Do The Right Thing

I want to talk to you about a sentence you have heard many times before: Do the right thing. When you think about doing the right thing, you determine what…

  • Taking Some Time to Refuel

    Guest Leader: RJ Davis

    I took a trip a couple of weeks ago to Cincinnati, Ohio with my family. The first thing we do before we begin the road trip is fill up the tank of our vehicle. It would be foolish of us to complete an eight hour drive on one tank of gas. Every so often, we must stop and refuel. If we don’t refuel, we will be running on “empty.” It is foolish of us as leaders to operate on empty. Here is a few reasons as to why it is important to pause and refuel.

  • Willingness to Change

    Guest Leader: Danielle Pearce

    They say the only constant in life is change. Many people like change, or at least they say they do. They love to change their decor, hair color, and so forth. That is because it is change that they are initiating. But when it comes to others initiating change, they become a little, or a lot resistant. I am a part of the majority. Change is not bad and this is why.

  • Opportunities and Open Doors

    Guest Leader: Peter Mortlock

    I want to give you a couple of tips on opportunities and the right doors to walk through in life. As we walk through life, we make many decisions and are presented with many opportunities. With these circumstances and the “doors” we’ll be exposed to, we must know the right doors to walk through.

  • Opportunity VS Calling

    Guest Leader: Benny Perez

    Sometimes opportunities and callings look the same. However, when you begin to look a little deeper, you see that not every opportunity is your true calling. I tell a lot of leaders that many opportunities will come and go, but the calling of God will lead to opportunities. Do not chase after opportunities. Instead, reflect and find your calling.

  • How to Walk in Forgiveness

    Guest Leader: Sandy Scheer

    As leaders, it is imperative that we show our people how to walk in forgiveness. A couple of years ago we as a family went through a situation with another family in the church. They were in leadership and good friends of ours. We had taken family vacations with them, we had helped raise their kids and they helped us raise ours. And one day they ended up leaving the church. This is how I handled it.

  • The Big 3 of Leadership

    Guest Leader: James Merritt

    Everybody has qualities that they try to exhibit in their leadership and what I’ll give you is nothing new. But I do believe that these three in the ministry that I’ve had over the last 4 decades have been the biggest three that have made the biggest impact in my life as a leader. I’m not going to give them to you in any certain order but I try to constantly practice them on a daily basis. Here are my big 3 on leadership…

  • Currency of Leadership: Integrity

    Guest Leader: Clive Gopaul

    I want to talk to you about a huge currency of leadership that is called integrity. Another word for integrity is honesty. As leaders, we need to understand that we must create a credit account of integrity so we can have good will in our lives. One of the issues leaders face is the doubt they may bring to others. It is up to us to live a life a truth and build that trust with the people we associate with. Here is why.

  • The Type of Leader You Are

    Guest Leader: Geoffrey V. Dudley

    What I have found with respect to leadership is this: most leaders do not know what type of leader they are. Most leaders look at successful models of organizations and say “that’s what I want” as opposed to asking themselves what type of leader they are. You must figure out what type of leader you are, and this is how.

  • 5 Ways to Destroy Corporate Culture

    Guest Leader: Jeff Smith

    I want to take the next few moments to talk about five ways to destroy corporate culture. Our good friend, Sam Chand, defines culture as the way we do things around different environments. Whether working with organizations that are secular, spiritual, marketplace, or ministry, here are five things to be aware of.

  • Being Consistent as a Leader

    Guest Leader: Dean Ivey

    As leaders, one of the things we most often underestimate is the simple power of being consistent. Whether we are trying to lead ourselves or others, I think consistency is always the key from getting where we are to where we believe and know that we need to be going. Here is how consistency is applicable through teachings, in our lives, and how we can progress with consistency.

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