Entries by Justin Setzer


Three Ways You Can Help Recharge Your Spouse

My wife Christa is the greatest woman I know. I believe that she is a one in a billion type of person. With that being said, there are times when she needs a recharge from the day-to-day. Last week, I came home from work and knew that she had a stressful day with the kids. […]

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What Would You Change?

I love conversations with people who care about me and are willing to ask the tough questions. These people care enough about you to see the good in you but desire to pull out the great. I just had one of those conversations the other day with someone. They were trying to challenge me to […]

My Four Lessons From Almost a Week Without a Smartphone

If you have a smartphone, can you imagine your life without it? I had a small taste of what it was like to not have one after having had one for almost a decade. We can all benefit from advancements in technology these days. We are able to sync calendars, project management software, and see […]


Creating Space for what Matters Most

We all start off our weeks believing we will be able to get to the things that are most important. Why then at the end of the week are we no closer to achieving what is most important to us? Besides my relationship with God, there is nothing more important to me than my wife, […]

Why Failure Does Not Have to Be Final

When many people fail, it seems to knock the wind out of them. While none of us like to fail, we can grow from it. Being a twin, I always had a friend growing up. We would share birthdays, ride bikes down to the nearest video store, and play together. I remember our sixteenth birthday; […]

How to Change When Change is Hard

Over the last few years, I have read a number of books and listened to many teachings on change. A few of the books that I have perused include Relaunch, Leading Change Without Losing, and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There. I learned quite a bit from these titles, especially those that were […]