Joshua and I met at the table and recorded a conversation about the “why” of our personal lives and how it intersects with TableThink. We hope you will hear how much we enjoy working together, despite the differences in our age, gender, and life experience when you listen to this podcast.
We talked about what it means to be inspired, innovative, and invested in our personal life as well as in our organization. We both agree these three elements are essential to living the best and it’s our hope this encourages you to develop these three core values in your own life.
When we are inspired, we see more possibilities.
That said, it requires intentionality to set aside time on a daily basis to connect with God. It’s part of our discussion quite frequently, especially when it comes to my early morning routine. There’s no doubt about our differences on this one.
Inspiration leads to innovation. There’s always something more to be implemented to live the best. Innovation is one of Joshua’s favorite pieces of life. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve walked into the office and found Joshua surrounded by gadgets and objects, attempting to develop more innovative ways to reach people with our best.
The thing is . . . innovation goes beyond what’s being done . . . with solution-oriented thinking.
Inspiration and innovation are connection points to investing our life with God, self, and others. This is a soul-deep investment, aligning who we are with our “why” of living. And.
When we intentionally invest our life by serving, we are at our best.
We appreciate you. Thank you for going on this journey with us. We’re grateful for the opportunity to do what we know is ours to do. Stay tuned for more!