Few people enjoy meetings, especially people who spend most of their days attending them. Often, we don’t make the most of our meetings, and it ends up feeling like we should have just emailed each other instead. Here are four meeting purposes you can pursue at your next meeting that will help keep you on track.
We’re always looking for basic life hacks to make ourselves more productive aren’t we? We’ll read books, blogs, and anything else we can to be more productive. Well here is one blog post that will dispel seven of the most popular productivity myths you may have heard.
Micah Fries writes at the LifeWay Church Leaders blog, “One of my great concerns for the church in America today is the consumer mentality that has become so pervasive.” Amen. Pastors, equip, don’t enable your people.
Do you lead a team of people in some capacity, whether that’s at work, church, or otherwise? We all need motivated from time-to-time. Sometimes we don’t want to do a particular task. Sometimes we’re exhausted. Whatever it may be, here are 10 questions you can ask yourself to assess your motivational skills.
No one likes lazy people, but if you’re like me, sometimes you just want to be lazy. If you’re a leader, you may often have to deal with lazy co-workers. I’m thankful for Ron Edmondson who writes on how to deal with lazy co-workers in an effective, gracious way.