Posts Tagged ‘leading’
Post-COVID Leadership Toward Positive Entropy
Back in January, a few months before COVID hit, our church invested a fair amount of time and energy (and finances) into an online spiritual assessment, designed to help our people take ownership of their Life with Jesus. It was a great experience across our church family, and led to people having a conversation with Jesus about how they were doing, and then a conversation with a trusted friend for support and encouragement to grow.
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My desire for accomplishment is only superseded by the intensity of distractions I allow in my life.
We are made to create and work. Our desire to accomplish is universal. The object of accomplishment ranges from survival to possibly acquiring wealth and power, or hopefully to making a positive impact on the world in some way.
What Gets in My Way?
Lack of focus and overall busyness of life are prevalent distractions in my life. Others may be distracted by … Read the restRead More
The world has changed in the past month or so. We cannot get away from the fact that the normal we were living will never come back. However, we have this unique opportunity to help define what the new normal will be going forward.
Our Shared Experience
We have experienced and heard about the pains of change: death, illness, loss of jobs, schedule changes, loss of hopes, and dreams that will never be accomplished.
We have seen restaurants respond with … Read the restRead More