3 Lonely Leadership

Lonely at the Top:

“… Follow My leadership; if you do not trust yourself, place your trust in Me. See, I am walking ahead of you along this fearful road.” – St. Thomas More, The Sadness of Christ, written while imprisoned in the Tower of London. It’s lonely at the top: The reality is that leadership in business or […]

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2 Christ's Leadership Compass

Lead like Jesus

God has created me to do Him some definite service; He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another. I have my mission… I am a link in a chain, a bond of connection between persons. He has not created me for nothing. – Cardinal John Henry Newman We know […]

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15 Pursuit Of Excellence

3 Lessons on the Pursuit of Greatness

What do monks, Olympians, and entrepreneurs all share in common? At first glance, it is the differences between the three callings that appear most starkly. Monks devote their life to inconspicuous prayer and work in the stillness and stability of a monastic setting, while Olympians train and mold their body into a state of almost […]

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12 Fierce Conversations In The Desert

Business Skills in the Bible, Part 3

“In any situation, the person who can most accurately describe reality without laying blame will emerge as the leader, whether designated or not.” – Susan Scott Executive coach Susan Scott has written a book called, Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time. In it, Scott addresses the need […]

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9 Business Communication Mission

Business Skills in the Bible, Part 2

What characterizes the best leader, employer, or mentor you’ve had the opportunity to know? Likely the great leaders you’ve been most influenced by have been characterized by the catching force of humble yet confident leadership. Great leaders are grounded in knowledge of themselves and the world around them; they then place that humility at the […]

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7 Mountain Challenge Daring

Be Bold: Greatness Requires Daring

What makes a person truly great? One way of measuring greatness is by desire or thirst. How much we want to get a new job or acquire a new skill will affect if and how well we do that thing. Wanting something “badly enough” makes the desire overflow into our actions, guiding the choices and […]

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5 Servant Leadership Fellowship

Christian Leadership

“I think baking cookies is equal to Queen Victoria running an empire,” Martha Stewart once said. “There’s no difference in how seriously you take the job.” Stewart may have been being facetious, or simply pointing out that we can pour great effort and heart into anything. But, the reality is that some jobs are more […]

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