Four Steps To Help You Set Your Goals

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The most important benefit of setting goals isn’t achieving your goal; it’s what you do and the person you become in order to achieve your goal that’s the real benefit.

Goal setting is powerful because it provides focus. It shapes our dreams. It gives us the ability to hone in on the exact actions we need to perform to achieve everything we desire in life. Goals are great because they cause us to stretch and grow in ways that we never have before. In order to reach our goals, we must become better. Continue reading “Four Steps To Help You Set Your Goals”

True Servant Leadership

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If you are a person of faith, then you truly know from reading the Bible that through His words and actions, Jesus was a powerful and influential leader. Through his words and actions he created leaders as a leader. Continue reading “True Servant Leadership”

Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude

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Zig Ziglar declared, “It is your attitude, more than your aptitude, that will determine your altitude.”

There is nothing more exhilarating than being around people who exude the energy of endless possibilities. These kinds of people are needed in our lives if we wish to see what is attainable. Continue reading “Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude”

An Investment for the Future

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A John C Maxwell Devotion

“So [David] became captain over them. And there were about four hundred men with him.” 1 Samuel 22:2

Most people recognize that investing in a team brings benefits to everyone on the team. Here are ten steps you can take to invest in your team.

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As a Leader, How Bold Should You Be?

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Boldness builds leadership, but rashness destroys it. Discerning between the two is critical! Optimistic people are generally bold people! The late Zig Ziglar says it this way,

“An optimist is someone who goes after Moby Dick in a rowboat and takes the tartar sauce with him!”

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