In our May gathering for the Lakeside Leadership luncheon, I spoke on this topic and for those who regularly visit
Every month you are invited to attend a free, no strings attached luncheon where the focus is investing in your
This might seem like an odd question, but take a deep breath, smile, and dive deeper here with me. What
In your line of work, your home or church, there is a culture. There are unwritten rules that people adhere
Have you ever been so excited to be a part of something bigger than yourself that you were willing to
After attending the Global Leadership Summit today, some pieces of ideas I have had connected. This is scary when I
Some people view transparency as a sign of weakness, but I view it as a sign of strength and humility.
Some of the best intentioned people are spreading disease when they think they are helping. Even the airlines get this when they tell us, “put on your mask first and then help other people”.
If we fail to evaluate, we fail. Plain and simple. We become dependent upon one way of doing things and our effectiveness begins to dwindle and in reality, the longer we depend on the “way we’ve always done it”, the more we disqualify ourselves for leadership in ministry.