Beware of the Shift

I love football.

(That’s worthy of a blog post right there because I’m ready for football season to be here and my patience is beginning to wear thin. 🙂 But that’s not the point of this post or story… on to the real post.)

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Nurture or Dismiss: An Important Leadership Potential

Growing up, my family used to have a lot of animals that would wonder into our yard. These animals would often come around for a few days and vanish the next week. However, occasionally a dog or a cat would wonder into the yard and stay around a little while. When this happened, our family had to make decision whether to keep the animal or take it to a shelter. When i was about 10 years old, a dog came around that I just couldn’t leave alone. Within a few weeks, I had taught this stray dog to sit, shake hands, and lay down on command. I had nurtured this dog from a homeless mutt into a well trained family pet.

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The Problem with Both Talent and Charisma

Talent and charisma aren’t bad. They’re good. They’re gifts to be stewarded. In the Bible, Joseph and Daniel are two striking examples of both attributes and how God uses them to put us in places of expanding influence. The problem, however, with both talent and charisma is that they expand our influence whether our character is ready for it or not.

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Podcast: The Power of Positivity in Leadership

nextuppodcast2As leaders, we have to be realists. We have to be willing to admit how things are, but we have to be positive too. How do we balance that? How do we keep our teams positive when change still needs to take place?


Slow Down!

As a young leader leader person, it’s tempting to be in a hurry… ALL THE TIME.

We have a lot to do. I have a lot to do.

But something I’ve noticed lately is that opportunities for myself and for me to bless others come when I slow down.

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