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.
Leaders with authority serve willingly with gratitude and self-giving spirit. They themselves are examples for people to follow and model after.
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.
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.
“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 […]
The biblical virtue of integrity has to do with consistency between what is inside and what is outside.
It is energy management, not time management that we need.
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.
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.
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 […]
We know that leadership is very much related to change. As the pace of change accelerates, there is naturally a greater need for effective leadership.