LEADERSHIP ARTICLES

The Damage of Showing Up Late – Even a Little

I met a producer the other day who was really frustrated. He doesn’t perform well at meetings, he continually gets turned down for jobs, and his career is suffering. I met with him...

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The Number One Cause of Failed Leaders

What’s the greatest destroyer of leadership?

What can undermine your potential faster than anything else? What’s the number one cause of failed leaders—on personal,...

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End Your Day with Tomorrow

In my ministry growth and development, I stumbled upon a fantastic strategy. It not only works for me, but is also in keeping with verified brain research. The brain is an interesting...

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Mastering Transition

sam chand transition Apr 27, 2020

We’re all in transition. It’s a natural phase of life for us. Transitions can take many forms, as you’ve experienced yourself. In my life, I’ve seen eight types of...

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Measure Twice, Cut Once

josh denhart Apr 23, 2020

Over the years, I’ve become friends with many carpenters. For some reason, God has placed many individuals from the construction industry into my life. I’ve spent time with them, and...

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Getting Too Familiar

sam chand Apr 20, 2020

As a leader, you’re responsible for the vision of your organization—you set the course, define many of the objectives, and lead your team in pursuing your goals. There’s a...

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When You Make Mistakes

If you’re living, breathing, and doing anything of value, you will make mistakes. It’s simply a fact of life. The only kinds of people who don’t make mistakes are dead people, and...

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Are You a Copycat?

Are you a copycat?    

I know, right? Strange question. Let me explain.

I love this Scripture from Ephesians 3:10: “To the intent that now the manifold wisdom of God might...

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The Need for Constant Improvement

Have you ever heard a world-class athlete say, “You know what? I’m at the top. I’m a champion. I don’t need to improve anymore.” Of course not. No star athlete thinks...

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Why True Leaders Are Encouragers

leadership phil cooke Apr 06, 2020

There’s a good reason so many books, websites, and leadership resources talk about the importance of encouragement. As Goethe said in 1768, “Instruction does much, but...

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