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Updated August 2020
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As of week #15 in the COVID-19 journey there is only 50% of churches that have re-opened with protective cautions. Just let that data point settle into your thinking for just a minute. Honestly, things are not going as well as initially thought. After allowing this fact to settle in consider also – 4 weeks ago 3% of pastors stated they would consid…
 
Layered Disruptions is the mark of 2020. In turn this has increased the pressure of performance and pressure on our most sacred relationships. In week #17 of our COVID journey there are a number ofpoints to discuss regarding Pastoral Vulnerability. Vulnerability is something that ministers do not do very well. There is one generational thought of y…
 
As the churches of American continue to re-open their doors we are discovering that many people have yet to commit to returning to regular live church services. In fact it is almost a guessing game for some leaders. Barna Research has been polling the faith community for decades. They have put forth a special effort during our pandemic journey on a…
 
We are now into our 15th week of the COVID journey in our world. We have data that is showing the various highs and lows on this 15-week journey. What is emerging is the Hybrid Church – a combination of In-Person and Online church services. For me this has been a fascinating study of the changing emotions of church leaders. For example….. •Week #1 …
 
I looked again. I saw a huge crowd, too huge to count. Everyone was there—all nations and tribes, all races and languages. And they were standing, dressed in white robes and waving palm branches, standing before the Throne and the Lamb and heartily singing: Salvation to our God on his Throne! Salvation to the Lamb! Revelation 7:9-10 Msg. In continu…
 
The Moral Arch of the Universe bends towards Justice – Dr. King Just when you thought that re-opening your church was going to be a breeze, only to find out that you are up against 13 weeks of changed habits in church attendees lives and just when you are about to gain some traction all of a sudden we are faced with RACISM in America. So what is th…
 
I asked a question earlier; What does 9/11 and COVID Pandemic have to do with the Graduating Class of 2020? The answer; They were all born in the 9/11 era in which we faced terrorism on American soil. It was a global Terrorist concern. This class graduated with a Global shut-down due to COVID-19. It is a Biological warfare concern coupled with Raci…
 
At the close of week 10 of the national quarantine and now attempting to reopen the doors of the church, we are experiencing the Good, Bad, and Ugly. WOW, we are witnessing disruption layered on top of disruption. Amad Arbery, George Floyd, Antifa, Anarchist, Confused Media – What are we to make of all the confusion? The pre-existing storyline for …
 
So that we establish a basis for this Podcast, the data sets are from the Barna Group’s study dating back to 2000. This is a 20-year research to measure national trends. YES, these trends may look different in your location, but when taken as a national view, these figures do not lie. So let’s understand the magnitude of this research. Barna Group …
 
We need to begin these insights by stating there was already an interruption that was being felt in the church world pre-pandemic. The church world was on a pathway of disruption with or without Covide-19. That said Barna Research has been on the fore-front of this study. Churches in Canada, USA, and United Kingdom have been part of a weekly snapsh…
 
Some wake up to an alarm. Some wake up to a calling – Unknown 8 Characteristics of A Calling – When it is your calling, you won’t have to chase it. You will be captivated by it. Your Calling Matches Who You Are – No one is ever called called to so something they are not suited to do. Self-awareness is vitally important in finding your calling. I am…
 
If your actions inspire people to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, then you are a transformational leader. I believe in training in leadership. I have vested my 40+ years on Faith-based work of which 34 years investing in others to become leaders. However, so that we do not miss the elephant in the room, let’s understand there is a…
 
The true measure of leadership is influence – nothing more, nothing less. The Law of Influence Leadership position does not give someone leadership authority. Having a title is not the same as having influence or moral authority. Harvard Professor Sharer states that moral authority is not easy to define, but you know it when you see it and when you…
 
Our differences can make a positive difference – Maxwell A few years ago in Harvard Business Review they gave a definition of TEAM. “A team is a small number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, set of performance goals, and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.” (Katzenbach & Smith, “Th…
 
You do not lead by hitting people over the head – that’s assault, not leadership – Dwight D. Eisenhower Consider the following comparisons on what Directing Vs. Connecting looks like. This is an “AHA” moment. 7 Insights on making this important Leader Shift Humility – Let People Know You Need Them Good Leaders are aware they need others and they ma…
 
If I have seen farther than others, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants – Isaac Newton John Maxwell articulates four stages to move from being a personal producer to an equipper of others – Ladder climbing to Ladder Building. Ladder Climbing – “How High Can I Go?” Glen Turner stated the hardest challenge of getting to the top of the ladder…
 
Have you ever thought about the expectations of your organization? Think about this for a moment. Are you expected to “hold the line?” Maintain the course? Change direction? Get out of the box? Blow up the box? (John Maxwell). Without sabotaging your organization and the good people you work with, ask yourself right now what zone are you in? At tim…
 
You cannot lead people if you need people. John Maxwell There is a vast difference between conceding that change is inevitable and believing that change is essential. John Maxwell Here are seven insights on shifting from Pleaser to Leader Change your expectations toward leadership – Learn to separate what is best for you versus what is best for the…
 
