Category: Personal Leadership

Make Better Decisions

Everyday we’re all forced to make decisions. Some of these decisions are easy to make, and some are more difficult.  A couple of years ago I wrote a post on “How To Make Good Decisions” HERE. I was recently ready

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Leading Change

My friend Ellis shared this quote at a recent Leadership Summit: “Change is like surfing: You either catch the wave or the wave catches you”. We’re not sure where that quote originated from, but the idea has been in front

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Russ’ Replenishment Cycle

Today was my 53rd birthday. We had a wonderful BBQ yesterday with some family and friends to celebrate, then today I was able to do some things that I wanted to do. This past year, I did a LifePlan. It was

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Do I Want to BE the Best or Do I Want THE Best?

The answer to that question reveals if we’re selfish leaders or selfless leaders. It answers if the organization is about ourselves or if it’s about the vision. Wanting the best for the organization will be the result of doing what’s

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Climb Every Mountain

Don’t worry, I’m not going to break into the wonderful song from the Sound of Music, but I am going to talk about “the mountain”. We’ve been talking about the role every leader plays in being a CHEERLEADER. This is

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Be A Stretcher Bearer

I remember the talk clearly. Michael Slater was speaking in our university chapel, and he used Mark 2 as his scripture. You can read the story, but it’s the story of some friends that carried their friend to Jesus to be healed,

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Leading and Communicating

If you want to be a good leader, you have to be able to communicate. It’s not just a skill to learn, but it’s a discipline to apply.       We know that there are 4 basic ways to

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Communication

This is a word used to describe someone who has something to say, or thinks he does. At least, he or she has something they want other people to hear. When they speak, they are a ‘communicator’. The Dictionary says

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I’ve Lost My Vision!

The year was 2010. I had just come through a major life transition in that I changed the organization I was working with, I changed my address by moving to a different country, our family was in transition with kids

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Vision Begins By Looking Back

If you want to create new and compelling vision or refresh what it is you’re doing and where you’re going, take some time to look back first. When you look back, a couple of important things happen: #1) YOU REMEMBER

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