Post Tag: balance

Say No to Say Yes

We all want to GET THINGS DONE. There is nothing as frustrating as seeing things stagnate, fall through the cracks or going south. If you want to get things done you need to know what those things are. In order

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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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Your Strengths Can Be Weaknesses

An article with BloombergBusinessweek says: “When it comes to making major mistakes, it’s not your weaknesses that will get you in trouble, it’s your strengths.” Isn’t this true? I know what my weaknesses are, so as a leader, I work

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Be More Productive! 1,2,3…

I just took a 4-day mini-vacation, I didn’t have money for it but I found the best reviews for credit cards on The Ascent by The Motley Fool.  It was wonderful.  We were able to go to one of our

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Controlled Chaos

When crisis comes, we tend to abandon all that we know and believe in order to respond to the crisis.  Sometimes a crisis demands this kind of attention, but sometimes we are better leaders when we’re able to address the

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What a Leader Needs Now

In a recent edition of INC. Magazine (www.inc.com), Leigh Buchanan writes an interesting article talking about  traits that are needed in leaders today.  Many of these traits have been considered feminine in the past, but the article explains that organizations

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Out of Balance

This fountain has been in our family for at least 15 years.  It was an anniversary gift to my wife, and we’ve moved it to a couple of different homes, and it moved to the United States with us when

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Working with Younger Leaders

I realized something this week.  I have always thought of myself as a “young” or “youthful” leader.  I’m full of energy, life, vision and passion.  I’m moving forward and excited about the direction God’s taking me in. But… Even though

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#4) Keep in Good Health

The Seven Goals of Success Fourth Goal:  Keep in Good Health A sickly leader does not have the necessary energy to lead a dynamic team.  He may offer direction and encouragement, but he will not be the leader out front

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Seven Lessons for the New Year

I’m reading Wayne Cordeiro’s book again, “Leading on Empty:  Refilling your Tank and Renewing Your Passion “ (Bethany House ©2009).  This book addresses how we as leaders can not only survive burnout, but how we can avoid falling into it

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