Shannon Farris

Where Hope Is Found

Where Hope Is Found

By Shannon Farris / November 10, 2020 / 0 Comments

There is something consistent I have found to be true not only this past year, but my whole life is that I tend to gravitate and cling on to this thing called hope. The word hope is not one used lightly, it’s full of weight, expectancy, promise, and expectation. It can often swing like a […]

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hiring and recruiting process

Navigating the Road of Recruiting and Hiring

By Shannon Farris / September 14, 2020 / 0 Comments

The idea of going through the hiring and recruiting process can often make a small business owners’ head spin. It could be that you have never hired someone and have no idea even where to begin, or maybe you have hired before and it seems like candidate after candidate doesn’t work out. This leads you […]

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being resilient

Being Resilient: Falling and Rising Back Up

By Shannon Farris / July 28, 2020 / 1 Comment

Have you ever been around a baby that is learning how to walk for the first time? At first, they grasp on to your fingers, walking with your guidance and assurance that they won’t fall. Then the hard part for the parent comes in, the gradual act of letting go. The more they get used […]

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Navigating Through the Fog

By Shannon Farris / June 11, 2020 / 0 Comments

Have you ever driven through really dense fog? It can be quite unnerving. You can only see a few yards, maybe even feet, in front of you. What is interesting about fog is that it may not seem threatening, like driving through a really bad storm, but it’s stillness, eeriness, and the darkness that comes […]

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The Balancing Act

By Shannon Farris / December 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

Have you ever been to the circus? If not, have you seen the performers who ride on unicycles while balancing multiple plates. It’s quite an impressive and amazing sight. Although I cannot relate to having the same skill as that performer, it’s about this time of year when I feel as if I am that […]

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Ministry in the Workplace: Faith Doesn’t Stop At The Door

By Shannon Farris / October 2, 2019 / 1 Comment

If tomorrow you were to tell one of your co-workers or employees that you were a Christian, how would they respond? Would they be surprised? Confused? Shocked? I think this is a good question to ask ourselves. Our faith isn’t just supposed to stay between the pews on Sunday Mornings. It is important that our […]

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Employee Morale: Do You Have a Pulse On It?

By Shannon Farris / August 28, 2019 / 0 Comments

I recently had a conversation with a good friend of mine who works a very demanding job in the corporate world in Houston. As we were discussing her work, she told me with much relief that she has a new boss and is surprised that he is actually nice to her. A little taken aback […]

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Confrontation: Stop Avoiding It!

By Shannon Farris / May 24, 2019 / 0 Comments

Last week I went on vacation to the beach with my husband and another couple, who are one of our best friends. Overall, we had a great time; we had perfect weather and it was a great few days of some much needed rest and relaxation, with only one minor incident that left me a […]

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