I sometimes talk with people who say they don’t have enough time to exercise. The older I get the more that reminds me of people who say they don’t have enough money to save for retirement. I can relate. When I was younger and rising in my career, I rarely made time to exercise. I […]
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Every business has projects from time to time that demand our total focus and attention. The good news is that there are certain tactics we can use to keep our edge even when we’re under the gun. The most important thing is to recognize up front that we have to prepare. If you were going […]
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 […]
[guestpost]Mary DeMuth is the author of sixteen books, including her latest Not Marked: Finding Hope and Healing after Sexual Abuse. She’s spoken around the nation and the world about how we can discover and live an uncaged, freedom-infused life. She lives in Texas with her family. Check out her website and follow her on Twitter.[/guestpost] […]
We live in turbulent times. If we are to overcome the obstacles in our way, we must develop mental toughness. Former FBI agent LaRae Quy shares five ways.
As a leader, it is easy to get sucked into high maintenance relationships. When this happens, you and your organization suffer. Here’s how to avoid this common pitfall.
Many leaders are overwhelmed with their workload. However, they think their only option is hiring a full-time physical assistant. It’s not. Here’s why you should consider hiring a virtual assistant instead.
Batching is a form of time management that allows a person to maximize concentration and decrease distraction. In this guest post, Joshua Leatherman explains how it can boost your productivity and decrease your stress.
Many people fail at work and in life because they focus too much on the obstacle rather than the opportunity. Is it true in your organization?
Guest post from Mary DeMuth: That was last summer, culminating a stress-induced year of running after every opportunity, not considering if it fit the way God made me or my mission. I see now that so much of what I chased after was based on fear, particularly worry over money. So I said yes to everything. And gave myself a nice little ulcer.
The highlight of the day for me was Dave Ramsey’s talk. He outlined his “Momentum Theorem.” He displayed this as a mathematical formula, but here is the text version: “Focused intensity over time, multiplied by God, creates unstoppable momentum.”
Craig Groeschel is the founding pastor of LifeChurch.tv, a multi-campus church with dozens of weekly services in thirteen locations, including an Internet campus. In his book, It: How Churches and Leaders Can Get It and Keep It, he describes that illusive something that some leaders and organizations have and others don’t. In a moment, I will tell you how to get a copy FREE.