3 Leadership Reminders from Watching Kaye as a Mother by Eric Geiger
Good mothers are great leaders. Eric observes the daily leadership qualities of his wife and shares wisdom that leaders in every sphere would be smart to model.
I have been married to Kaye for twenty years and have watched her as a mother for nearly ten. She is incredible at both. I am extremely blessed, and everyone who knows us knows it. I often hear comments like, “Bro, you outkicked your punt coverage,” or “Eric, you know how lucky you are, right?” God was very gracious to me when He, in His unmerited favor toward me, placed on her heart to say “yes,” when I pursued.
5 Simple Ways to Make a Powerful Impression that Will Last by Chris Dessi
You get about ten seconds to make a first impression. Here are five ways to make yours better.
On Sunday the New York Yankees will retire Derek Jeter’s number. When I heard the news, I began reminiscing about July 9, 2011, when I had the opportunity to meet the Yankee legend.
The God Who is Near by Kelly Minter
God’s Word is living and active and relevant to whatever you’re facing. Kelly shows us how “the human side of the Psalms” reflects real heartache and at the same time offers real hope.
I’ve spent the last couple days in the Psalms. I’ve been immersed in them because of a bible study I’m writing; yet it just occurred to me tonight that the more personal reason I’m there is because I need them. I am slow like this. And then it occurred to me that maybe you too could use the comfort and encouragement that’s found in these ancient songs, the plain, shared plight of the human condition so desperate to know God is there. That He hears, cares and helps.
It’s bad enough when the first try bombs, but what if your organization fails again? Here are 7 ways good leaders handle failure a second time, including asking the right questions, owning your own mistakes, rearranging personnel, and identifying and stopping the sabotage.
You hoped they would do better but they failed again. Why? Second chances – by themselves – prolong failure. People will fail tomorrow in the same way they failed today, unless they change.
In this brief video, Noël Piper, Kathleen Nielson, Gloria Furman share their own sources of encouragement in the early days of mothering. They also offer insight into why young moms desperately need the church and how to contemplate the eternal, even in the middle of the most mundane moments.