At times we feel like there is a great chasm between where we are and where we want to be. What if, in actuality, it is as small as one step?
Are you purpose-driven or goal-driven? Purpose-driven people have goals, just as goal-driven people have purpose. The difference is what drives you.
Almost every problem we have with people can be resolved by authentic, respectful communication. It provides the warmth that is lacking. The compassion that is needed. The understanding that is so greatly desired, though not often voiced.
Have you ever considered yourself a bridge builder? Many people could use some bridge building in our world. Your help…our help together…could make a significant impact to bridge the gap of differing perspectives in our nation, communities, families and the body of Christ.
Increased self-awareness and alignment of your beliefs, thoughts, and emotions can significantly impact the behaviors needed to drive your success, however you define success. All of life is positively impacted when beliefs, thoughts, emotions, and actions are aligned.
We often think of hope as a gift that supernaturally falls into our heart and lifts us up above our problems. But, there’s a science behind hope that has three simple components.
Several years back every time I heard the word leadership, I heard lead-your-ship. (Say it fast and they kind of sound alike.) Think of your ship as what you have been given to lead. It could be anything from your small children to a company. How are you leading your ship?
Whether small annoyances or huge distractions, you don’t have to keep living with those negative habits, problems, and issues that affect you and those around you. Naming the issue may be hard but breaking it off is the challenge that reveals your character, fortitude, and grit.
Three significant lessons learned from a week-long cheerleading camp as a kid have been game changers in terms of mindset shifts and leadership perspectives.
Sometimes there are things from our childhood that we carry with us into adulthood that still serve us well. Here are a few that still work, whether in your personal life or in business.