Val Mullally

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Val Mullally is founder of Koemba Parenting. She is a Relationship Coach, Keynote Speaker, Parenting Author and Workshop Facilitator (offering face-to-face and online courses) .
Her passion is supporting parents and professionals to help families to:
think more clearly
connect more compassionately
behave more response-ably
and live more joyfully.
She is an experienced teacher, principal and trainer. She lived for many years in Southern Africa, and now spends her time between North East England and County Cork, Ireland - two equally beautiful areas.

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Discovering the Secrets of Business Success from Ancient Biblical Wisdom

For every solopreneur and authorpreneur who is trying to figure out how to establish a successful model of business, here's what I discovered from a source of wisdom that's more than two thousand years old, and just as relevant today! Launching on Amazon early November!
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“The more severe the dysfunction you experienced growing up, the more difficult boundaries are for you.”
David W. Earle
Generous Spaciousness by Wendy Vanderwal-Gritter
“I want to remind pastors and leaders that we do not own the church—God does. We aren't called to serve the church from a place of fear with our primary focus on protecting our boundaries. We are called to fling wide the doors, to invite to the banquet those on the margins, those who will challenge our comfort and our aversion to getting our hands dirty. Announcing the kingdom is risky business. When our experience of church becomes so predictable and so controlled, one has to wonder how far we've strayed from the calling to be ambassadors of reconciliation to those far beyond the walls of the church.”
Wendy Vanderwal-Gritter
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Persuasion Secrets of the World's Most Charismatic & Influent... by Ben Settle
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Only read this if you want to stand above the crowd

This small book punches well above its weight. A crisp, dynamic read. Leaves you challenged, if you are serious about making a difference with your life.
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Why Can't We Just Play? by Pam Lobley
"This book describes a wonderful concept that I'd truly like to enlist for my family. Take away scheduling, and just enjoy life. Written with heart and love for her family, Pam Lobley details what is missing in our lives. Let the children play."
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How to be a Productivity Ninja by Graham Allcott
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Down to earth, practical and motivating

This book is an easy read, with easy to implement advice. A helpful read alongside 'Getting Things Done'.
I found the section re dealing wit the challenge of email particularly helpful.
Recommend.
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Martin Luther King Jr.
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
Martin Luther King Jr., A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches

Oscar Wilde
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
Oscar Wilde

J.K. Rowling
“We do not need magic to transform our world. We carry all the power we need inside ourselves already.”
J.K. Rowling

“About the expression "Hurt people, hurt people".. Hurt people are not going to stop HURTING other people until they receive the memo that it is WRONG, (or if there are actual consequences for their behaviour.) Feeling sorry for them and understanding where they 'came from' is not helping to stop the cycle of abuse.”
Darlene Ouimet

Jen Hatmaker
“We have no obligation to endure or enable certain types of certain toxic relationships. The Christian ethic muddies these waters because we attach the concept of long-suffering to these damaging connections. We prioritize proximity over health, neglecting good boundaries and adopting a Savior role for which we are ill-equipped.

Who else we'll deal with her?, we say. Meanwhile, neither of you moves towards spiritual growth. She continues toxic patterns and you spiral in frustration, resentment and fatigue.

Come near, dear one, and listen. You are not responsible for the spiritual health of everyone around you. Nor must you weather the recalcitrant behavior of others. It is neither kind nor gracious to enable. We do no favors for an unhealthy friend by silently enduring forever. Watching someone create chaos without accountability is not noble. You won't answer for the destructive habits of an unsafe person. You have a limited amount of time and energy and must steward it well. There is a time to stay the course and a time to walk away.

There's a tipping point when the effort becomes useless, exhausting beyond measure. You can't pour antidote into poison forever and expect it to transform into something safe, something healthy. In some cases, poison is poison and the only sane response is to quit drinking it.

This requires honest self evaluation, wise counselors, the close leadership of the Holy Spirit, and a sober assessment of reality. Ask, is the juice worth the squeeze here. And, sometimes, it is. You might discover signs of possibility through the efforts, or there may be necessary work left and it's too soon to assess. But when an endless amount of blood, sweat and tears leaves a relationship unhealthy, when there is virtually no redemption, when red flags are frantically waved for too long, sometimes the healthiest response is to walk away.

When we are locked in a toxic relationship, spiritual pollution can murder everything tender and Christ-like in us. And a watching world doesn't always witness those private kill shots. Unhealthy relationships can destroy our hope, optimism, gentleness. We can lose our heart and lose our way while pouring endless energy into an abyss that has no bottom. There is a time to put redemption in the hands of God and walk away before destroying your spirit with futile diligence.”
Jen Hatmaker, For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards

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