Monthly Archives: July 2013

‘Dummy’ Leadership

I saw a ventriloquist on TV the other night.  He was amazing.  His ability to have a funny, witty conversation with an inanimate object was truly jaw dropping.  As he continued I was so caught up in the humor that … Continue reading

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Cheer… Leaders

My daughter, Annie, taught me a very valuable lesson when she was in high school. She tried out and made the high school cheerleading squad. Of course I was proud of her accomplishment but the lesson for me came when … Continue reading

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Leaders Celebrate

  In my current position I use the phrase, “people learn best when they are having fun.”  I really believe when you are enjoying yourself, you open up to many possibilities.  When I am having fun I can easily look … Continue reading

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Leadership Consideration

Spending a lot of time in airports can be pretty discouraging.  The discouraging part is the way people treat others.  Maybe it’s not the way they treat others, but the fact that some people can be so self-absorbed.  They don’t … Continue reading

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Before You Speak

I came across some notes I’d written for a message I presented at a church a few years back. There were some good lesson for leaders noted. Simply put, leaders must ‘think’ before they speak. The ‘THINK’ is an acronym … Continue reading

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