Tag Archive: responsibility

Quick Skip: Leave the Midnight Oil

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There’s a guy here at the Broom Factory who always stays late. He’s a hard worker, no doubt, and he’s always got nicely crafted broom handles. Beautiful. Art, really. You know what we… Continue reading

“Let’s Take a Look at You” — Dr. Everydoctor

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As a rule, Skipper Armstrong, the superintendent here at the Broom Factory, always sits on our personal evaluations. The reason, he says, is that a disconnected outsider gives a more objective assessment of… Continue reading

Test Your Limits

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A life fully lived—a flourishing, impressive, skipper kind of life—is expansive in experiences, abundant in anecdotes, and proliferate with possibility. And that’s just the alliterate stuff. Getting to that kind of life while… Continue reading

Quick Skip #3: Responsibility Sculpts You

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This is third in a series from Skipper Reneau. Read more of his stuff at michaelreneau.com. On some days it’s easy for me to look at all this and feel awfully full of… Continue reading

Tales from the Skipped: Skipper Reneau on Holding On to Your Rear End

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*Note from the Broom Factory: This is the first in series of posts by Skipper Reneau. The Communications Manager at Summit Ministries, Reneau stopped in to inspect the factory and give the manager,… Continue reading

Tales from the Skipped: Skipper Cameron on Preemptive Love v. Entitlement

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Another evening has come, and another ruthless stare down between me and the dirty dishes has commenced. Picking up the sponge, my wife leans in to give me the obligatory kiss and “thanks… Continue reading