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The Benefits of Goal Making

01/04/2016 5 Comments
The Benefits of Goal Making

For me, goal making begins in the fall. The way my job works the fall is the start of a new season or year. However, I know for many that the dawning of a new calendar year is also the time to reevaluate priorities and create goals or resolutions. Therefore, this is a repost from […]

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Top Posts of 2015: 1-5

12/30/2015 0 Comments
Top Posts of 2015: 1-5

As we countdown the days until the end of 2015, I’m counting down my top posts of this past year. 5. The One Opportunity We Don’t Want to Talk About In the 1970s, Princeton conducted a study where each group was told that they had to preach a sermon on the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37) across […]

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Top Posts 2015: 6-10

12/28/2015 0 Comments
Top Posts 2015: 6-10

As we are about to wrap 2015, here my top posts from this past year: 10. Keys to Effective Decision Making What separates good teams from those that are great? Why do some programs experience consistent success every year, while others struggle to reach mediocrity? It’s amazing how teams can have the same quality people, […]

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The Gift of Experiences

12/23/2015 0 Comments
The Gift of Experiences

“And all who heard it wondered at what the shepherds told them. But Mary treasured up all these things, pondering them in her heart.” Luke 2:18-19 Life is busy and moves fast. Most of our days are packed with errands, appointments, deadlines, and obligations. These tasks never zero-out at the end of the day. We […]

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The 2 Essentials For Effective Speeches

12/21/2015 0 Comments
The 2 Essentials For Effective Speeches

Recently I shared 6 Techniques to Improve Your Public Speaking. I have personally put these techniques into practice and they have significantly improved how I communicate to others. Today, I want to continue the discussion on communication in the public arena, but shift from techniques to “essentials.” I believe there are two that must be present […]

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