Circles of Friendship: A Guided Journal for Learning to Think Clearly about Your Friendships
They can’t all be your best friend. But they can all be part of your rich circle of friendships. Sometimes we feel disappointment over a relationship that means something different to us than to the other person. This can lead to a lack of appreciation for the friendship in its current state, misplaced expectations, or other conflicts. Because relationships can be challenging, it is helpful to step back and do a little defining of our circles of friendship. That’s why I created this book – a guided journal (with additional faith-based elements for those who enjoy that). It will help YOU do the internal work of thinking clearly about your friends, so you can enjoy ALL the different relationships in your circles of friendship.
I began my business in 2005 as a side endeavor, where I first aspired to "help other people excel" by incorporating qualities such as integrity, efficiency, diligence, and compassion into everything we do as an organization. My company has evolved over the years. In 2014, I made the decision to focus only on my business as a lifestyle career, rather than split time between it and employment in other organizations. At one point, the motto changed to Helping Overwhelmed Professionals Excel. I also partnered with competent and value-driven freelancers to expand how I can help those who need my uniquely structured services. In 2020, I again revisited my focus and updated our call to what it is today, Helping Others Pursue Excellence.