Tag: parenting

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One Small Change that could really affect your Leadership

My oldest son plays high school basketball, so I spend a lot of time at basketball games listening to coaches yell at players. I witness kids stand in a circle during timeouts while their coaches tell them how bad they

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How to Write a Life Plan

For many years now, I have annually written out and implemented a Life Plan. I originally learned this process from Daniel Harkavy, CEO of Building Champions. Over the past decade I have lived it out, taught it, and coached scores

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When in Doubt, Choose your Family

We all make choices daily concerning how to spend our time. For husbands and fathers, here is a simple principle when considering these decisions: When in doubt, choose your family. What should I do on a given evening or this

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Three ways to make sure that you don’t miss out on real life

Earlier this week I spoke to a group of 90 leaders to communicate a new organizational plan for a network that I am involved with. The event was kind of a big deal. I have been working toward this day

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The “Experts” Can’t Always Help You

If only there were a formula. We are promised that if we follow a formula we will have success. We love formulas. Give me the formula for a happy marriage, for perfect parenting, for successful church planting, for church growth.

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