Leadership Under Stress: The Jesus Model

Are you feeling the stress of leadership?

Are you in the midst of chaotic times?

Are there more times of crisis right now than times of celebration?

Are you facing decisions which appear bigger than you today?

Are you wondering how you should respond?

Perhaps we can gain some insight from the life Jesus.

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10 Current thoughts on mid-life…

I’m what many would say “middle-aged”…

Of course, mid-life is a relative term, and based on average ages of life-expectancy, I’m past that point, but where I am is in between raising my family and becoming a grandparent. I’m concentrating on the next half of my career. I’m “mid-life”.

I previously […] Continue Reading…

The Encouragement Folder: Every Leader Needs One

I have a special folder…

It’s where I keep the notes of encouragement…

The emails you get that are extremely positive…

The cards that came in the mail…

The ones that say you’ve done something right…

The ones that say you know what you are doing…

The ones that say you made a difference in […] Continue Reading…

5 Things I’ve Learned In Public Speaking

My friend Scott Williams, author of Church Diversity, and were comparing speaker experiences after each of us finished our talks at a conference where we were both speaking. We discovered we had some of the same observations about speaking to groups. I have continued thinking about our conversation since […] Continue Reading…

5 Productivity Pitfalls Learned From Marathon Training

This is a guest post by Tor Contantino. I had the pleasure of meeting Tor at Catalyst this year. Tor Constantino is an ex-journalist, current public relations professional who has worked for CBS Radio and ABC, CBS television stations. He contributes to RELEVANT magazine, ChristianPost.com, SCL and his blog, www.torconbooks.com.
Here are […] Continue Reading…