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In the Meantime: Changing Our Perspective of the Waiting Period in Between Seasons

     There’s a space between seasons that I like to call “the meantime.” In this space, you are not here and not there. You aren’t where you used to be,...

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3 Categories of People During Crisis

I spend a lot with influencers in my professional work. One thing this pandemic has done is it has allowed us to multiply ourselves. Normally, when you speak or attend meetings, you physically...

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4 Principles To Boost Team Morale During Stressful Times

Stress is high these days.

You and your team may not have experienced one major thing in particular. Still, the cumulative effect of many small and unfamiliar stresses over a sustained period of...

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Systems Take Time, Systems Make Time

Over the years, I’ve been guilty of spending an inordinate amount of time on the front end of a task or project. Instead of simply completing the task, I’ll also create a system to make...

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Appreciating Your People: How Making and Deepening Your Connections Elevates Your Leadership

leadership sam chand Jun 24, 2020

There’s something interesting that I observe many leaders doing: they’ll go to a conference, seminar, or workshop, and they’ll hang around people they know…only people they...

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When You Succeed, Look Out the Window

Healthy leaders understand who has helped them, who has supported them, and who got them to the victory that they are reveling in today. I seek to create teams—to build people and create...

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The Zoom Church Revolution

2020 will go down as the year of the great disruption. Just when you and I thought this was going to be an epic beginning of a new decade, it became the year that regular church changed forever....

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Steadiness: Why Your Team Needs Your Reassurance During Crisis

If you’ve ever led in the midst of a crisis, no matter how large, you know that teams work together in a different way when challenges arise. Crisis times are stressful; there’s change...

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Dismantled and Destroyed: The Importance of Getting Rid of the Boxes in Our Minds

You’ve probably heard me say that we all have boxes in our thinking—old paradigms and limiting ways of looking at the world. We develop these boxes as a result of the...

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Professionals Know How to be Creative on Schedule

One of the big reasons I admire athletes is that they have to perform. In front of stadiums filled with people, they have to be excellent on a schedule. To make that happen, they must be in a...

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