Ambition and Leadership

I highly encourage you to watch this video on leadership, no matter your role.   @nealfoard A lot of people want power but don’t know the best use for it. #fyp #storytime #tiktokstories #love #work #leadership #kindness ♬ original sound – Neal Foard   I felt chills listening to that story.   Here’s the deal […]

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Aim Higher: Leadership secrets of stress management

Manage Your Stress   Research: 8-out-of-10 people say that they experience stress regularly at work.     On this episode of “Aim Higher,” my panel of leadership experts discusses stress. Which, as we know, is itself a stressful subject. It’s an unpleasant fact of life, and in many cases, we’d just as soon ignore unpleasant […]

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The 8 and 80-Year-Old Versions of You

Well, today is my birthday. I am 47 years old, and I feel so much better than I did when I first hit this decade of my life. I hope that when I turn 50, that is still true. I just wanted to share this quote that I recently heard that struck me, and I […]

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7 Ways to Manage Change

Change How You Think About Change “Even thinking about the topic of change can be stressful.” ~ Tammi Spayde That’s one of the important points made this week by my panel of leadership experts as we discussed how leaders need to approach the topic of change. She’s right, of course. Something about the idea of […]

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“So much with so little.”

This blog post is part of my personal challenge to take one quote from this beginning of the year compilation and dive deeper into what the quote means to me! This would be a great challenge for not only someone diving into blogging, but it could also be great for a podcast challenge as well. It […]

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The Rules Don’t Apply to Me! (or, How NOT to Be an Entitled Leader)

It can be easier and more comfortable to spot the entitlement we see in others, but much more difficult to name it in ourselves. And often, when there’s an entitlement issue within our organization, it’s a top-down problem that needs to be addressed. 

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29 Quotes about Libraries

Quotes about Libraries for National Library Week My love for libraries is rooted in my childhood but nurtured and grown throughout my career. I’ve had the privilege of visiting libraries all over the world. Libraries are as diverse as you can imagine from boat libraries carrying materials to remote parts of the world to advanced […]

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4 Questions to Lay the Foundation for a “Culture of Innovation”

In this month’s post revisit, I am revisiting a post I wrote in 2017 titled, 4 Questions to Lay the Foundation for a “Culture of Innovation.” I enjoy going through these posts and “cleaning them up” by not only using Grammarly but by also asking, “Does what I say then make sense now?”  As I […]

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Paul’s Strategy for Time Management

I know many church leaders who struggle with time management. But the good news is, it’s something you can learn.  You might think that some people are just naturally good at managing their time. But that’s not true.  The Bible tells us that time management can be taught. Psalm 90:12 says, “Teach us to number […]

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3 Fears Facing Business Owners in Today’s Market

We’re all trying so hard to be confident that we rarely talk about our fears. But the fears don’t go anywhere. When we’re willing to face our fears, we grow even more in confidence and courage.

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