12 Books for Leaders & Aspiring Leaders (#10-12)

Last week I wrote the third of four posts introducing you to book seven, eight, and nine of twelve that have made me a better leader and give balance to my life and leadership. Go here if you missed that article to get caught up.  [Click Here] In addition to daily Bible reading, I am sharing a list of twelve

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12 Books for Leaders & Aspiring Leaders (#7-9)

Last week I wrote the second of four posts introducing you to books four, five, and six of twelve that have made me a better leader and give balance to my life and leadership. Go here if you missed that article to get caught up. [Click Here] In addition to daily Bible reading, I am sharing a list of twelve

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12 Books for Leaders & Aspiring Leaders (#4-6)

Last week I wrote the first of four posts introducing you to three of twelve books that have made me a better leader and give balance to my life and leadership. Go here to see the introduction if you missed that article. [Click Here] In addition to daily Bible reading, I am sharing a list of twelve books. Admittedly the

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12 Books for Leaders & aspiring Leaders

Everyone reads, but not everyone reads books. I have seen conflicting statistics about the number of people who read books and the number of books that are read. But this I believe from Mark Twain; The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them. I listen regularly to Dave Ramsey and

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4 Keys to Maintaining a Good Attitude in Bad Circumstances

I sure do like it when things are going well. It is so easy to have a positive and healthy attitude when things are going my way. When I am healthy, my family is healthy, nothing is in disrepair, my kids are behaving, my bills are paid, the sun is shining, a vacation is right in front of me, and

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A.Q. or I.Q- Which is most important to a leader?

I had some friends back in High School that I imagine you can relate to. You had friends and classmates just like these. Some were superior athletes that never played beyond High School and some were not even on the field for their senior seasons. I had other friends who had “off the chart” intellect. They trumped my intelligence by

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Four Differences in Effective and Ineffective Leaders

No one ever sets out to be an ineffective leader. However, whether at work, on a team, in a business, or at church, you do not have to be a genius to observe that not all leaders are equal in their abilities. What distinguishes the effective from the ineffective? Is it their personality? Their educational background? Their level of charisma?

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Five Ways Weak Leaders Kill Momentum

Mo-men-tum: The strength or force something has when it is moving. Momentum in organizational leadership or ministry is a good thing. You can make progress toward your mission with continued forward movement, even when smaller problems arise, or when a leader needs to briefly slow down, or when a change takes place within the organization. Despite the interruption, the organization

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