So often with positive decisions to move a vocational calling forward, there comes a deep personal loss in other areas of life. Some constraints are harder to conceive as gifts, but they do ignite creativity.

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Cathy Fisher, a professor, social worker, wife and mom has been stretched to reconsider what her leadership and vocation now means with limited time, energy and finances.

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Jamaica Abare, a philosophy teacher by trade wrestles with finding meaning in her new world of raising a toddler, learning Spanish and PB&J’s.

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Allowing constraints to give shape to my responsibilities in a broad and comprehensive sense is actually a very beneficial way to discern my calling.

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Every single one of us benefits from a concept of calling that accounts for us as whole people with complex responsibilities rather than just wage earners or career professionals.

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Even though Tegu was in a financial crisis about a year ago, Will Haughey knew they were at a crossroads when it came to deciding to grow the team or stay lean.

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Most of the time Sajan George received push-back and rejection when pitching and launching an unproven model in a high-risk market. Learn why this did not deter him.

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With early success, it can be easy to puff up inspirational stories and speed up the process. “But the real work is in the small, often forgotten corners in life,” said Alex Forrester from Rising Tide Capital.

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In the interviews which explored the perspective of Africans and their partnerships with Americans, many wanted some comments to be kept anonymous. May their voices be heard.

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There were early wins that indicated Meals with a Mission was addressing a problem worth solving, but these same indicators did not point to a full-blown strategy for doing so.

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