Is Comparison Affecting Your Leadership? By Kelly King
I returned home one night from a bridal shower and looked at my house with dissatisfaction. Why did my furniture all of a sudden seem so old? Why can’t I have an updated bathroom? Why does everything suddenly seem out of date? Normally I loved my home, but now my home didn’t compare to the one I just visited. I had fallen prey to the “er” factor.
Courageous Leadership, Part 2 With Andy Stanley
Welcome to the Andy Stanley Leadership podcast. A conversation designed to help leaders go further faster. On todays podcast we will continue our conversation on courageous leadership.
Why Influence Isn’t Based on How Much You Have By Chris Brown
The world says that to be influential, you have to be powerful. You have to be loud, and probably wealthy. You should also wear nice clothes, drive a shiny new car, and have lots and lots of stuff. Influence is reserved for an elite few.
20 Truths from Leading Major Change in Your Ministry By Ed Stetzer
Dr. Jeff Iorg, who teaches leadership, preaching, and church ministry courses at Gateway Seminary, has recently come out with a new book called Leading Major Change in Your Ministry. When we talk about Jeff behind his back (and we do!), we often refer to him as one of the best leaders we know. So, I was encouraged to hear about his new book and wanted to share it with you. Below are 20 truths found in the book.
6 Ways to Avoid Owing Taxes Next Year By Art Rainer
Tax Day has come and gone. For many, yesterday was a painful experience as they realized they owed the government more than expected. The good news is that, a year from now, filling out your 2018 taxes does not have to result in a repeat performance.