Dr. Jimmie Flores

Month: March 2021

Stop Global Whining

This past week I was in a line of cars waiting to drop off our daughter at her middle school, and the minivan in front of me had a bumper sticker that read, “Stop Global Whining!”

This message gave me a chance to reflect about the many times I have whined and complained about matters related to work, family, and just about anything else under the sun.

The Attractive Quality of Kindness

A few days ago, I was listening to a sermon by Charles Stanley titled, The Attractive Quality of Kindness, and I wanted to share with you what I learned.

The Future of Gen Covid (Gen C)

While going through my daily digest of news, I came across an article regarding Gen C or the Covid Generation. At first glance, I was going to pass on reading it, but my mind quickly linked the Covid pandemic to the Great Depression. I couldn’t help but think about how the events we go through today, change our lives tomorrow.

Facing a Major Decision? Ask Three Questions. My Sports Officiating Story

In 2014, after many years officiating as a referee, I faced a tough decision to leave the profession.

My officiating career started back in 1986. As a way to stay financially afloat while attending college, I decided to join the referee ranks. A friend at Garden City Community College mentioned a scheduled officiating meeting happening that evening, and she recommended I attend.

Lengthen Your Stride

During a recent meeting, a colleague shared a story about a leader in his previous employment stint, who would end all his speeches with the following statement …
We all need to lengthen our stride!”

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