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Over the part few days I have been working on a presentation that I have to give in Chicago in August. I am giving a presentation on Communication skills. But unlike normal communication presentations, I am looking at it from the point of view of three prongs of the same fork:
Each aspect is unique in its defining of an individual, but each is interconnected to each other and each helps define our over all personality. The connections can be superficial and basically easily seen but the reality is that the connections between the three are deeply rooted to each other.
This presentation will be given at a conference being help at the Chicago Hilton on Michigan Ave. I love the city of Chicago, so I am excited about both the talk and the visit to Chicago. It will be a time for me to do what I love to do, give presentations on communication skills and see a little bit of Chicago. As much as I love giving talks on communication skills my first love is my faith. I love to teach about the Church and God and our relationship to them.
I have not had the opportunity in about a year to teach the faith, last year I resigned from my position as middle school youth minister at my previous parish and have not, as of yet, reestablished myself at my new parish. I am not sure what I am looking for. That’s just a nice way to say, I am not sure were God is calling me to. I am sure there is a plan for me, just not sure what it is yet.
The ability to present/teach is a gift that God has given me, what he failed to give me was the gift of spelling and grammar. But the gift of gab I received in abundance, and I try to use it always to glorify God. I fail often, but I try. My dream job would be to be able to make a living giving talks and presentations, teaching, about my faith. God willing I will one day experience that.
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