The Locker Room: Retreat in Order to Advance


The locker room is a place to take a breather in the middle of an intense game, a safe environment that’s shielded from the threats of your competition, a place to re-focus and re-energize so you can return to the field and give your very best.

As a business leader or CEO, your company needs a “locker room” as well. Do you have a place you can either get away by yourself to re-energize, or to gather with your employees and re-strategize.

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Have You Stopped to Check Your Tread?


Running your business is a lot like embarking on a long road trip. You plan, prepare, and commit a season of your life to persevering on, no matter what the journey brings.

However, just because you’re moving forward doesn’t mean you’re making the most of your miles. Over time, poor alignment can have a subtle but serious effect on your leadership, your team’s performance, and worst of all, your Kingdom impact.

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Are YOU the Bottleneck?


As personally gratifying as it may seem to be the reputable “go-to” for solutions and key decisions, our “expert” status can demotivate the most talented subordinates. A leader who is too responsive and readily available becomes the easy default for matters employees can and should own themselves. Unchecked, this upward delegation creates an unhealthy dependency that robs employees of initiative, confidence, and accountability.

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Leadership and Stewardship: Developing Habits to Sharpen Your Impact


Leadership and stewardship go hand-in-hand. Business success alone is meaningless — it’s how you use that success to make a positive impact on people and advance God’s kingdom that truly matters.

Too often, Christian business owners and CEOs try to separate their business leadership from their Christian ministry, assuming they can do well in both without integrating them together.

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Are You Pulling All the Weight in Your Business?


Your team is capable of achieving powerful results when given the tools to function as a unit. This follows God’s design for men. He didn’t intend for any individual to carry the load alone, but for many to unite with shared vision and purpose.

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Mercy in the Workplace


In today’s profit-driven marketplace, do mercy, compassion, kindness, and forgiveness have a place in business? Consider applying a filter of mercy and compassion and watch as leading like Jesus could dramatically improve your workplace environment—and the bottom-line.

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