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06 Oct FAIL

It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all–in which case, you fail by default. ...

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30 Jul Expanding Your Circles

If you're like me you are connected to social media, email, texting, and the list goes on.  At any given time I can get on instagram and see what people are doing, where they are, what they're eating - you know the drill.  In addition...

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02 Apr Three

As we near Easter I think of the cross - as I do every year. This year I not only thought of the cross but of the other two crosses where the thieves hung on the left and right of Jesus. As a Christian we...

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01 Nov Toxic Leadership

As a leader we have around eight to ten hours in a day of influence on those around us. With social media outlets, your influence can extend 24 hours a day 7 days a week.  Are you an encouraging leader, are you a vision casting...

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You need to set yourself some boundaries.  As a leader, an employee and just in life in general you need boundaries. Leaders Have some boundaries where communication is concerned.  Is it a weekend or after hours? You probably don't need to send that "urgent text". What...

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25 Oct Why We Pander

Recently I read a post from marketing guru Seth Godin entitled "The Problem With Pandering" which sparked my though for this post.  Of course I took his concepts and applied them in the circles I work in daily, mainly the church world. To pander is essentially...

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