Enrich my life? Yes, there are many ways to do so, but one way has been scientifically shown to be one of the most effect ways to help change your perspective in order to enrich your life. Did you know? Did you know it is scientifically proven that chasing after perpetual happiness is like catching …
Author: Don Owsley
Dr. D. Thomas Owsley is an author, counselor, life coach, educator, leader, and public speaker. He earned his several degrees in biology, history, social sciences, theology, biblical counseling, and pastoral ministry.
Don served in the U.S. Army, after which he became involved in a number of business pursuits. With some key people, he founded a private school where he was both administrator and teacher. For nearly twenty years after graduating from seminary, Don served as church planter and then lead pastor.
He now coaches, counsels, teaches at a university and a seminary, brings messages to various churches, speaks at conferences, and blogs. His first book, The Perfect Pastor? was published in 2007. His second book, ThanksLiving: How to Gain a Perspective to Enrich Your Life was published in December 2015.
His favorite hobbies are blogging, reading, and photography.
His passion is to use his gifts, skills, and talents to mentor, serve, and bring value to others to help them flourish in life. Don started Relavate to do just that.
Relavate exists to serve people like you who have a desire to enrich their own lives and elevate relationships. Don is available as a life coach and conference speaker. You can contact him through Relavate.org.
He and his family live in beautiful Colorado. You can also find him at www.donowsley.com
Appreciate Others? Why? To appreciate and thank people comes easy for some. For others, it is quite the chore. Easy or not, it is a very important part of elevating interpersonal relationships. Stephen Covey wrote, “Next to physical survival, the greatest need of a human being is … to be understood, to be affirmed, to be …