Everything listed under: Leadership

  • The Practice of Preparation

    When your team shows up, do they expect to practice or do they arrive prepared to perform?  Read More...

  • The Hazards of Distraction

    We cannot risk the hazards of distraction: the tendency to drift off course when our eyes are focused on minutiae, or to miss details when we are too focused on the big picture.  Read More...

  • Jesus, the Extraordinary Strategist

    Have you ever thought about who Jesus Christ would be as a business leader? Would you model your leadership practices or business approach on who he is?  Read More...

  • Are Leaders Born or Made?

    Are leaders born, or can you make the decision to become one? Whether your view is from the bottom up, the middle or the top—your decisions make a difference. How a leader is made may surprise you.  Read More...

  • What “Follow Me” Means for the Entrepreneur

    Are you a rule-follower, a rule-bender, or a rule-breaker? Are you a compliant person, or do you tend to be contrarian? Do you prefer to follow or take charge?  Read More...

  • Ready or Not

    What you must be comfortable with, and what you must be prepared to do in your role as a leader, are two completely different things.  Read More...
  • Convergence

    What dream or plan has God called you to? Are you following God’s leadership as a steward in the business or role He has blessed you with?  Read More...

  • Never Alone

    You may not talk about it much, but you feel it: you're the owner or manager of a business, and you feel alone. As alone as John on the island of Patmos.  Read More...

  • Back to Basics

    Just this week I was asked the question “What do you do when business isn’t good? How do you handle it?" My answer is this: I’m seeking His will in all I do.   Read More...

  • Tempus Fugit

    How much is your time worth? If it’s as valuable as you think it is, why do you waste so much of it?  Read More...

  • Half Full or Half Empty?

    Not too long ago, during a lively conversation with a colleague, he emphatically stated “You’re an idealist. You see the world as it ought to be." Not that I would disagree, but I don’t think he knows me well enough to completely understand my perspective. if I were truly an idealist, I would not be able to see the world as it really is.   Read More...

  • Planting, Watering, Growing

    Your role never changes. As with all the challenges entrepreneurs face, growth is always on my mind — nurturing, maintaining, and managing it. I’ve found peace in the fact that no matter how much I yearn for growth — how wildly successful I am or how content I must be with modest circumstances?  Read More...




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