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9 Signs A Leader Needs To Improve

No leader is perfect.  We have all seasons when we do not hit on all cylinders.  Seasons when our communications lack clarity, when our people skills divide rather than unify, and when the decisions we make miss the mark.  Simply put, there are seasons in a leader’s life we must simply improve. LeBron James of […]

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The Top 15 Books Christian Leaders Should Read In 2015

With the Thanksgiving and holiday shopping season set to begin this week, I wanted to provide you this resource to help you find the perfect gifts for the Christian leaders in your life.  These books have had a significant impact in my leadership and I know they would help encourage and equip you as well. […]

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22 Leadership Quotes And Lessons From The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

Earlier today I went to the 9:00 AM showing of the much anticipated movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.  Good thing I selected an early showing because the young lady working the ticket counter told the gentleman in front of me 11 of the day’s next 12 showings were already sold out. As the third […]

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The Top 10 Leadership Posts I Read The Week Of November 17th

Leaders want to impact as many people as possible.  It is just how we are wired.  We want to maximize our influence and make as big a difference as possible in the lives of people.  If you feel this way, the following posts are for you. They will help you increase your platform and grow […]

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6 Reasons Leaders Fail

Have you recently experienced failure as a leader?  If so, I have some good news for you.   Failure is part of a leader’s journey.  The question is never will you fail?  You will.  It is unavoidable.  The questions is what will you learn from the failure which will help ensure success in the future. […]

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17 Inspirational Leadership Quotes And Lessons From Tony Robbins

There are few people on this planet as captivating as Tony Robbins.  When he speaks, people listen.  And you can’t take your eyes off of him.  This is the power of charisma and positive energy. Tony appeared on today’s edition of The Herd With Colin Cowherd radio show.  I felt his inspirational comments should be […]

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25 Reasons Why Christian Leaders Are Important To Teenagers

Tonight I had the privilege of attending a dinner celebrating a group of teenage Christian worship leaders who recently completed a mentorship program.  As I sat through the evening and spoke with many involved, I reflected back to when I was a teenager and the impact Christian leaders had in my life. The same values […]

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14 Things All Pastors, Coaches And Business Leaders Should Know About Developing Team Chemistry

One of a leader’s greatest challenges is constructing a great team.  A team that is profitable, highly-effective and championship level.  There are a tremendous number of complexities involved in accomplishing this task – skills, experience, youth, diversity, networks and the one thing which is most elusive of all – team chemistry. Duke Blue Devils head […]

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9 Leadership Quotes And Lessons From Wisconsin’s Record Setting Melvin Gordon

Today, Wisconsin Badger running back Melvin Gordon rushed for a FBS record 408 yards against the Nebraska Cornhuskers.  Gordon’s performance placed him as the leading candidate to win this year’s Heisman Trophy.  See the video above for a 5 touchdown performance earlier this year against Bowling Green. As we look at previous interviews and features […]

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The Top 10 Leadership Posts I Read The Week Of November 10th

On Friday, December 26th I will be posting The Top 10 Leadership Posts I Read In 2014.  In this upcoming post I will be selecting the very best from every Top 10 weekly list I have compiled during this calendar year.  I tell you this because several of the posts below will be finalist for […]

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