Seasons of transition can be tricky. We see a broken system or an antiquated standard and we want to immediately get to work and fix it, but too much change too quickly can disrupt progress. In this episode, we discuss how to lead well in those early days.
The most difficult seasons of life are often defined by a tragedy or catastrophe we never could have imagined or planned for. In today’s episode, we discuss the secret to navigating these difficult times.
Faith is nothing more and nothing less than a surrendering to God’s will, but as simple as that sounds, it can be difficult in practice. In today’s episode, we talk about the lifelong journey of of our faith and what can happen when it intercepts obedience.
Influence isn’t bestowed like a job title. It develops over time when those you lead see you act in the best interest of others. In this episode, we discuss how to keep company with kindness and lead from a place of love.
Whether your past is riddled with failure and frustration or you’ve established a reputation for consistency and capability, your willingness to learn, change and adapt will determine your success in the future. In this episode, we discuss how to keep yourself in check and willing to grow.
As a leader, do you repeat yourself often? Do you question whether or not your message was received well? Do you micromanage those you lead because you’re afraid of confusion? In this episode, we discuss three ways in which we can check ourselves to make sure our communication provides clarity.
Strength isn’t a grand display of brawn. It’s not an antidote to doubt or fear, and it has little to do with scoreboards and tally sheets. In today’s episode, we’re going to discuss three identifying factors to help you redefine what strength looks like in your own life.
Just because I want to run a half marathon doesn’t mean it’s going to happen. There has to be a plan, some intentional effort on my part that will lead to this outcome. In this week’s episode, we talk about how to better support our goals so that we can see them accomplished.
Most leaders would agree, it’s our responsibility to invest in and develop others. The how is what most often eludes us. In today’s episode, we discuss three changes you can make to create better buy-in so that your influence is amplified and you can impact those you lead like never before.
Almost every problem we face can be traced back to inefficient communication. On the flip side, effective communication can relieve tension and remove obstacles. In this week’s episode, I share three tips to help you communicate better.
We all have dreams, goals and aspirations for the coming year, but oftentimes we allow Satan to sink our ship before it’s even made it out of the harbor. In this episode, we discuss a plan to combat the lies of the enemy and see our resolutions realized
Today’s episode is the most downloaded podcast of this season. I’ve often found that God’s plans supersede my own in astonishing ways and if I want to see the supernatural in my life, I must surrender my own agenda.
This week on the podcast, we’re once again pulling from the archives. Today’s episode was the most downloaded podcast of Season 1. Let’s resolve to make this year better than all those that came before.
On this week’s podcast, we’re looking back at our second most downloaded episode from Season 1. It’s entitled Fighting For Relationships. The holidays can be fun and exciting but they can also be stressful. At this time of year it’s important to r
Accountability is a necessity for leaders who want to grow, but it can be sporadic and discordant. In this episode we talk about strategically scheduling time for development so it is productive for both the mentor and the mentee.
Time is an invaluable commodity. The most successful individuals learn to safeguard it well. In this episode we discuss three ways in which we can better steward our time and tap into the power and strength of our Heavenly Father.
There’s something about the holiday season that softens our heart. In this episode, we discuss how we can better acknowledge the blessings we often overlook and become a part of the solution to many of the problems that plague our communities.
Just as a mom or dad wants to see his or her child win, your Heavenly Father celebrates with you a job well done, a day well managed. In today’s episode we discuss one change you can make to increase your productivity.