All posts by: Jackie Trottmann

First, I have a confession to make. I didn’t always choose to meditate on God. As a matter of fact, I didn’t choose to meditate, period. Meditation and the Christian...
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I don’t know of another way to more immediately enrich your life than through journaling. I didn’t start journaling because I dreamed of being a writer. It was more out...
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I’ll never forget a solo road trip I took from St. Louis to Des Moines. It was a sunny day. The sky was bright blue and filled with white, fluffy...
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At a recent talk I gave about experiencing the power of joy and FLOW in your life and your business, I mentioned God’s time and our time. Apparently, it resonated,...
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Seek to strive for contentment? Doesn’t that make you lazy or stuck or not growing? In our culture where stressing and striving is rewarded and enough is never enough, can...
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To have joy and FLOW in your life, requires that you create space to breathe. These four tips will explain the importance of creating space and how to do it....
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Do you hate to wait? I was greeted with this dreaded green screen this morning with the never-ending white-dotted spinning circle saying: Please wait. Groan… Our Culture Trains Us to...
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Measuring comes in handy when you are cooking. Constant measurement in your day-to-day life, however, can quickly drain the joy from you. Measuring from the Outside Sources that Steal Joy...
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I embrace being a late bloomer. It’s a term that was used a lot in schools when children weren’t maturing academically. Late bloomers can also mean when someone physically, emotionally,...
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Read or listen to a light-hearted conversation about faith, the God Notes book, and being still. Introduction with Host Marty Guise and Author Jackie Trottmann You’re listening to Encounter here...
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