8 Practical Ways to Energize Yourself

Leaders need to be able to maintain a high level of energy. Energy creates stamina and endurance that can assist you in producing results, leading effectively, increasing productivity, and moving the team or organization toward the vision. Energy gets you going and leads you toward achievement. Jules Verne said, “An energetic man will succeed where an indolent one would vegetate and inevitably perish.” When you feel like your energy level is being depleted and you still have a lot of work for the day, here are practical ways to energize yourself:

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Podcast: Questions Leaders Need To Be Asking

nextuppodcast2Our greatest ideas and actions often come from asking good questions. In this podcast, Dustin Bates and Jonathan Pearson talk about 7 questions leaders should be asking themselves and those that they lead. 


3 Fundamentals for Successful Leadership

Author and motivational speaker Jim Rohn said, “Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” This principle applies to any type or level of success, including leadership. Knowing the advanced leadership skills and techniques is good however, the basic fundamentals of leadership must always be at the center of a leader’s life. Knowing and consistently applying the basics will greatly assist you in being a successful leader. Below are 3 of those crucial fundamentals:

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What’s Under Your Seat?

A couple of weeks ago, I was walking through our church’s worship center on a Monday afternoon and noticed the lady that cleans our building bent over under a seat. After saying hey, I asked her what she was doing. Her response kind of surprised me (although I guess it really shouldn’t)…

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Leadership By The Thumbnail

I have 2 year old. He loves watching videos on his iPad mini that was formerly my wife’s. His favorite thing to watch? Random videos on the Youtube Kids app.

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