A Career Building Character

We all have past experiences, failures, and successes, but when we first meet anyone -  none of that matters. For they, and we, form our impressions from the patterns we see today.  This is convicting, for if we care, it should cause us to consider what we are teaching others about our faith, work ethic, …

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Leadership Autopsy

Leadership can often be misconstrued to be all about control, power, and competition. Not that this is always bad, it's just quite often a realty. Though we may strive to be "servant leaders" within this world, we can quite often get caught up in controlling outcomes, and working agendas and activities to best generate growth, …

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Slowing Down To Hurry Up

We can all tend to get in such a hurry, running from one meeting to the next, and keeping ourselves occupied with a flurry of activity. Ironically enough, this some how seems to be a badge of honor. For we falsely assume it shows how important, in-demand, invaluable, and wanted we are. So, we keep …

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Leading Light Bulb Moments

I've enjoyed the opportunity to serve in various leadership roles for nearly two decades, have read countless books, and benefited from wise mentors. Yet, each year, reveals there is still so much to learn. Such as, being an effective leader is not a destination, but rather a journey. It's an adventure of discovery that never …

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