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Toothpaste, Holy Confidence & Second Chances: Big Lessons in Tiny Greatness from Mike Foster

Toothpaste, Holy Confidence & Second Chances: Big Lessons in Tiny Greatness from Mike Foster

Have you ever needed a second chance? How about forgiveness? Have you ever struggled with accepting yourself, or with guilt or shame? Most of us have messed up. Most of us have failed. Most of us at one time or another have found ourselves broken.  Mike Foster, author of People of the Second Chance has […]

Uncommon Leadership: A Conversation with Catalyst’s Tyler Reagin

Uncommon Leadership: A Conversation with Catalyst’s Tyler Reagin

When was the last time you went to church?  If you fall in line with most statistics it may not have been recently.  Or maybe you attend three days a week.  Even so, at best, church growth is stagnant. At worst it’s in a free fall.  Research recently released by Barna suggests that while most […]

Caution: 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Calling Yourself a Leader

Caution: 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Calling Yourself a Leader

There’s no shortage of people calling themselves leaders today.  Search Amazon and you’ll find thousands or millions of books on leadership-related topics.  Google the word, and there are tons of websites. Hashtag the term in your Twitter search box and you’ll find scores of profiles. There’s nothing wrong with being a leader or claiming the […]

Where Guilt Comes From and What Leaders Can Do about It

Where Guilt Comes From and What Leaders Can Do about It

For entrepreneurs, creators, writers, parents, and others who wear many hats or share multiple responsibilities, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed or frustrated with guilt about everything that needs to be done or should be done. On one hand, family or personal responsibilities pull us. On the other hand, many of us with day jobs have […]

5 Crucial Considerations to Help You Better Steward Criticism

5 Crucial Considerations to Help You Better Steward Criticism

We often discuss how to be better stewards of time, money, and resources, but have you ever considered the importance of stewarding criticism?  How can we become better stewards of the reviews, opinions, judgements, or feedback of others regarding our work? To steward means simply to “thoughtfully manage”. How do you manage criticism?  What is […]

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