My morning rhythm gets my day going and points me in a direction instead of wondering how my day will unfold; there is purpose. Rhythms give us purpose.
In a world of efficiency with messaging, remote work, online meetings, Slack and many more options for keeping in touch, business is still done face to face when it matters most.
Developing Personal Will requires discipline. Discipline will give your mind and body a rhythm. Rhythms provide stability and rest. From there you can weather moments of being exposed.
The goal of resilience is to get back to where you were prior to adversity (life happening). The goal is NOT to get stronger or move beyond where you were.
If you want to be a stand out leader, rather than a follower that hopes to fly under the radar (while still getting a promotion), then take a shot, swing the bat, place the bet, make the move
Most people think, ‘I have all the time I want’. But the truth is life is short and should be lived fully engaged every day.
Whether on the ledge over the Colorado River about to jump or asked to lead a new project, ministry, or product line, the same question comes to our mind and gut – Do I have what it takes?
If you cannot lead yourself well, you should not be leading others.
It makes me wonder if this processing is a sophisticated procrastination. Have we forgotten to take one day at a time, to live in the present?
The Lord of the Rings series are some of my favorite movies to watch. The characters are well developed, and the action sequences are fun to watch. There are big battle scenes and moments of compassion. If you are not familiar with the series, the main character, Frodo, is on a grand quest to destroy […]