We have a man crisis in the church. Thankfully, Man in the Mirror is committed to helping pastors and churches equip men for success. And now they are hiring! Please help us get the word out.
When a leader falls, it impacts everyone. It is easy to be angry or become cynical. In this guest post, Lisa Whittle reminds us to remember five truths.
When it comes to fitness and health, what I hear the most is, “I just don’t have the time to exercise.” It’s true you need the time, but there’s something else you need more.
Cultures of accountability foster trust, integrity, and sustainable performance. Yet, six myths sabotage accountability in the workplace. Here’s what you can do about them.
Should you focus on polishing your message or building your platform? The truth is you need both. In this guest post, Carrie Wilkerson, explain why it is important to focus on your platform.
Occasionally, it’s helpful to see leadership from the follower’s perspective. In this guest post by Maranda Gibson, she describes the five characteristics of the best leaders.
Leaders must take responsibility for our own leadership development. In this guest post, Bill Hybels outlines four steps for absorbing new ideas and becoming a better leader.
As a leader, it is critical to know what drives you. In this guest post, Jim Mellado, President of the Willow Creek Association, shares four questions he asks himself when he is not sure about his own motivations.
Innovation thrives in an environment of diversity. In this guest post, Scott Williams explains why this is particularly relevant to the church.
In order to succeed, we have to be willing to experiment. This is especially true when it comes to blogging. In this guest post, John Saddington suggests three experiments.
Every successful leader wants to be a “game-changer.” Here are five strategies for changing the momentum on your team—instantly.
Fiction marketing in the current publishing environment is an evolving art. Some have described it as the Wild West, where anyone can win big. Other have hailed it as the end of publishing as we know it. But for those willing to take a chance—and responsibility—it’s an environment that is full of opportunity.