One Framework to Diagnose Any Problem at Work

As a business leader, there’s really only one thing that is certain: you will face problems. What isn’t certain is how well you do at identifying the problems and then correcting them.

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Testimony: Broken and Full of Christ’s Radiant Life

By Roger Stanton, National Ambassador Coach I’m a grateful believer in Jesus, who is overcoming an addiction to pornography and lust, and my name is Roger. I spent most of my Sundays and Wednesdays at my local church growing up. I learned to emulate what I thought was a solid faith in Jesus. However, the […]

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How to Build Your Leadership Presence

How do you define “leadership presence?”   And how can you tell from meeting someone, working with them, listening to them speak—this person is a great leader?     When you think about great leaders, what comes to mind, absent the specifics of their success? In reviewing this week’s “Aim Higher” panel discussion about building your […]

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“The only way to change your life is to take action.”

I saw this video on TikTok from Mel Robbins, and in the middle of the night, I woke up and thought about it, and had to share it here.   @melrobbins The habit of hesitating in moments of change is what’s keeping you stuck. The only way to change your life is to take action. […]

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The Intentional Path to Work-Life Balance

High achievers have a bad habit of working too much and all of that extra time comes with a very real cost and, unfortunately, sometimes we don’t notice that cost until it’s too late.

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How to Stop Avoiding and Start Leading

Conflict to Courage No one likes conflict, especially in the workplace, but avoiding it can lead to bigger issues that, if left unresolved, can negatively impact your team and your business. However, conflict isn’t the problem; mismanagement is. Leaders unintentionally mismanage conflict when they turn towards coping mechanisms and patterns like aggression, avoidance, and appeasing. […]

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How leaders deal with fear

Dealing with fear in the workplace Is fear always bad? How can we safely approach and examine our fears? Can fear be useful in the workplace? How should leaders deal with fear? Good leaders can’t eliminate fear, either in themselves or their teams. But when fears are countered with actionable information? They can be a […]

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Evolving with Gratitude #Preview

It was such a blessing not only to publish Lainie Rowell’s latest book, “Evolving with Gratitude” with IMPress but to also write a portion myself with many others. When Lainie was going through the writing process, I challenged her by saying, “How will the practice of gratitude improve learning?” and she did a fantastic job […]

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5 Ways to Maintain Unity in Your Church

Unity within our churches has been stretched and challenged over the past few years. The world has become more polarizing, causing people to take sides on a whole host of issues. Pastor, you need to guard the unity of your church.  For God to move in your church, it needs to be united—no matter what’s […]

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Get the Feedback You Need to Grow

As a business owner, you are always the ceiling on how successful your business can be. The only way your business can grow is for you to grow. But, there’s a problem: As your company grows and becomes more successful, you’ll be more insulated from candid feedback.

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