years? Being thankful while …

How to Thrive at Work

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One of our Crossroads Career partner church pastors – Derwin Gray of Transformation Church near Charlotte, NC – spoke passionately about the purpose of work – not just to survive but to thrive. Here are a few thoughts from his sermon. Even better, watch the sermon yourself and follow along with the sermon outline. Of the country’s 100 million plus …

Glad or Bad Mood at Work?

Your Mood – How Bad Is It? According to the National Institute of Mental Health and WEBMD, each year 9.5% of American adults experience mood disorders including depression. The good news is that you can learn how to make your moods better and avoid the worst. Take this quick quiz about Myths and Facts About Your Moods.   Win the Battle Between …

Declare Your Freedom

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  As millions of Americans celebrate Independence Day, most of us are in bondage to our financial situations. Are you among them? I owe. I owe. It’s off to work I go. Sound familiar? Are you living paycheck to paycheck? Fearful that you will run out of money before the end of the month?  Spending more than you make? Living off …