You have a history as a couple. Do you ever take the time to reminisce and reflect together?
Reflect & Reminisce
The value of reflection means: contemplation; calm, lengthy, and intent consideration; chew over. Reminiscing has a bit different meaning; it’s about recalling all the pleasant experiences. Both are a valuable exercise in marriage and leadership.
Because we feel the experience of reflecting and reminiscing is so valuable, we’ve written a short eBook with 29 questions to be a catalyst for the experience.
You can download the short ebook at Gumroad (where we are hosting our resources).
Leaders are intentional about growth.
You’re a couple in a leadership role, and as leaders, you need to be intentional about growth. If you’re not growing… you’re dying! Reminiscing can be a fun way to grow – reflection is a deep way to grow. Give yourself the opportunity to grow.
And there’s more…
Do you remember a book review we did last year? It was about planning a retreat for goal setting… (see it here)
If you want an opportunity to win a copy of the book we did a review on last year – The 48-hour Relationship Retreat – by Amanda Adams-Barney and Richard Barney, head over to our other site, Encourage Your Spouse.
The Barney’s are giving away one signed copy of their book to a reader who leaves a comment on posts at Encourage Your Spouse! (the full details are in this post at Encourage Your Spouse.)