How to Work for a People Pleaser

How to Work for a People Pleaser

In my previous blog I talked about how to lead even if you are a people pleaser. But what if you’re on the other end of that and the person who leads you like a boss, a parent, or a coach didn’t read my blog or take my advice and thus leads in a way that’s just...
How to Speak In Public

How to Speak In Public

It’s no secret that public speaking is one of the biggest fears we have. Yet, most of us will have to share a story, make a sales presentation, lead a group or facilitate a meeting at some point in our lives. As a pastor, I do a lot of public speaking. Over a given...
Summer Reading List

Summer Reading List

Now that summer is coming to a close and fall is just around the corner, I thought I would share my summer reading list with you all. What did you read this summer – share it in the comments below. Imagine Heaven by John Burke John is a Pastor who decided to take on...
3 Things To Do In A Boring Meeting

3 Things To Do In A Boring Meeting

We’ve all been in them. Most of us have even lead them (I know I have). The dreaded boring meeting. Sometimes it’s inevitable. A staff meeting to discuss revisions to the employee handbook, or how to properly use the online time cards–sure-fire snooze-fest. With some...
3 Voices to Tune In When Leading

3 Voices to Tune In When Leading

Leadership always comes with a concert of voices chiming in to assist. Whether you lead a family, a business, an organization or a church–all of us have to learn who to and who not to listen to. Last week I wrote about the three voices I’m trying to tune out in my...
3 Voices to Tune Out When Leading

3 Voices to Tune Out When Leading

Leading a church, ministry, organization or even a family has its share of challenges. Casting vision, setting strategy, cultivating values and culture; these are the exciting responsibilities of leadership. In every leader’s fantasy-land, their work on these...

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