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An excerpt from In Pursuit of Great AND Godly Leadership: Tapping the Wisdom of the World for the Kingdom of God ...
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These are some items of interest that you might have missed in your daily travels across the web. However, these are too good to miss. So check them out, you might find something useful or at least fun. Today, September 27th, Google has baked a birthday cake. Today is their ...
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These are some items of interest that you might have missed in your daily travels across the web. However, these are too good to miss. So check them out, you might find something useful or at least fun. Today, September 27th, Google has baked a birthday cake. Today is their ...
Blog Entry | Blogs >
These are some items of interest that you might have missed in your daily travels across the web. However, these are too good to miss. So check them out, you might find something useful or at least fun. Today, September 27th, Google has baked a birthday cake. Today is their ...
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Jim Collins says, in his book Good To Great, that good is the enemy of great. That may be so in business, but how about in faith? One of the earliest things we teach our children is this: God is great, God is GOOD. That’s great (pun intended) but do ...
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Probably one of the top five books I have read in the past ten years is called Visioneering by Andy Stanley. In my mind, this book ranks with classics like Good to Great by Jim Collins and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. In Stanley’s book, ...
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
*The following was originally published in the Vermilion Standard.Jim Collins, in his book “Good to Great” about corporate success, makes the statement that the greatest enemy to great is settling for good.  I want to take Collins’ comment into the context of marriage because I ...
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I sleep in my workout clothes. Well, not every night. But the nights before I intend to exercise before the rest of my crew begins to stir, I bypass my pajamas in favor of my workout gear (minus shoes of course). You may snicker. You may have pity on my ...
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Are your employees fully engaged? Are you interested in getting to the point where you can answer “Yes!” to that question without hesitating? If so, you need to follow along with me in this series on employee engagement. Today, we will look at steps to hosting great employee fo ...
Article | Technology >
Saving Private Ryan can teach a valuable lesson to church techs ...