Dreams develop daily, not in a day. Dreams develop in the process of time. Think about these Biblical dreamers: Noah – Noah is given a dream – to save humanity and the animal kingdom. It took 120 yrs. Abraham – Promise of a son. It took 25 yrs. Joseph – Promise he would be a great ruler. […]Read more "Dream On (Part 2)"
In the beginning, God had a dream. His dream was you. So he planned, prepared, went through the process of producing a hospitable habitat for humanity (for you). The Old Testament book of Genesis records that it took God six days to do this. On the sixth day, He crowned his creation by creating the human-race. […]Read more "Dream On (Part 1)"
Humility is compassionate, but humility also has a hard edge. There is a time and place where compassion must yield. Where does a humble leader draw the line? A leader draws the line where compassion and conviction collide. A humble leader should always respond with gracious poise, but must never veer from their priorities and […]Read more "Work Hard. Stay Humble. (Part 4)"
Humility is necessary for a leader to get to the top and stay there. The book of Genesis, in the Old Testament, recounts a pharaoh who was awakened by a recurring nightmare. As a intuitive leader he recognized that something strange was happening. As a self-aware leader he acknowledged his unease with the dreams, but […]Read more "Work Hard. Stay Humble. (Part 3)"
Work Hard. Stay humble. (Part 2) In a million ways, leadership means responsibility. If you are leading anything, than you are ultimately responsible for it’s growth (or lack thereof). A wise leader understands that growing (developing) your team is how organizational growth occurs. Growing people and growing your organization are inseparable. If you want to […]Read more "Work Hard. Stay Humble. (Part 2)"
Work Hard. Stay Humble. (Part 1) Humility is a leaders greatest tool. Humility can turn adversity into opportunities to build trust. And trust, is the currency of leadership. Influence (leadership) ceases to exist without trust. People do not follow those they don’t trust. Do you? Now being trustworthy as a leader, doesn’t mean you’ll lead […]Read more "Work Hard. Stay Humble. (Part 1)"
I’m so excited about the pre-release of my new book Fearless Faith. Here’s the introduction. I’d love to get your feedback and thoughts on it! So please feel free to comment. Also at the end of this post you’ll find a little gift from me, just for you, my blog-family. I hope you enjoy! […]Read more "The Introduction to My New Book, “Fearless Faith”"