Mental Health

CNLP 278: Ian Morgan Cron on How Your Enneagram Profile Positions You for Burnout, Pride, Cynicism and Other Hidden Traps in Life and Leadership

Ian Morgan Cron interviews Carey for this episode of his top rated Typology podcast, but in the middle of the interview, Carey turned the tables got Ian to apply his Enneagram insights to Carey’s latest book, Didn’t See It Coming. What results is Ian doing a fascinating analysis on which Enneagram types might be more…

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Why I’m Changing My Mind About Technology

How do you feel about your phone? That’s an increasingly interesting question. Ask me that five years ago and I would have told you I love mine. My guess is that by now you might have a love/hate relationship with it. You love what it gives you, but you’re not sure what it’s doing to…

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5 Really Small Habits That Produce Big Results

By Carey Nieuwhof Sometimes leadership can seem so overwhelming. In reality, though, leadership is simpler than it first appears. In many ways, great leaders master some very basic habits that other people miss. The advice in this post is so simple you might be thinking “well, my mother used to tell me to do that”.…

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5 Signs You’re Becoming an Irrelevant Leader

So how relevant are you as a leader? Any idea how you’d answer that accurately? You can debate how important relevance is all day long (and many do), but the truth is irrelevant leaders make almost no impact on the people or causes around them. Why is that? Well, it’s not about being current or…

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12 Secrets Most Leaders Won’t Tell You

Leadership is a journey…a journey that’s probably different than you thought it would be before you stepped into leadership. When I was young, I always thought top leaders had it all figured out. That the uncertainty would one day disappear once I had more life and leadership under my belt. But as you eventually learn,…

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7 Early Warning Signs Your Heart Is Growing Hard in Leadership

If you’re like me, the longer you serve in leadership, the more intentional you have to become at keeping your heart open and fully alive. Hardness of heart is a condition that people on the wrong side of God and people develop. Biblically, Pharaoh suffered from it. Israel did on occasion. And the Pharisees specialized in it. Chances are,…

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