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This was motivating to me today! I wanted to capture it for myself and encourage you. Other related articles 4 words to set better goals 5 Things That will Shape Your Destiny The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective People … Continue reading
Learning continuously is important for effective leadership in any arena–church, business, non-profits, family, etc. My wife [her blog on learning and leadership] and I have the privilege the past two days to attend the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit live … Continue reading
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How do I want to be remembered when I die? Not something I think about very often… or want to. However, attending a memorial service this past weekend caused me to think about things that I am…
The Olympic athletes have planned and trained for years to compete in London 2012. The winners receive a medal; those who don’t earn gold, silver or bronze still make memories and life-long friends. Isn’t it just as important to win … Continue reading