We all fail from time-to-time don’t we? Nobody likes failing, but everyone does it, and we all have to learn to live in a world in which we mess things up. What matters most about failure is how you respond to it. Here are four ways NOT to respond to failure.
Technology both helps and hurts productivity, doesn’t it? How do we learn to be productive in an age with so many distractions and ways to waste our time?
Have you ever been asked to lead from the middle? I really appreciate this podcast from Todd Adkins and Barnabas Piper. They host Brad Lomenick and ask him how to lead well from the middle.
Patience is so difficult. We often don’t make time to wait. We’re too busy. We’re too important. We have too much to do. We have too many goals to accomplish and too many plans to carry out. This is a helpful blog post from the LifeWay Pastors blog on lessons we can learn in the waiting.
“Great leaders know the more capacity the organization has the more potential it has. And, when the organization begins to exceed its capacity for too long things eventually stall. To spur growth — increase capacity.” Helpful post on how leaders create capacity from Ron Edmondson.