Faith Lessons From Over 60 Years of Friendship With Jesus (Part 3)

For the past few weeks, I’ve been writing a series of articles looking back at my 60 years of walking with Jesus and describing some of the faith and ministry lessons I’ve learned along the way. Read Part 1 HERE, and Part 2 HERE. The world has changed greatly in the 42 years since I […]

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The Five Marks of Spiritual Maturity

God wants all of us to grow. Maturity is one of his purposes for our lives. In fact, Hebrews 6:1 tells us, “Let’s press on to maturity” (CEB). God intends for us to always pursue spiritual growth so that we may “be conformed to the image of his Son” (Romans 8:29 ESV).   One of God’s […]

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Revisiting My Educational Leadership Philosophy

In August of 2013, I originally wrote out my “Educational Leadership Philosophy.” It is one of the most viewed pages on my site and I often wonder how often is it being viewed by educators or community members?  I wanted to revisit this as we come closer to the end of the school year because […]

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The 10/80/10 Principle: Grow Your Business with 20% of the Work

What if you could grow your business and only do about 20% of the work you’re currently doing? If that were true, you would do almost anything to find out how to do it, right?

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The Power of Vacations

The Power of Vacations  Why do we work so hard, so long, and vacation so little? The health, creativity, social, and productivity benefits of time off are well documented. Yet many of us feel guilty for taking a day off here-and-there, to say nothing of a week or two.     “Creative breakthroughs happen when […]

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4 Things to Consider When Moving to a New Position

As I write this, the last few weeks have been pretty stressful with a move to not only a new home but city and country. Although I have traveled to the US extensively in my career, there are a lot of differences in what needs to get done with this move versus moving to another […]

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One Simple Hack for Taking a Perfect Vacation

Vacations are essential for active rejuvenation. But for a lot of us, vacations aren’t all that restful—and coming back from vacation is a nightmare. We don’t start off with a great plan. And then, because we don’t tie up loose ends before we go, we end up working during our vacations. So we never clear […]

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Navigate the Swirl: 7 Conversations for Transformation

Create the Best Team Too many people live with a gnawing feeling that their team and, indeed, their entire organization could and should run more smoothly, more purposefully, and more effectively. But they are unable to actualize it amidst the daily Swirl, contends business and strategy expert Richard S. Hawkes, CEO of Growth River. In […]

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Creating a Positive Space to Move Forward

Here is something I have thought a lot about in my own life and I hope you can take part in this exercise with me. Think of all of the serious relationships you have had in your life that ended. What was the constant in all of those relationships? Without knowing the story or context, […]

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Your Midyear Goal Rescue Plan

It is July which means that 2022 is already halfway finished. While some people have made huge steps towards their goals, others have goals that they’re struggling to complete. Maybe that’s you. If it is, then there’s no judgement – life can demand your attention in ways we can’t anticipate. The good news is that […]

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