Jed Jurchenko

Jed Jurchenko is the husband to an incredible wife, daddy to four amazing girls, and a foster dad to one more. He's served as a children's pastor, marriage and family therapist, psychology professor, award-winning writing coach, and life coach. Jed is the author of 23 books on relationships, parenting, writing, and doing life well. In his free time, you'll find Jed reading, preparing for an upcoming marathon, barbecuing, paddle boarding, and enjoying life with his incredible family. Find out more about Jed's books, coaching, and courses at www.ithrive320.com.

How to Break up With Perfectionism and Do Something, Now

Do Something Now: How to break up with perfectionism and start!

Do you have a big project you’ve dreamed of starting? I know the exhilaration of having big goals. And I also know how miserable it feels to get stuck pursuing those dreams. Here is my best advice for you. Don’t wait. Break up with perfectionism and do something now! Perfectionism is cunning. She’ll whisper in …

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You are a leader!

You are a Leader: Here’s how to act like one—Jed Jurchenko

  You are a leader. How do I know? because “Leadership is influence: Nothing more, nothing less.” I love John Maxwell’s definition of leadership. It dispels the myth that leadership is reserved for corporations and big businesses. In reality, leadership is a gift, and it’s one that’s given to you. Let me explain. You are …

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Quotable Leadership

Tweetable Leadership: Five Leadership Quotes that Inspire Growth

I’m excited to introduce a new experiment called Tweetable Leadership. Recently I wrote about some of the most valuable advice I received this year. The advice came from Adam Smith, who encouraged me to “Be quotable.” I have gained an immense amount of value from putting this advice into practice. In fact, you can find …

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Coffee Shop Conversations

The Coffee Shop Conversations Story: How the blog and book began!

The idea of Coffee Shop Conversations (the blog and the book) began two years ago. It all started with a simple phone call to a friend. My friend and I talked about the Christian community and our unfortunate habit of taking a one-size-fits-all approach to problem-solving. This happens when the spiritual disciplines are treated as …

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