Careless Leading

January 9, 2018
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Carelessness is something we don’t like to see in others, yet we seldom look for it within ourselves.

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Joy, Joy, Joy!

December 20, 2017
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‘Tis the season, right? Well, I hope joy isn’t just a season for you. But there is something about this time of year that makes even the ungrateful joyful. Why is that?

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3 Ways to Grow with Impacting Leaders in 2018

December 19, 2017
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Yes, I know we haven’t made it through Christmas yet, but I can’t wait any longer to tell you about three great opportunities that you, your team, and even your clients and prospects won’t want to miss through Impacting Leaders!

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3 Temptations Leaders Face

December 14, 2017
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Temptations are a serious phenomenon for everyone. We are all tempted in different areas of our lives: with our diet, our money, our exercise, our decisions, our statements, and even with whom we spend our time. Even the most self-controlled are tempted. Remember how Satan tempted Jesus in the wilderness? Now if only we could […]

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4 Signs Truth Reigns in Your Organization

November 9, 2017
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No matter the industry, leaders everywhere desire a culture of honesty. At the same time, followers crave to work in an environment of trust. Why then is this type of culture such a challenge for so many companies? I don’t think we take this subject seriously enough. Leaders, we must value truth more than anything […]

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What do you stand for?

November 7, 2017
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Taking a stand for what’s right takes courage. If you just go along to get along, well then, you’re really not taking a stand. Taking a stand means believing in something so much that you will stand up for it, protect it, and positively influence others about it. Many times we are tempted to not […]

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Who is your purpose?

November 1, 2017
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It’s frustrating to wonder what your purpose is, and it’s not just kids wondering what they’re going to be when they grow up, either. Many adults are searching for their purpose too, asking, “Why am I here?” I think we should look at this differently. I don’t think our purpose is a “thing.” I don’t […]

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Quiet Concerns

October 29, 2017
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I used to love hearing the noise, screams, and laughter when I had three young children in the house. When things got too quiet, I worried about what they were doing. As they became teenagers it was even more fun seeing the game room filled with kids having a great time. When it got quiet… […]

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Change of Plans

October 24, 2017
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Have you ever made plans for yourself, for your future, only to see them not work out as you planned? My husband, Keven, is a planner. He is great at researching, studying the details, and waiting for more information before he acts. He has amazing patience. Me? I’m his opposite. I’m spontaneous and will act […]

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What’s Love Got to Do With It?

October 13, 2017
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A leader’s love. Sounds a bit mushy, easygoing, vulnerable or weak, doesn’t it? Yet it’s actually a sign of strength and integrity. A leader’s love is a secret power they possess that makes teams and companies great. Leaders who put love on the sidelines don’t fully understand it’s magic and unfortunately miss getting the best […]

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