Category: Personal Leadership

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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Learning to Work SMARTER

I remember when I was assigned to read the book entitled, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.” by Stephen R. Covey.  I was a student in grad school and was struggling with balancing my graduate studies, a full-time job,

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Be Thankful In Your Fundraising

We celebrate Thanksgiving here in the United States tomorrow, and it’s a day that’s set aside for us to stop and be thankful for all that God has done for us and provided for us. Of course, we celebrate this

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5 Fundraising Questions You Might Be Asking

Recently, I wrote to a number of non-profit leaders asking them a couple of questions about fundraising issues they have experienced, and out of the responses of about 25 global leaders, I want to answer 5 questions on fundraising for

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Fundraising Begins With The Message

This past week, I had the privilege to provide some training to a group of leaders in the Philippines. I was presenting a couple of workshops on how to recruit team members and how to keep team members. In both

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Hunting for Owls (Leveraging WISDOM)

“The wise old owl”. That’s how most of us think of these nocturnal birds of prey. The link between owls and wisdom most likely began with their association with Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom. Athena was often depicted holding

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Leveraged Lives in Canada

We’ve been talking about LEVERAGE for the past number of weeks, and have looked at many different sides of it. Today in this post I want to talk about how one couple used LEVERAGE to create a Kingdom Impact. Paul

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Leverage Your Life: Live Healthier

In Tom Rath’s book, “Eat, Move, Sleep” (©2013 Tom Rath), he challenges us from his personal experience to realize that our health affects our impact.  Our health, and how we take care of our bodies, has a direct connection to

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Leverage: Diminisher or Multiplier?

I’ve been asked over the past 3 weeks by different people from different parts of the world this question: How can I build my team with the right kind of people? I’ve provided a wide variety of answers, ideas, suggestions

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Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Leveraging Your Team for Greater Impact I’m a sucker for historical biographies. The one that’s got me hooked right now is a book called “The Boys in the Boat” by Daniel James Brown. It tells the inspiring story of nine

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