September 25, 2018
This week I decided to give away a couple of chapters of my new book, The Trojan Horse of Leadership: Battling the Enemy We All Face. I've attached the opening two chapters (the Introduction and Chapter 1), and hopefully it will entice you to get the book.
Yes, it's a shameless plug, but the bigger and more important reason for luring you in this way is because I believe so much in the power of great leadership. Maybe its because we continue to witness leadership failures that has me so concerned about the state of leadership overall.
Like so many, I'm expecting much more from those who are given the responsibility of leadership. This is not to say that I've mastered this. Far from it. In fact, the book in some ways is a byproduct of the hard lessons I've learned from my own personal failures and missteps. But if you're a leader that truly cares about leading with integrity, anything that builds your self-awareness is a win for everyone.
Lastly, this is not rocket science. The path towards viable leadership that is characterized by integrity, humility, and strength of purpose is not easy, but it is the gold standard to which we should all aspire.
You can get the free chapters here The Trojan Horse of Leadership-Preview Chapters. Would love to hear your thoughts on the subject, or even your own insights as you interact with these chapters.
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July 22, 2019
July 09, 2019
There are moments in life when any forward movement seems impossible. Especially after a difficult season or a period of trauma and hurt. In those times, it's natural to look for answers and to even question the necessity of the experience.
Church leaders often come face to face with the existential questions people are asking after seasons of difficulty and pain. There is a natural tendency for people to want answers, but often, the answers are elusive at best.
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