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If you don’t have the courage to set the vision, the tenacity to keep after it, and the integrity to pursue it authentically, your team is going to be dead in the water.
Two questions to process before saying yes to a mentoring relationship.
Are you taking inventory of all the content and materials you’re generating and measuring the ROI at least once a year? If not, you should.
Learning another language stretches our minds and opens up new windows of imagination.
Make your communications about THEM and less about YOU. Say it as quickly as possible. They’ll feel the love. That’s the role of all church communication today.
Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Listening is important. But we sometimes find ourselves, especially when we are hearing something or someone we don’t agree with, not really listening but instead tolerating sound, just waiting for our own chance to talk.
When your church finds itself in the midst of a crisis, the ripple effects can disrupt lives and operations for the foreseeable future if public opinion is not properly addressed and stewarded.
If you continue to grow as a person and as a leader, what you lead is much more likely to keep pace with you. The opposite is also true. If you stop growing, in time, so will what you lead.
While some people certainly process choices more logically than others, the final decision is much more closely tied to emotion than anything else.
Our culture has shifted from the physical to the digital, and church growth based on the physical must be rethought in light of the digital.
People don’t want you to preach at them. They want you to talk to them. That’s how you keep their attention.
You can’t effectively lead others until you know how to lead yourself. Envisioning a better future, setting worthy goals, and following through with sustainable impact first and foremost requires leading yourself.
You can create a different kind of church and become known for something very different and bold apart from the others in town. People will overlook most other things and drive great distances for something that’s unique.
When your team is not reproducing leaders, it’s your role to take the lead and help eliminate the excuses. As long as the excuses remain you will never have a culture of leadership development.
A vision is carried relationally to far more people than any one vision castor can take it, regardless of how gifted a primary communicator is.
Nothing frustrates great leaders more than watching a project crucial to their church’s growth and missional effectiveness stall prior to completion.
What are the Generosity Killers in your life that need to be discovered, owned, and eliminated?
I believe we ought to get back to our roots and become leaders in the field of content marketing, not to combat everything secular, but rather to influence the secular with sacred truth.
How we use money is a signal about what we value. On a spiritual level, how we use money is a signal about our faith and a tool for to increase our faithfulness.