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How are you handling disappointments in your life?

There are many emotions, many experiences that everyone may not have experienced, but there are certain that everyone has experienced. And disappointments are one of those. If you are alive,…

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Kathleen Cooke

Guest Leader: Vice President of Cooke Pictures.

There are many emotions, many experiences that everyone may not have experienced, but there are certain that everyone has experienced. And disappointments are one of those. If you are alive, if you are working, if you are leading, if you are part of an organization, disappointments are just part of life. You cannot escape disappointments. Here is how you should handle disappointments.

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Leadership can be draining

Leadership can be draining in so many ways. So what is the antidote to that? If this is a drain and leadership is draining, then how do you make sure…

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Bishop Michael Pitts

Guest Leader: Founding pastor of Cornerstone Church in Toledo, Ohio and overseer of the Cornerstone Global Network of Pastors and Leaders.

Leadership can be draining in so many ways. So what is the antidote to that? If this is a drain and leadership is draining, then how do you make sure that you don’t lose who you are, the essence that makes you the leader? It simply means that if it is draining you’ve got to make sure that it is being filled in a constant way. Here is my question for you. Where do you get your energy? Who fills your tank?

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The Most Difficult Mental Discipline

F. O. C. U. S. Focus is easy to get but hard to keep. Because as a leader you deal with distractions all day long. As a leader, phone calls,…

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Chris Sonksen

Guest Leader: Founder of Church BOOM

F. O. C. U. S. Focus is easy to get but hard to keep. Because as a leader you deal with distractions all day long. As a leader, phone calls, emails, text messages, all kinds of stuff that is going on that is distracting you from your focus. I want to let you know that one of the greatest challenges I have is staying with what I have planned to do. Not getting my day hijacked.

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People Skill

If I could teach leaders one skill, it would be the fine art of what I would call “Chit-chat”. Making small talk, making conversation about things that might be dull…

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Doug Beacham

Guest Leader: Presiding Bishop of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church

If I could teach leaders one skill, it would be the fine art of what I would call “Chit-chat”. Making small talk, making conversation about things that might be dull and boring to you but might be of great significance and value to somebody else. When you are a person in leadership people want to know if you are not just interested in what they do, but are you interested in them?

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Producing who you are

So, what do you produce? Do you produce what you know, or do you produce who you are? Most people think that we will produce what I know as a…

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Scott Jones

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of Grace Church in Texas

So, what do you produce? Do you produce what you know, or do you produce who you are? Most people think that we will produce what I know as a leader. But who you are is the crucible in which what you know is placed. The messenger is the message. So you are producing people around you, my question is, more than what you know, how are you transmitting?

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How to inspire the people you lead [100TH VIDEO]

Some people say you have to inspire the people you lead on a daily basis. Some people say that all that inspirational stuff is just emotional fluff. Why do you…

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Michael Lukaszewski

Guest Leader: Founder of Church Fuel

Some people say you have to inspire the people you lead on a daily basis. Some people say that all that inspirational stuff is just emotional fluff. Why do you have to keep pumping people up to make them feel good? I want you to know that people follow you and follow your leadership because of how you make them feel.

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Shifting Leadership

Leadership as you have probably realized yourself already, is not a static thing, it is a dynamic thing. You are the leader and your leadership style has to continuously be…

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Clive Gopaul

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor at Conquering Through Prayer Ministries International

Leadership as you have probably realized yourself already, is not a static thing, it is a dynamic thing. You are the leader and your leadership style has to continuously be shifting to the people you are leading. Who you are and how you lead has to adjust to who you are leading. If you don’t keep track of who you are leading pretty soon you’ll not be leading at all.

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Defining Success

How do you define a win for your team? There are two ways to do that. You can walk into a room with your team being there as the leader…

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Johnathan Alvarado

Guest Leader: Bishop of the Grace Fellowship of Churches International

How do you define a win for your team? There are two ways to do that. You can walk into a room with your team being there as the leader and say “This is how we know we will be successful, by achieving this, this, and that.”  And you define the win, you define success. May I suggest a second paradigm for you to consider? Watch this video and I’ll tell you all about it.

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What you do daily becomes permanent

In my consulting work a lot of people want to know how to get to a certain place, what habits should they have, how should they be thinking and what…

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Daniel Floyd

Guest Leader: Founding and Senior Pastor of Lifepoint Church.

In my consulting work a lot of people want to know how to get to a certain place, what habits should they have, how should they be thinking and what should they work on. My big question when I’m talking to people is, what are you doing today? Because whatever you are doing today is forming a habit for what is going to happen in the future. Here are some examples.

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Starting and Finishing

Nobody remembers how you started, and nobody forgets how you finished. I remember when I started at the college that I came to as a student from India. I was…

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John Joseph

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of the World Impact Community Churches and Founder and President of TROTB.

Nobody remembers how you started, and nobody forgets how you finished. I remember when I started at the college that I came to as a student from India. I was their janitor, breakfast cook, and dishwasher. That is how I started. I ended up 12 years later as their President of now a University in Atlanta, USA. So I finished there as a University President. How you finish your race that is what is going to be remembered. Finish strong!

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