Person - Leading Self

  • How You Can Deceive Yourself: The Deceitfulness of Self-Deception

    By Dr John Ng

    “Anyone who has ever tasted the ‘good life’ of power, fame and materialism will always be tempted to justify themselves.” Dr John Ng Unleashing the Greatness in You: The Power of Self-Leadership     I am fascinated with the phenomenon of self-deception — how people can fool themselves into thinking they can get away with […]

  • Love What You Do

    By Alvin Ung

    Loving what we do is the radical call to savor joy in small things everyday. When we do small things with great love, we spread contagious joy everywhere.

  • Leading With Authority

    By Peter Chao

    Leaders with authority serve willingly with gratitude and self-giving spirit. They themselves are examples for people to follow and model after.

  • Develop Fruity Thinking

    By Paul McGee

    The way we think, i.e. talk to ourselves in our head, significantly impacts upon what we do in our actions, and it is our actions that determine the results we achieve in life.

  • Be Willing To Be Wrong

    By Paul McGee

    Focus, determination and confidence are all traits to be admired as strengths. Yet I also believe they could be the reasons for a person’s downfall.

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    The Leader’s Family: How Do We Manage Work-Family Tension?

    By Dr John Ng

    “You can’t regain your children’s childhood; no amount of professional success can compensate for the loss of that family time. At the end of the day, if you aren’t a success at home as well, success at work probably won’t count for much.” Michael Jenkins – Managing Director of Center for Creative Leadership The family is in […]

  • Integrity In Leadership

    By Doris Ong

    The biblical virtue of integrity has to do with consistency between what is inside and what is outside.

  • Energy Management: Managing Our Energy, Not Our Time

    By Dr John Ng

    It is energy management, not time management that we need.

  • Quit Being Afraid Of What Others Think

    By Geri Scazzero

    When you are willing to quit caring what others think, you take a giant step to discover the Holy Spirit’s power to break into your life and birth that which is new and beautiful.

  • Do What You Love

    By Alvin Ung

    To be great at something, you have to love what you do. And to love what you do, you have to do what you love.

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    Embrace Your Calling

    By Alvin Ung

    Some people have an innate sense of what they are called to do. But for some reason, perhaps due to fear, they choose not to embrace the calling. They walk away from it. I do not blame them. A true calling is not necessarily an easy thing to embrace. It can be shattering when we […]

  • The Leader’s Devotional Life

    By Michael Tan

    Some practical help for busy leaders to maintain a healthy devotional life on the go.

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    The Drawbacks Of An Over-functioning Leader

    By Geri Scazzero

    The journey into a profound spirituality for me began when I finally said, “I quit.” Refusing to continue pretending everything was “fine,” I told my husband, Pete, I was quitting the church – and he was the pastor! The powerful journey we took together – to “quit” the things that really do not belong to […]

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    To Be True

    By Peter Geizer

    It was Apostle Paul who said his greatest joy was to see his children walk in truth. Walking in truth has a lot to do with being values based, that is, to be grounded in certain gospel values and lead according to those values. In the recent financial milieu, many have lost confidence as institutions […]

  • Stewardship

    By Doris Ng

    We are all stewards of God entrusted with time, resources, abilities and relationships. Stewardship is everything we do as His disciples. We have to work out our faith as we respond to God’s call to be faithful with all His blessings. Stewardship encompasses our entire lives. Stewardship is what we do with all that God […]

  • How Do I Lead Myself?

    By Rev Edmund Chan

    Leadership Is Hard Leadership is one of the hardest things to do. It is a multi-dimensional function. You see, when most people think of leadership, they often think of downward leadership (leading subordinates for whom they are responsible). This is sometimes difficult for a complexity of reasons. Yet that is not the whole terrain of […]

  • Discover Your Purpose and Change the World

    By Chris Lowney

    A recent U.S. presidential candidate ended up withdrawing from the race after a string of losses in early state primary elections. Vulture-like pundits had been circling his dying campaign for days and immediately swooped down to pick over its carcass. So what went wrong? He was presenting himself as a certain kind of person, but […]

  • Success And Contentment

    By Peter Chao

    In almost all religious cultures, there is a conflict between material wealth and spiritual devotion. In the early church, ascetics expressed their love for God by renouncing material and earthly attachments. New Testament teaching exhorts us to “live by the Spirit, and… not gratify the desires of the sinful nature. For the sinful nature desires […]

  • What is Self-Leadership?

    By Dr John Ng

    “Exceptional leaders distinguish themselves because of superior self-leadership.” – Daniel Goleman GREAT leadership is a cultivated art. It begins with self- leadership. Because at the center of leadership is the person who, more than anything else makes the difference. Leadership success or failure begins with how the leader approaches self-leadership. Bill Hybels, a noted  leader of one […]

  • Preventing Leadership Burnout

    By Dr Chew Weng Chee

    WHAT IS BURNOUT? Burnout is defined as a point in time or in a missile trajectory when combustion of fuels in the rocket engines is terminated by other than programmed cut off. The key word in the definition is that there is a “termination.” The burnout victims can no longer deal with people or handle daily problems. […]

  • Emotionally Unhealthy Spirituality

    By Peter Scazzero

    “Pete, I’m leaving the church,” my wife Geri had muttered quietly. I sat still, too stunned to respond. “I can’t take any more of this stress – the constant crisis,” she continued. Geri had been more than patient. I had brought home constant pressure and tension from church, year after year. Now the woman I […]

  • Have You got the Confidence to go M.A.D.?

    By Paul McGee

    Making A Difference (M.A.D) means looking outside yourself and stepping out of your comfort zone to benefit others. In doing so, we are also helping ourselves! Find out why.

  • Over-Functioning Parents: My Confession and Conversion

    By Dr John Ng

    “Your children are the greatest gift God will give to you, and their souls the heaviest responsibility He will place in your hands. Take time with them, teach them to have faith in God. Be a person in whom they can have faith. When you are old, nothing else you’ve done will have mattered as […]

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Mahatma Gandhi
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