Dr. Gourgouris is a weekly columnist for MormonTimes.com. The articles below are his latest. You can find older articles by visiting his column site on MormonTimes.com.
One of the people I met at an LDS artist/author appreciation dinner was David Bowman. Read my interview with this wonderfully talented brother known for his "Who's Your Hero" series.
While the weather wasn't perfect for our family's trip to conference, the feelings in our hearts and minds were full of gratitude. There are five impressions that stand out in my mind.
Although there is no magic solution, you can do certain things to improve customer satisfaction. Having a successful business means having successful customer relationships.
Last week, we had a member of our stake presidency speak. He talked about the four stages of steady improvement in becoming a true disciple. Where are we at right now?
Today I'll be taking a break from the more spiritual-, philosophical- and relationship-related topics, in order to discuss something of even greater importance: BYU's Run for the Roses!
Is there any harm in taking compliments personally? Being recognized for our accomplishments is a good thing, isn't it?
As we embrace this principle of not taking anything personally, we free ourselves and experience that elusive peace of mind that comes by being loving to all.
You spend a lot of time around the people you work with, and it's perfectly natural to be attracted to someone at work. What isn't natural is if you actually do something about it.
I just went to my high school reunion, and instead of showing off what they've done over the years, it was all about remembering good times from our youth.
One of my friends told me the way she stays on a diet is by telling herself the food is not in her best interest. How can we apply that spiritually?