In this week’s Love Works Podcast, Chris and Karin Conlee discuss the subject of weight loss alongside guest host and nutritionist Chris Thomas. They tell the story of Chris Conlee’s own weight loss journey, and how small and consistent habits are crucial in having success with our goals in any area of our lives.
In this week's Love Works podcast, Chris and Karin Conlee take an in-depth look at the subject of leadership. They discuss the purpose of leadership and how being a leader is defined by progression, not perfection. They also consider the differences between task-oriented leaders and people-oriented followers and the strengths and weaknesses of each.
In this week’s Love Works podcast, Chris and Karin Conlee start a two-part discussion on leadership lessons. They tackle the topic of how a leader can gain trust and become a servant leader. In addition, they also discuss how leaders can use accountability as a positive tool to help others be their best and progress toward their goals.
Chris and Karin continue the discussion of possibility thinking and how this relates to serving others. They talk about how intentionally serving others is the primary way to change a person’s beliefs and how we as Christians can form the right plan to execute God’s vision for our lives.
The origin of a dream begins with a possibility. The world is set up for our dreams to die, not to succeed. As Christians, how can we overcome the obstacles and carry out our vision? Chris and Karin Conlee discuss this subject in this week’s Love Works podcast. They discuss the importance of being a possibility thinker and using possibilities to fuel a vision and what is required to turn dreams into reality.
In this week’s Love Works podcast, Chris and Karin Conlee wrap up a two-part series on making vision stick. They discuss how repeated celebration is crucial to a vision, and how being an authentic leader means embracing a vision personally.
Vision leaks. Chris and Karin kick off a two-part podcast with the question of “How can I make my vision stick?” They dive into the first few steps on how to accomplish this, including how to move from what “could be” to what “should be” to what “must be” in order to carry out your vision.