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Best Practices, Tools & Insights into building your Team

Five Marks of a Servant Leader

by LifeWay Leadership / Jon Bloom All professing Christians agree that a Christian leader should be a servant leader. Jesus couldn’t be clearer: “The kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them, and those in authority over them are  called … Continue reading

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The Financial Matrix

The Financial Matrix, like the fictitious Matrix in the film, is a system of governmental money control designed to keep people in bondage to debt (control the flow of capital & you control the masses & a culture of borrowing). … Continue reading

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LLR Corporate Subscription overview

The LLR Corporate Development Program (overview)

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Incremental Improvement

In reality it’s a commitment to you. To your goals, dreams & the best version of you available! Can you trust me? Yes. Now here's my question to you: If I agree to work with you, can I trust YOU … Continue reading

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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  

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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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