I decided to go back to physical books for 2016. I used to be a voracious reader. My pace was about a book a week, sometimes more. But that all changed in recent years. Even though I firmly believe that “leaders are readers and readers are leaders,” I have found myself reading fewer and fewer […]
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It’s easy to confuse abundance with blessing, especially in our work life. But sometimes abundance is just another word for burden. And it’s crucial for our success and satisfaction that we learn to spot the difference. More opportunities cross my desk every day than I can manage, and I bet it’s the same for you—even […]
Earlier this month, my wife Gail and I took a two-week vacation. We unplugged from e-mail and social media. Here’s what we experienced.
We’ve all heard it: “Leadership begins at home.” But how do you make that practical. In this guest post, Pastor Dave Stone suggests three ways.