Monthly Archives: December 2017

2 0 1 8 [the Next Level!]

Happy New Year! What’s the #NextLevel for you in 2018? Bust through that comfort zone & #JustDoIt! The Gym – where I regroup, de-stress, recharge & reframe . . . (and sweat!) #MakeItCount   Advertisements

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Have This Mind in You . . .

Wednesday, December 27th, 2017 | from Blackaby.net Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus. Philippians 2:5 Attitudes do not just happen; we choose them. Paul urged believers to have the same attitude that Jesus had. … Continue reading

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The Have-a-Ball Workout

Go round to get flat! Leaders know that being physically fit (the Fitness “F”) is essential for top performance. I use a Swiss Ball every time I workout – mainly for doing elevated pushups (draw the alphabet with your elbows … Continue reading

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Wonderful . . . !

At once our child, our brother, our Lord, our Redeemer, our Counselor . . . & our Savior.#Hallelujah #JesusIsTheReasonForTheSeason — Gene Bulmer (@GeneBulmer) December 26, 2017

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The Lesson of the Unfair Load

Posted on December 19, 2017 The following excerpt was taking from Chris Brady‘s popular book, Leadership Lessons from the Age of Fighting Sail. To accept the challenge of leadership is to accept responsibility. It is to shoulder burdens that others are … Continue reading

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Three Thoughts on Developing a Theology of Programming

Developing leaders and disciples frequently follow a similar path. Here are some thoughts from Eric Geiger on the structuring of that path. March 7, 23016, by Eric Geiger Discipleship is the process of becoming more and more like Jesus. As … Continue reading

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Better Instincts

by Seth Godin “Go with your gut,” is occasionally good advice. More often, though, it’s an invitation to indulge in your fear or to avoid the hard work of understanding the nuance around us. Better advice is, “invest in making … Continue reading

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