Posts from Russ Cline

It’s Important to Encourage Others

I was distraught. I sat the bench most of that 8th grade year. I had high hopes for my basketball career. I made the team, I earned the spot, I practiced, I worked hard, but I didn’t play. My dreams

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Are You a Head or a Claw

One of my favorite talks ever uses the illustration of a common hammer. The illustration looks at the 2 sides of a hammer: The HEAD is the part that is used to build. This is what you use to drive

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Simple Ways to Encourage

I have a file in my office that has been with me for almost 30 years. It’s a green file folder with a smiley face on the tab, and it’s stuffed full of notes that I’ve received from people over

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Managing Through Crisis

“Managing Through Crisis” is different from “Leading Through Crisis”. Leading means you step up, take control, and navigate through the crisis. You do this because you’re the leader. You do this because you are responsible to get through the crisis

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Leading Through Crisis

Have you ever been paralyzed by a crisis? You know what you should do, but you’re caught off guard, you weren’t prepared for what is coming. Your team is looking to you for leadership, and you aren’t real sure how

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7 Failures of Leadership

We’ve been posting about “Failure” over the past number of days. The purpose of these posts is to encourage you, not to discourage you. Terry St. Marie writes on “SmartBlog on Leadership” about 7 failures that provide the best improvement

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Failing Forward

“Most great people have attained their greatest success just one step beyond their greatest failure.” Napoleon Hill John C Maxwell wrote a great book called “Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes into Stepping Stones for Success” (©2000 Maxwell Motivation Inc.). Maxwell shares,

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Learning to Focus

Real Life Experience Today: I arrived to my office, where I’m patiently waiting on an internet technician to show up to fix a problem. While driving to my office, I made a list of the things I needed to accomplish

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Lessons from Failure

We’ve all failed at something. I remember taking accordion lessons at an early age, and I could never make it work, or sound good. I quit! I wonder what my life would be today had I kept practicing! I remember

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Why Is It So Difficult To Manage My Time?

This past weekend had the potential to be glorious!  It started with dinner with some good friends on Friday evening, then I had a list of things I wanted to do around the house on Saturday, and we were going

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