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Monthly Archives: March 1994

Talent Is a Gift—Character Is a Choice

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There are a lot of things in life a person doesn’t get to choose, such as where you’re born, who your parents are, and how tall you are. But there are some critical things every person does choose. We choose our faith, our attitude, and our character. Consider this exert […]

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The Tender Warrior

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One thing God has spoken, two things have I heard: that you, O God are strong, and that you, O Lord are loving. PSALM 62:11-12 Stuart Weber penned the book Tender Warrior to describe the manner in which a godly man should live. What an apt description and foundational philosophy […]

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Talent

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A great hire will outlive a great plan every time. In the bygone Strategy 2.0 world, five-year business plans were the norm. Now that 3.0 is upon us, strategy cycles are getting shorter and shorter. One implication of this is that your employees are going to be around longer than […]

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DRILLING DOWN

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Patrick Lencioni had no idea his book would get the traction that it has. Naturally, his publisher hoped it would. But with the volume of printed material hitting the streets every week, who would have ever guessed that The Five Temptations of the CEO would have made such a national […]

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Visionary Leadership

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Where there is no vision, the people perish. PROVERBS 29:18 (KJV) Vision is the ability to see something bigger than the current reality. It’s being able to peer around the corner, onto the next page or chapter, or down the road a few miles and see what could be, rather […]

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Summarizing Principles

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1. Sometimes it takes a while for rotten character to start stinking. 2. No one steals another person’s character. I alone am responsible for my character’s future. 3. Sound character wedded with solid competence is a combination of irresistible influence. 4. Over time a deficient character trait is more costly […]

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Building Your Team

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If the LORD had not been on our side . . . PSALM 124:1 Team building is a key skill for business today. Employers are looking far and wide to acquire people who understand how to harness a unique and talented group of people and lead them to accomplish great […]

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Educators, philosophers, theologians, and lawyers have taken what really is a simple matter and made it very confusing. Living an ethical life may not always be easy, but it need not be complicated.—John Maxwell

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