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7 Signs You Should Never Take the High Impact Leader Course

  Today’s a very special day for me and for many other leaders. Today’s the final day of our current High Impact Leader Course launch. The course disappears tonight (Thursday, May 25th, 2017) at midnight. So far, we’ve been able to help 2,200 leaders get their life and leadership back by getting time, energy and…

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never finished

The #1 Reason Your Work Is Never Finished

Ever feel like your work is never finished? You can’t quite stop working at home. You wake up most mornings feeling like you’re just stepping back onto the treadmill that never stops. On rare occasions, you think you’re done (at least for now), but then you head out for dinner or take a walk only…

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Jonathan and Verna Del Turco on working with your spouse in ministry

CNLP 141: Jonathan and Verna Del Turco on Working with Your Spouse in Ministry, Overcoming Tough Times and Leading Well at Home and in Ministry Over Four Decades

It’s one thing to be married for decades. It’s another to be a couple of who works together in ministry. How do you do it over the long haul without sacrificing your family, your church or killing each other? In a remarkably candid interview, Jonathan and Verna Del Turco share their secrets and talk about…

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leading change

7 Ways Otherwise Great Leaders Blow It When Leading Change

Almost every leader I’ve ever met wants to change something. If I asked you right now what you’d love to change in your church or organization, you’d probably be able to offer an answer within seconds. Some of you want to change everything. If you don’t want to change anything, you’re probably not a leader. The…

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busy leaders

Why Busy Leaders Make Bad Leaders

Ask a lot of people how they are, and they’ll shoot you a single word answer: Busy. If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that’s a pet peeve of mine. I hate it when people tell me they’re busy. What does that really accomplish in the first place? Nothing. How does it help the person you’re talking to?…

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