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Women leaders are multitasking mavens.
We return phone calls while running errands. We prepare a report while attending a meeting or cooking dinner. We send a flurry of texts or social media updates while at our child’s game. We go to our dentist/doctor/haircut appointment while on a conference call.
Is your story good? Or is it exceptional?
This is the type of question Ed Catmull, one of the founders of Pixar, asks in his book titled Creativity, Inc. The book is part memoir telling the stories behind one of the most creative companies of our time. But the book is also part challenge to become exceptional.
Or in my words, to live not just better, but exceptional stories.
WASHINGTON (RNS)—Large churches in the South tend to pay their senior pastors the highest salaries, a new survey finds.
That’s one of the conclusions on churches and finances released by Leadership Network, a Dallas-based church think tank, and the Vanderbloemen Search Group, a Houston-based executive search firm for churches and ministries. A total of 727 North American churches with attendance ranging from 1,000 to more than 30,000 answered questions, more than double the number of congregations featured in previous studies.