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Which Leader Are You? By R. Scott Rodin

Are You a Paddle or Pool Cue Leader? Icons can be great reminders of spiritual truths for a leader. Consider these two for your leadership work: a paddle and a pool cue. Let’s start with the pool cue. If you’ve ever played pool you know the object of the game is to pocket the pool…

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Run the Distance

What if you were willing to run the distance? Growth endeavors require commitment and this resolve is essential to press though the pain of change and transformation. So it is true with your personal leadership growth. And when it comes to achieving a level of leadership excellence, well that demands a moment-by-moment commitment to run…

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Generosity: The Road Less Traveled

Rich Haynie From the beginning of this nation, charitable giving has hovered around the 2-3% average of personal income.  All the transactional and cultural techniques have not significantly increased our generosity for 200+ years.  We need a revolution . . .a transformation for increased generosity! Surveys validate that an understanding of the truth “God owns…

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