Jason B. Ladd

Ask the Questions. Embrace the Answers. Make the Leap.

The Secret to Success: Improve Your Life in Five Words

Want to save thousands of dollars in therapy and marriage counseling? I may have stumbled onto the secret to success for maintaining a strong relationship.  It’s nothing new.  Malcolm Muggeridge said: “All new news is old news happening to new people.” (Click here to Tweet that!) At one point it was new to me, and […]

Veterans Day Viral Video Analogy: The Stylist and the Savior

Watch this video. Then imagine what can happen on the inside when we find our home in Christ. (Click here to Tweet that!)

Veterans Day: Thanking Military Veterans and Kingdom Veterans

Soon America will celebrate Veterans Day.  Millions of Americans will graciously give thanks to our military veterans at home and abroad.  Of all the professions to choose from, they chose to serve. But they’re not the only ones who serve.  They’re not the only ones at war. This Veterans Day, another side of life is […]

Understanding Compulsive Return Policy Utilization Syndrome

Every good leaders studies human behavior.  I’ve learned that some people use store return policies more than others.  Do you: make sure you fully understand a store’s return policy before you buy a product? buy things knowing there’s a good chance you’ll return them? feel as good returning products as when you bought them? I […]

Apologetics: It’s Not About Saying You’re Sorry

Apologetics.  It sounds like you want to apologize for something.  Actually, it’s quite the opposite. The word apologetics comes from the Greek word apologia (áπολογíα), pronounced appo-LOH-jiyah. Apologia means “speaking in defense” or “to give a defense of.” Apologetics is the discipline of defending a position through the systematic use of information. Your Faith Is Not […]

Ratio Christi: Bringing Students Back to Life

If you’ve never heard of Ratio Christi, you will. I recently attended the Ratio Christi (RC) Symposium held at Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, NC.  Ratio Christi is the “reason of Christ.”  The level of scholarship, caliber of speakers, and depth of substance covered over the two-day period was unmatched. Mission The mission of Ratio […]

The Dip: How are you Handling Your Biggest Challenge?

In his book The Dip, best selling author Seth Godin writes about one thing we don’t like to talk about: Quitting The Dip In The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick), Godin motivates us with a very different strategy than most coaches.  In fact, he preaches the opposite: Quitters do […]

Fighter Pilot: Fighting for Rights and Freedom

One fighter pilot is fighting to stay true to his faith.  Jonathan C. Dowty is an F-16 pilot and author of Christian Fighter Pilot is Not An Oxymoron and runs the website Christianfighterpilot.com. While his book focuses more on fighter pilot subculture, this post will address being a Christian fighter pilot in the broader cultural […]

In the Beginning was the Worldview

In the beginning was the worldview.  Writer and philosopher G.K. Chesterton said, “In truth, there are only two kinds of people; those who accept dogma and know it, and those who accept dogma and don’t know it.” Similarly: There are only people who have a worldview and know it, and those who have a worldview […]