Leaders: The Most Important Person You Are To Lead is…Yourself

Leaders lead others, but don’t you wish that you could control those that you lead? I mean then we could get the results we want, right? Well, maybe, but we cannot control our team as leaders. In leadership, the only one that you have control over is yourself. You are in charge of you. IContinue reading “Leaders: The Most Important Person You Are To Lead is…Yourself”

5 Traits to Becoming a Leader Worth Following

Everyone wants to be a leader. Every leader wants followers as well. But we have all seen or even worked for a leader that you just don’t want to follow, right? Maxwell would say that individual is only taking a walk, they aren’t leading. I would go a step further and call them a managerContinue reading “5 Traits to Becoming a Leader Worth Following”

Leaders: Your attitude is a difference maker

I am convinced that those that we lead need our attitude way more than they need our education, knowledge, or ability. Attitude is not a personality trait, it is a decision that we make every single day. Regardless of your position, you can affect the climate of your team with the attitude that you bringContinue reading “Leaders: Your attitude is a difference maker”

How To Make The Most Of Your Time

This is my first “time management” post of my brief blogging career. Seriously. Look back at the archives, and you won’t find one. The reason I have never wrote on this subject is because I felt like I should not be writing about something that I am not doing a very good job of. TimeContinue reading “How To Make The Most Of Your Time”

How to obtain a God sized Vision for your Church

Continuing to update and grow your vision is one of the most difficult tasks that leaders face. Leaders are called to lead people to carry out the vision that they have. Vision is important? Why? People are attracted to organizations that have purpose. People follow vision driven people. Bottom line, if you want followers, youContinue reading “How to obtain a God sized Vision for your Church”