How do I live in a way today that helps me thrive tomorrow?

Have you ever asked yourself that question? Maybe you’re experiencing some leadership burnout after this intense season of ministry—at times we all feel overwhelmed, over committed, and unsure of what to do next. This week on the Think Orange Podcast, we had the chance to talk with Carey Nieuwhof about his new book, At Your Best, where he uncovers what he’s learned through years of experience, counseling, and coaching.

We don’t have to feel overextended. We can actually feel intentionality and success in our work, ministry, and our personal life. Enjoy this incredible conversation with Carey Nieuwhof!


Timestamps from Episode:

Carey shares why he wrote his new book, At Your Best. (11:30)

 When my schedule is determined by someone else how I negotiate that to make sure I stay in control of my daily experience? (19:50)

Tell us more about the daily rhythm resources you have available that will help people map our their day. (24:58)

What do you do when all of a sudden you’re managing your energy and something catches you off guard, or you have to deal with a situation that wasn’t organized into your schedule? (27:50)

If you find you have been sprinting for a month, three months, a year, be honest with yourself that it is more than a sprint. (32:24)

Talk a little bit more specifically about the difference between chasing balance and chasing meaning. (35:42)

Where can you buy the book and download the free resources? (38:31)


Books Mentioned in Episode:

At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor