A Personal Leadership Tune Up

The people we know deserve our best, so we ought to work on getting better. When we delay our personal growth, we aren’t just limiting our potential, we also have a weaker impact in the world around us.

When it comes to personal growth, we get to choose our own adventure: either we decide to have consistent check ups or we will eventually fall into certain catastrophe. If a car’s oil isn’t changed regularly, eventually the engine will break down and need to be replaced. Oil changes are easy to forget, but an catastrophe’s like an engine shutting down can’t be ignored.

The same is true with our personal and ministry relationships. When we make a big mess of our lives, it’s rarely a train wreck that happens in an instant. It’s more like a slow leak under the foundation…over time the constant drip drip drip slowly erodes the soil.

The following download offers a few questions to jump start your thinking so that you can discover a few tweaks to make now. Giving yourself a minor tune up will keep you on the road for the long haul.

 

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How to find Significance This Season

The Christmas season is in full gear! The decorations are out, houses lit up, eggs are being nogged, and the fruitcakes are in the mail.

For me, over the years, I’ve discovered that I can get so busy WITH Christmas that I loose sight of the reason FOR Christmas. I have to be intentional with slowing down to make sure Jesus remains front and center. Rather than just surviving the season, what if we made it a goal to pursue significance?

Message Notes (PDF): how-to-find-significance