The Blindfolding of Experience in Leadership

Many times, as leaders, we are blindfolded by the experience we have gained over the years.

We assume everyone knows what we know, but we forget what we once didn’t know.

This realization is one of the major fuels of this blog. I feel what I’m writing is elementary […] Continue Reading…

10 Ways to Remain “Favorite” Pastor

I’ve read that leadership expert Peter Drucker once said the hardest jobs in America (not necessarily in order) are President of the United States, university presidents, hospital administrators and pastors. I talk to struggling pastors weekly. Having been in the business and political worlds, and now as a pastor, […] Continue Reading…

7 Ways to Make Decisions Fast

There are those moments in leadership when you have to make quick decisions. Decisions which impact others. Decisions that will be hard to reverse. Decisions which you would usually spend days, weeks or months deciding‚Ķhave to be made now. There is no choice. There are the decisions that you […] Continue Reading…