Posts from Rich Brown

The Greatest Leader Must Be The Greatest Servant

Psalm 23:6 – Surely your goodness and love will follow me     all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord     forever. We live in a world that glorifies “top dog” leadership, not servant leadership. And

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Getting Things Done

I was at a conference on Emotionally Healthy Leaders with Peter and Geri Scazzero. Pete said to me, “I can tell – you are a high capacity producing leader.” I was surprised by his comment. What did he mean? It

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Boards that Rock!

Most of us have served on a committee or a board that has functioned extremely bad. You know, the ones that start super late, once they start, the one in charge did not really plan that well and is unorganized,

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Who Moved My Cheese – Making Change Work For You

Change is something that we go through often. I just had a child graduate from College. Her life has changed and will change. I have a son graduating from High School in a month. If he only knew the change

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Be A Trusted Person

“I got burned on trust. I trusted them and thought they trusted me, but they used me. Sometimes I hate trust. It hurts when I put myself out there and they take me for granted.” These are all thoughts I

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Focus: Keeping On Track

Growing up I was considered “active.” Some might say “hyperactive.” If the drugs had existed back in my day I may have been numbed. I was simply curious. Curiosity can get you into trouble. People used to say to me,

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The Biggest Servant

Yesteday I took my daughter to McDonalds for an ice cream.  One forgets that going to McDonalds in most of the world is going to a place for middle to upper class people.  Almost everyone in this McDonalds was dressed

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Crossing the Double Yellow Line

As I drove along in my car I knew that today would be an easy day.  All I had to do was travel another 30 minutes and I would surprise Aaron, a Peruvian musician recording in Cayambe, Ecuador.  It was

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