Society doesn’t improve when the naysayers stand by and proclaim “I told you so.” It improves when, as a community, we decide that we’re better than the sum of our parts.
Sometimes we say the right things. We say “I forgive you” or will even convince ourselves we’ve forgiven someone who didn’t bother asking forgiveness. But in reality, we’ve filed it away somewhere, only to pull it out and use it against them the moment they wrong us one too many times.
When I was growing up, I hated hearing “because I said so”. It felt like a cop out answer when an adult didn’t really have any conviction behind what they said but they wanted it to happen anyway. It felt… lazy. And so I distinctly recall making the decision at a very young age to never tell someone “because I said so”.
My name is Anthony Anderson. I’m a writer, blogger, podcaster, consultant, leadership and organizational development specialist, husband of an amazing woman, and father of two. I also do Myers-Briggs and Enneagram training seminars and workshops. If you’re here, it’s probably because you’ve found me on Instagram or some other media platform and are looking for […]
I hope you’ve all had time to listen to my new podcast. If not, that’s ok- there’s still time! In fact, I had a friend this week suggest that I use that space as a way to share my journey through learning more about Advent. So, I dropped a surprise episode of One More Thing […]
Hello, friends! I’ve had a bit of time on my hands and have done the research to get this up and running- I’ve started a podcast! There have been plenty of times where I’ve thought- if only I had a microphone on this conversation it would be amazing! Well, now I’m bringing one along. And […]
The entirety of the biblical narrative is one of individuals being given the understanding of how to best honor and serve both the Creator and the Creation, those individuals deciding that they have a better idea of how to do those things, turning them into selfish pursuits, and then being extremely frustrated that the world […]
I’ve started riding a bike around the neighborhood a little bit these last few months. It’s been a good way to get some exercise, get out of the house, and has even become our twice daily routine to get my youngest to and from her school and avoid most of the traffic. So I’ve had […]
The truth of the scripture is truth whether we want to believe it or not. If God says this is who we are, then this is who we are. The invitation, or the calling, is to live like we believe it.
I’ve released a new eBook today: Advent for Grinches