Others-Centered Living in a Self-Centered World :: The Kit-Kat Show! :: Karen Ehman :: ITA115

By November 15, 2016Podcast

Do you feel overwhelmed by the self-centered, social-media-consumed culture we live in?  Do you want to learn (and teach your kids!) how to become more others-focused? 

Karen Ehman joins us today with some super inspiring stories and ideas of how to listen well and offer small gestures that can have huge impact on the lives of the people in your world.

Karen Ehman ITA ImageIn This Episode You’ll Hear…

  • Inspiring stories about small gestures impacting others in a big way.
  • About the positive influence you can have just by noticing others and listening well.
  • About “Heart Drops:” listening well to read between the lines.
  • Practical ideas for impacting others in meaningful ways.
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Quick Links

  1. Listen, Love, Repeat: Others-Centered Living in a Self-Centered World
  2. Proverbs 31 Ministries
  3. Love the song in the outro? It’s called God Day. It’s by Jen Stanbro and you can get it on iTunes by clicking here and check out Jen’s site by clicking here.

Connect with Karen

Karen’s Website: Live Your Priorities.  Love Your Life.

Karen’s Blog

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  • Avatar Kim says:

    This was such a great episode! I came away with some wonderful ideas to implement, like noting birthdays/anniversaries at a funeral so you can reach out to the bereaved in the future. Thank you, Kat, for all your work on this podcast.