Because our hearts so easily shift, we need a regular practice of observing limits in our work. We need to affirm that we are a people called to multiple assignments, not just called to our paid work.
Leadership is an incredible responsibility that goes beyond projects and strategy and managing P&L’s. It is a legacy we step into, a legacy that engages our hands and our heart.
It’s a concept loaded with meaning and starving for clarity. It’s been abused, neglected, misunderstood, and misappropriated.
Our time is finite, and we need to live wisely with the time that we’ve been given if we’re going to live it well.
You can feel it in your team meetings, one on one’s, strategy sessions, and even when you are scheduling appointments. Time is ticking away. Christmas is almost here, your final PTO dates have been approved, and the year is quickly coming to an end. Some...
You talk about the gift that kept on giving. That single gift has paid more dividends in my life than a thousand shares of Apple stock ever could have provided.
No matter our season of life or the scope of our responsibilities, we all work for a common company. As followers of Christ, we are all in the family business. What does one do in the family business? Each one manages a metron.
If my experience is anything like yours, it seems like excellence is at first an issue of our heart. So how can we shape our hearts in a daily, practical way so that we work with excellence for the glory of God and love of neighbor?
“For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.” ―2 Timothy 1:7
“I don’t want to turn people into projects….” Have you ever felt this way when it comes to sharing your faith? It’s a path none of us want to go down, but unfortunately, it can happen in subtle ways.