Monthly Archives: May 2011

Producing Ability and Desire


Imagine the frustration if you had a great desire to play professional basketball like Jeremy Lin, but did not have any ability.  On the other hand, suppose you had his ability, but never really wanted to put forth the effort.  … Continue reading

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The Profe: A wise mentor


I have been reflecting on some of the things that God has given me to succeed in my life and mission.  They all begin with the letter “P”. The first three were: Presence, Promise and Power. The next “P” word … Continue reading

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Promises, Promises


We live in a world where promises are broken all the time.  Couples make promises to one another to marry “until death do us part”, only to later divorce. Leaders make promises to followers and later falter.  Politicians promise to … Continue reading

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HBR: The Last Act of a Great CEO


Terry and I read this in Harvard Business Review. http://www.hbr.org  Thanks to our good friend Bob Hooks who got us a subscription!  The issue was January 2009 called TRANSFORMING LEADERS.  The article is called “The Last Act of a Great … Continue reading

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