Category Archives: Mentoring

Leading new leaders

More “more” & more “before” . . .

A #leader sees MORE than others see & they see it BEFORE others see it.   A #leader sees MORE than others see & they see it BEFORE others see it. Always have a vision gap that requires you to need … Continue reading

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Effective, Fervent Prayer

You’ve heard it said that “Leaders are readers”. The leaders I know are also pray-ers. Do you pray for your organization? For your leaders>? For the successful implementation of your policies, procedures & projects? Wise men seek the Lord’s council … Continue reading

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4 Essentials When Bringing New People on a Team

Very apropos, as I’m bringing on a new team member this week & scheduling another four members this month – and we’ve already started these processes: _______________________________________________________________________________________ By LifeWay Leadership | By Eric Geiger Growing up in the New Orleans … Continue reading

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From the Front, or Alongside?

Sometimes you read things that simply don’t jive. And, while I’m attending a simulcast of the GLS in August – they don’t always have hard-core, “in-the-trenches”, practical leadership speakers. And with Bill Hybels out of the picture, I’d reassess if … Continue reading

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Donuts . . . & Perspective

“And why do you look at the speck in your brother’s eye, but do not consider the plank in your own eye?” ~ Matthew 7:3

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This is Why You’re Not Happy

#WinFromWithin | #MakeItCount

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Become the Creative you’ve Always Wanted to be by Embracing these Seven Habits

by Louis Chew The most commonly held belief about creativity is that it’s elusive, esoteric and unique only to the anointed few. The ancient Greeks believed that creativity was a divine attendant spirit that came to human beings from some … Continue reading

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