If a Book Can be Judged by its Cover, Can a Person be Judged by Their Bookshelf?
Joel J. Miller
By Joel J. Miller

I spent half of Saturday organizing my library. I’ve always had an unwieldy number of books, more volumes than space, and it requires a fair amount of shuffling around and reordering to get them all to sit there in a way that’s useful to me and tolerable to my wife.

It’s pure joy. Sorting through my library is therapeutic. There are few things more intellectually restorative than a casual browse of books you love.

A journey through your shelves allows you to get reacquainted with old friends and relations, books that might have triggered a line of thinking that still…

Really, a Therapist? Why and When You Should See One…
Bill Lokey
By Bill Lokey

I don’t know what you think about therapists or have thought about people who go see them but it may be that for some reason you are considering finding one for yourself now. If so, here are some considerations for helping you choose a…

What if You Don’t Know What to do With Your Life?
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

I’ve been taking people through the Storyline process for about four years now. The process helps people clarify their ambitions and take next steps. But a consistent question I get is…