May 10, 2022

Ten Self Management Principles that will Impact your Leadership

 



Healthy leaders have learned the art of self-management knowing who they are, how they act and react, and the model they set directly impacts those who work under their leadership. Let me suggest that there are eleven critical self-management principles that all leaders should pay attention to.


Our Attitudes

Leaders do not have the luxury of being careless with their attitudes - toward people,...

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May 09, 2022

A, B and C Team Members

 




Potential or current team members can be categorized as A, B or C Team players. This is not about being a good or bad person, but about being able to play well on your team.


A team players have qualities such as being self-directed, highly competent, committed to the team and hard working. They are committed to your values and mission, require little management, and are results-oriented. A Team...

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May 08, 2022

What the Gospels teach us about how we should relate to and treat others

 



I am convinced that an understanding of how Jesus related to people is critical to our own interactions - at least as believers. There are four Gospels which is maybe a sign that we were to pay attention to them.

It is intriguing that we read in John 1:14 that Jesus came full of grace and truth: in that order. My observation is that those who claim to be Christ-followers love "truth." Just read...

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Apr 16, 2022

The day between Good Friday and Easter Morning

 


What do you think it was like the day after the crucifixion of Christ? Did Pilot wake up with a guilty conscience and wonder if he had done the right thing? Did the guards, who had mocked Jesus and then seen Him on the cross, wonder if an innocent man had died? Did the crowds, who had called for His life, keep an embarrassed silence in a quiet Jerusalem? Someone was nervous, for they asked the...

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Apr 15, 2022

Good Friday: Things are not always what they appear

 


Things are not always what they appear to be!


One of the lessons of Good Friday is that what appears to be true is not always true. On this day, the cosmic battle between Satan and God culminated in what Satan thought was his greatest victory. That battle had been waged from the time of the fall when God made it clear that one day Satan would be defeated (Genesis 3:15). But on this day, Satan knew...

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Apr 14, 2022

How Jesus prays for you


 


We pray for a lot of things and we are invited to do so on a regular basis. We have a heavenly Father who loves to hear from us and if you listen, He also loves to speak to us. But have you considered how He prays for you? In John 17 on the night of his arrest, Jesus prayed for His disciples and He prayed for you and me. In this prayer, we see the heart of God for us and it reveals what He cares...

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Apr 13, 2022

Jesus and the upper room discourse

 


John 13 through 17 are some of the most significant chapters in the Gospel of John. They are called the upper room discourse, where Jesus shares some of the most intimate moments with the disciples just before his arrest and crucifixion. Last words are important words, and these constitute his last words to the disciples before his death. 


I love how John 13 starts. "It was just before the...

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