Here are some leadership and productivity blog posts I have come across recently.
“Get some pastor friends who’ve got your back. Find a friend you can call on short notice who’s been there too. Get some who are more mature and even a little battered who remind you a little of Jesus. Avoid those who are cynical and jaded against the church. Look for those who’ve been beaten up but who still love God and God’s people.”
“If you want to become a great communicator that God can use to expand his kingdom, you must do the same thing. INTRODUCTION, EXPLANATION, APPLICATION is the template you’re looking for. It’s proven. It’s simple. It’s action-oriented. It’s universal. And it works.”
“The way a leader responds to criticism says much about the maturity of the leader and the quality of his or her leadership.”
“Big goals — such as “meditate for an hour every day,” or “read more” — are often more burdensome than they are sustainable. So, start small by focusing on “microhabits” — more achievable behaviors that you build over long periods of time. These habits should be ridiculously small, like meditating for 30 seconds or reading a paragraph each night.”
“The day-to-day enemy of many leaders and their mission is time-stealing practices that seem to suck up massive volumes of available time. And if you can’t manage your time, you’ll never effectively manage your life or your leadership.”
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