How To Avoid Sexual Temptation At The Office

As a married man, I am committed to remaining faithful to my wife. That means I have to constantly evaluate my thoughts.

Even in the workplace. I need to judge what my thoughts are and where my eyes are going.

Beware of adultery at the office

Over the past couple of years, I’ve seen many of my friends fall to sexual temptation. They allowed themselves to become entangled in affairs.

Their actions caused the end of their marriages. Their families were ripped apart. And their relationships with their children have become strained.

It’s so sad to see people you love have their lives drastically changed because of a decision they’ve made.

These situations are also why I try to guard myself against the temptation to commit adultery.

I hope you’re committed to your marriage and your family as well. If you’re struggling to stay faithful to your spouse, I suggest you try the following actions:

How To Become A Catalyst Leader

The world is changing. And fast. That’s why we need catalyst leaders.

They take charge and get things done. Even when the world is in chaos around them.

You can be a catalyst leader

What Is A Catalyst Leader?

A catalyst leader is someone who’s leading change. They see what’s happening in the world and they jump in.

Catalyst leaders are those who are forward looking. Knowing you can’t lead without having a vision for something new.

They’re also leaders who are willing to push through resistance. They know they’ll experience a lot of pushback because of the new ideas they’re presenting.

How To Become A Catalyst Leader

Those who become a catalyst leader are a rare breed. Or maybe a dying breed.

We don’t see a lot of catalyst leaders out there. Yet we need them.

Their leadership is the only way we’re going to continue moving forward.

Everyone Needs A Team

Halford E. Luccock once said that no one can whistle a symphony. It takes an orchestra to play it.

How profound. How beautiful are these two sentences.

And how applicable to our lives.

friendships are vital

Life wasn’t mean to be done alone. We were meant to have friends and family and acquaintances surround us.

Much like Halford Luccock’s quote about the orchestra, we can say the same applies to our lives.

Your Life Deserves A Team

When I think back to elementary, middle, and high school, I remember the teams I had. They weren’t people on a sports team.

Rather, my teams were support teams. And I needed them.

In elementary and middle school, some of those people were Nick, Brian, Phillip, and Greg. They were my bros.

We rode bikes together. We hung out after school. We played Nintendo (the original 8-bit system) until the wee-hours of the night.

True Friendship Is Painful

Is there a sadder thing than a man who believes he has die-hard friends only to discover those friends really weren’t his friends?

People believe they have great friendships all the time. These so-called friends lap praise upon praise. They’re told they can do no wrong…

What is a true friend?

My question: Is that really a friendship? Or is it a recipe for disaster?

Real Friends Do This

Having people who tell you how great you are, feels good. Real good.

Our egos get a boost. We feel like we’re on cloud 9. We might be.

And real friends do give us compliments and encourage us. They tell us when we’re doing good. When we’re rocking it.

Real friends also do something else.

When we have true-blue friends, they know us well enough to call us out on the carpet.

You Are Judged By Who You Partner With

I always tend to go back to a famous Jim Rohn quote. You know the one.

You are the average of the 5 people you hang around with the most

In the online world, we often associate that with surrounding ourselves with the people we want to be around.

The successful ones. The businessman (or woman). The creator or doer.

Who are you partnering with?

Those are great people to be around. They’re going to help propel your success.

What We Forget

While we’re trying to slide into the IN crowd, we forget something. We can easily let our sense of right or wrong slip away.

Or maybe it was never there to begin with.

Years ago, I remember attending a webinar for someone I highly admired. I was stoked to see him succeed.

Then I began to watch the webinar. And I was surprised by the co-presenter.