4 Ways to Lead People Who Don’t Want to Be on the Team by Eric Geiger
Jeff Van Gundy has coached in the NBA and has commentated NBA games (I have always enjoyed listening to him when he does). He is well respected for his understanding of the game and his ability to coach it. He is currently coaching a mix of G-league players in their quest to qualify for the World Games (no current NBA players are on the roster).
Look for Opportunities to Encourage by Tony Evans
Are you one of them? They’re out there right now. There are millions of them. In your city. In your neighborhood. In your church. Perhaps even in your home. You may even be one of them. Who are they?
How to Lead When You Aren’t the Leader by Chris Brown
Pick me. Pick me! PICK ME! Your nose scrunched up into your eyebrows as you tried with all of your might to send a message to the teacher. Still, she chose someone else. Round three of “follow the leader” began and, sure enough, you were stuck in the back of the line. Little did she know you were born to lead!
Know His Word 2018 by LifeWay Women
One night, I perused Netflix, searching for a comedy. In the mood to laugh, I wanted something light-hearted and fun. I selected a movie from the section labeled “Comedies,” and began to watch. Fast forward about an hour—I was crying on my couch. This “comedy” elicited zero laughs from me, only tears. The plot featured the death of a main character and the entire movie revolved around the other characters learning how great their friend was in life. It wouldn’t even be considered a Shakespearean comedy!
Ships and airplanes have mysteriously disappeared in an area of the East Coast of North America known as the Bermuda Triangle. Leaders have Bermuda Triangles that make them feel helpless and fearful; things like public speaking, writer’s block, criticism, failure, and decisions. Here’s how to overcome your Bermuda Triangles.