Canadian Writers Who are Christian–Lessons of the Year 2013

January 1, 2014 at 1:47 pm Leave a comment

On December 18 I blogged over at Canadian Writers Who Are Christian, as I do each month.  This being my last post for Canadian Writers  blog in 2013, I wrote about lessons from this year in business and in life.

Like others in my circle of friends and acquaintances, I could write a gratitude post—which could also be a blessing post— and that would be alright, for the year is ending on a stronger note, business-wise, and it’s a good thing to be looking ahead. Instead I will write about what I’ve learned this year. Read more here.



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