Tuesday, December 1

Tag: vision

Top 3 thoughts on leading through a crisis
Leadership

Top 3 thoughts on leading through a crisis

A lot of great material has already been written on this topic. It's current, it's relevant, and we only have one chance do it well, before the moment passes us and people will decide how to label this period of time. Leaders have a unique opportunity to help people write the narrative now for what this period in history will be known for. What do you want your employees to look back and say? What do you want your constituents to look back and say? What do you want your church people to look back and say? Therefore, I thought I would add my 3 top thoughts on what I have tried to do in 3 different troubling events I have had to lead people through. 1. Communicate fast and clearly In order for us to stay orientated, we need to know something of our map and compass. Comm...
Don’t Seize Up in Lock Down
Personal Life

Don’t Seize Up in Lock Down

Don't seize up in lock down! 3 simple tips on how to stay in personal momentum during a season of lock down. All from encountering these rusted bikes that had been dredged from a nearby canal! https://youtu.be/YXUYBtUsd58
Work Life

10 Tips for the ambitious

Try this if you have any desire to be highly successful in your career or in your business. These characteristics apply whether employed or a business owner … 1. Entrepreneurs look beyond how things are to how they might be different 2. Entrepreneurs have powerful idiosyncratic visions (unique in characteristic) 3. Entrepreneurs make things happen – people of action not just visionaries 4. Entrepreneurs possess the trait of determination. ‘No’ is not an answer! 5. Entrepreneurs are ambitious – not to make money, but to change things 6. Entrepreneurs are charismatic – inspire and enlist extraordinary support 7. Entrepreneurs are positive – their optimism needs to be delightfully irrational 8. Entrepreneurs are often in a great hurry – they want things done yesterday! 9. Entre
Personal Life

#ALLIN PEOPLE

When he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Now go out WHERE IT IS DEEPER, and let down your nets to catch some fish.”  Luke 5:4  Jesus is the master at leading us to places that require us to step out.  But He does it for good reasons, He is looking for us to make a huge catch.  We limit our possibilities by staying within the zone we are familiar with. Its when we live an 'all in' sort of life in God, taking those fearsome steps that we find ourselves highly fruitful. Here are 8 characteristics of those living an 'all in' sort of life: #ALLIN people follow the EXAMPLE of Jesus Jesus was Himself a #ALLIN person, fully surrendered to His Father.  He even got baptised when He of all people never really needed to - so much was He wanted to demonstrate He was 'all in'.  He ra
Financial Life

10-Day Financial Exercise

Here is a post I first put up nearly 2 years ago, but is a helpful reminder for us all regularly. I am committed to helping you become or stay financially healthy.  Stewarding our financial world well helps us bring honour to God, the one who has blessed us with all that we have. Here is a 10-Day bible study exercise by Erica Pyle of 'Prosper Project' (member of C3 Church Manhatten) that will help you have a healthy perspective on finances. I highly recommend it. Introduction Day 1: The Provider Day 2: Purpose Day 3: Vision Day 4: Giving Day 5: Debt Day 6: Budgeting & Planning Day 7: Saving & Investing Day 8: Agreement Day 9: Speak Day 10: See