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Are You Satisfied with Being an Average Leader?

What separates good leaders from bad leaders? You can probably spit out several obvious responses with little effort. Good leaders treat everyone with respect; they lead by example; and they aren’t hypocrites. However, if you are a leader, this isn’t the question you should be asking. Instead, you should be concerned with what makes a great leader. I have outlined below three ways to guarantee your leadership will be nothing more than average.

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Empowering Reasons to Say IDK

For years, I just couldn’t say it. I don’t know why, but I would say anything except those dreaded three words. Three simple words: “I don’t know.”  Why are they so difficult to say?  It’s because we have to admit a measure of ignorance.  It’s humbling.  But I want to encourage you to not fear […]

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3 Things I Learned from Joel Osteen

A wise man once said that he could learn from anyone… did you catch that?  He was wise… because he didn’t let anyone stand in his way of growth.  Not their successes or their failures. Not their preferences, their convictions, their methods, their mannerisms, their eccentricities.  We would be wise to learn from this as […]

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3 Things I Learned from Joel Osteen

A wise man once said that he could learn from anyone… did you catch that? He was wise… because he didn’t let anyone stand in his way of growth. Not their successes or their failures. Not their preferences, their convictions, their methods, their mannerisms, their eccentricities. We would be wise to learn from this as well…

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4 Signs Your Leadership Isn’t Working

There are ALWAYS warning signs. It hardly ever comes as a complete surprise. Team members begin backing away. Meetings lose energy and focus. Complaints rise. Morale falls. Then one day it becomes painfully clear – something isn’t working. Here are 4 warning signs that your leadership isn’t working…

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Greater Things

Change is uncomfortable. Transitions aren’t usually enjoyable – but they are absolutely necessary … if we intend on growing. Passing the baton, moving from one stage to another, rising to another level, turning the page into a new chapter. These are all metaphors we use to describe transitions.

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