Leadership in 140 Characters

Here are the top 10 most clicked and re-tweeted leadership post from my twitter feed this week. These posts deal with creating a healthy culture in your church or organization. It is well worth your time to check out these posts. Enjoy! 5 Biggest Time Wasters for Church Leaders by Rich Birch 3 Steps To … Continue reading Leadership in 140 Characters

Great Leaders Are Great Thinkers (Repost)

I’m taking a little time off for the next couple of weeks, so I’m going to be posting some of my more popular posts. Call it a “greatest hits”…not that I’m saying my writing is great, these simply have gotten the most hits. Thanks for reading my blog. Feel free to share these on Twitter, … Continue reading Great Leaders Are Great Thinkers (Repost)

How To Come Up With You’re Next Great Idea

I’m taking a little time off for the next couple of weeks, so I'm going to be posting some of my more popular posts. Call it a "greatest hits"…not that I'm saying my writing is great, these simply have gotten the most hits. Thanks for reading my blog. Feel free to share these on Twitter, … Continue reading How To Come Up With You’re Next Great Idea

Productive Conflict

"Productive conflict" seems like an oxymoron to most teams. If you’re anything like me, the words “productive” and “conflict” don’t seem like they should even be in the same sentence, unless, of course, that sentence reads something like: “Conflict is not productive.” But think about it, all great relationships...the ones that last for the long … Continue reading Productive Conflict

That’s Quotable – Stay Stupid

I was re-reading Do the Work by Steven Pressfield and came across this great quote about staying stupid. The three dumbest guys I can think of: Charles Lindbergh, Steve Jobs, Winston Churchill. Why? Because any smart person who understood how impossibly arduous were the tasks they had set themselves would have pulled the plug before … Continue reading That’s Quotable – Stay Stupid