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Individual Challenges Should Be Addressed One-on-One

Avoiding conflict by addressing individual issues with the whole team prevents growth and ownership of the challenge.
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Catch Them Doing Good

“I don’t think I got a note today!” my preschooler confidently told me when I picked him up from school. Whether or not he had received a daily note...
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Living with No Regrets

Live with no regrets. So how are you doing with that? If life on earth were over tomorrow, would you feel satisfied? Would you be able to say that...
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A Picture Worth a Thousand Unspoken Words

The first time I saw this picture, everything stopped and froze in my soul. I couldn’t take my eyes off of it because to me, without any words, it...
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3 Causes of Apathy and How to Get the Urgency Back

Few things are more frustrating than working with an apathetic teammate who constantly needs to be prompted and reminded to do their part, step up, or follow through. Most...
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Cross

Are you a consistent leader?

I love learning about the leader that Jesus was while on Earth. I wanted to reflect on him today because there is no better leader example to learn from....
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Pretender

Hide-and-Seek Leadership

When you don’t communicate, it’s presumed you’re hiding something.
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Snowflake

Small Things, BIG Difference

We all want big results, but big results are achieved by us doing all the little things we need to do along the way.
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Flu coffee

Are you contagious?

Like the flu, a bad attitude can suck your energy, increase your apathy, make you physically hurt and keep you from your best performance.
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Street line

Should a Leader Compromise?

Knowing when and when not to compromise is a balancing act.
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