Value Team-Work Isn’t it interesting that as a challenge escalates the need forteam-work escalates. The true measure of successful leadership is not gettingpeople to work. The true measure of a successful leader is not getting peopleto work harder. The true measure of a successful leader is getting people towork hard together! Team leaders know the…
 
FACE REALITY Here is an interesting definition of a crisis; “When you can’t say, ‘Let’s forget the whole thing.’” John Maxwell. It has been said the leaders first responsibility is to define reality. Peter Drucker stated, “A time of turbulence is a dangerous time, but its greatest danger is a temptation to deny reality.” Hanging on and hoping is no…
 
Strength and growth come through continuous effort and struggle – Napoleon Hill When people begin their leadership journey they typically become enamored with the title and all of the perks associated with it. Reality always sinks into the present moment – people will not always or naturally follow you because of your title. That is more true today…
 
The genesis of being “self-disciplined goes back to the first century in a word group that means to be self-controlled, to exhibit control over desires and wants. It implies to gain control over areas of our life that will bring success or failure. In leadership, we must first gain control over ourselves first before we can truly be effective in le…
 
Helen Keller was once asked, “What is worse than being born blind?” She responded by saying that being born with sight and yet having no vision! The ability to see first and further than others is a quality of great leaders. As a leader you need to see what others cannot see. As a leader if you cannot see ahead, your team never will. Here are three…
 
Zig Ziglar’s words are as profound today as the day he first said it; “If you help people get what they want they will help you get what you want.” The heart of this statement is all about servant leadership – help others first! If your leadership model is all about getting people to do what you want them to do, Zig’s words are an aggravation to yo…
 
It has been suggested that the single most important aspect of great leaders is to possess a “whatever-it-takes-mindset.” It seems at times that we have created a victim mindset in society. It has been said that a victim is someone who suffers loss at the hands of an other person’s actions. This leaves the person to whine and whimper about it until…
 
In the book Cradles of Eminence, the authors explored the backgrounds of more than 400 successful people. They found that many of these noted people in American history that three-fourths of them came from poverty,broken homes, and difficult parents. They also noted that 75 of 80 writers and 16 of 20 poets watched traumatic psychological drama play…
 
Because people do not mind change, they resist being changed I want to look at some insights on this thought. People feel awkward and self-conscious doing something new – Let’s face the truth, we are more comfortable with old problems than we are with new solutions.. New solutions represent the unknown. Author Marilyn Ferguson stated that it is not…
 
To keep myself on track, I need to remind myself of the importance of character and why it matters. Since I am a person of faith, I have a number of biblical references to remind me of the importance of character and why it matters. Consider the following: Our hearts can be deceptive (Jeremiah 17:9; Psalm 139:23, 24). We can so easily seek leadersh…
 
The one commonality for all leaders is that life is filled with pressure. Pressure will cause us to act in different ways than we might otherwise. When this happens our priorities can become confused and distorted. Consider these insights. We overestimate the importance of most things Too many priorities paralyzes people When small demands are give…
 
How do you develop the leader that is resident within you? If you have never done anything to enhance this capability, the good news is that you can start today. What is it going to take? Let’s begin with the basics, What is the definition of leadership? Leadership is influence – nothing more and nothing less. Said another way, Leadership is the ab…
 
Here is the top 10 list of small things done consistently will lead you on the pathway to greatness. In our last podcast we focused upon the small things you could do personally. Today, our hit list will focus upon what you can do for others. Share Your Leadership – Give your team opportunities to grow in their careers while gain self-confidence by…
 
Many books and articles have been written about Self Actualization. How do we achieve the highest expression of ourselves. Surely it is a goal to achieve our highest potential. So how do we do this? This podcast will be one of two podcasts that I will devote on achieving your greatness by means of the simplest of actions. True greatness consists in…
 
The language of ownership sounds very different than the language of a victim. We do not naturally or easily make the claim, “I am a victim.” However, we need a reality check from time to time to perhaps see that in fact we are victims and we are speaking that language as leaders. I want to share 4 insights around the question, What language do you…
 
Six Keys To Developing Curiosity Keep A Beginners Mindset Age and experience can become a detriment to a person’s growth and vitality. If we are not careful we can become part of the “Been there – done that” crowd. Rather say; “I am going and doing that!” How do you keep a beginners mindset? Ask questions Do not worry about an image to uphold Keep …
 
In his 70’s John Maxwell successfully completed a half marathon – 13.11 miles. There are five lessons learned from this experience that can challenge any leader in any organization. Let’s examine these insights. Spontaneity is the foundation of youth It seems that as we age we are not as spontaneous It is easy to get stuck in your ways and not dare…
 
There are 6 functional changes we need to make in order to keep Millennials engaged in the marketplace. Millennials do not work for a paycheck, rather they work for a purpose. They want purpose to be intermingled in their job. They want their work to matter APPLICATION: Connect their purpose in life with the purpose of the organization. Ask them wh…
 
Gold Medal winner Lanny Bassham begins his book with this quote; “I am well aware that there are many fine self-improvement books available. Psychologists, motivational speakers, religious leaders and business professionals write them. A competitor writes this one. The Mental Management® System is not based on psychology; instead, it is 100% based …
 
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