We have a problem in society. Either people want to be nasty and mean or they want to be nice. Both are creating extreme issues for us. Most of us understand the problem of the first group. This group of nasty people seems to dominate Social Media and politics. There is so much vitriol and … Continue reading Stop being nice!
Our divisions over clothing and music and lights are absolutely ridiculous! No wonder much of the world writes off the church as irrelevant and fake.
Several years ago, I had just moved to a new town in a new state. I had only ever been to this town twice before for a total of less than 7 days. A group of people had helped me unload the moving truck. One of them, was a young man without his license who … Continue reading Show us the way
Recently, I asked for questions and ideas for blog posts and received a great response from a lot of people. Here is one of the questions that came through: My fear is that I will become a person that is a wealth of knowledge, but people will see as a jerk. How do you teach, … Continue reading Lead Without Being A Jerk
Many of us have had the experience of dealing with an inconsistent leader. It is frustrating to say the least. In our last post, we looked at developing consistency in ourselves and organizations. In this post we will look at how to deal with a leader or organization that is inconsistent. Too often we think … Continue reading When Leadership Isn’t Consistent
Consistency. When it comes to building brand trust, I'm not sure there is a more important concept than consistency. How many times have you heard someone mention that a business used to be great, but just isn't the same anymore? There was a restaurant near us that had good food, but terribly inconsistent service. It's … Continue reading Be Consistent
We've heard it said many times that the scouts motto is "always be prepared." While the word "always" has been added by pop culture, the idea of being prepared is a good one. A few weeks ago I showed up to the office and was immediately pulled aside and asked if I could go speak … Continue reading Always Ready