Posts Tagged ‘winning’

Winning Goals – Part Two By Dr. Daniel Hallak

  The Heart of Winning Goals – Part Two Decades of research tells us that that goals are a powerful motivational force for winning. The deeper challenge is how to set the right goals and orient our hearts to put effort toward the things that matter most. When we set goals and take action, we…

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Winning Goals – Part One By Dr. Daniel Hallak

The Heart of Winning Goals – Part One I’ve been failing at goal setting since my 6th birthday party. My parents created thoughtful birthday games to keep everyone entertained. We started with a round of pin the tail on the donkey in the yard. They surrounded me with my friends, spun me till I was…

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Winning the Power Struggle Way By Lee Ellis

Winning the Leadership Power Struggle the Right Way Of all times, my personal power struggle “spiral” happened near the end of a very meaningful get together with my extended family. Perhaps you have realized it’s when relatives gather that we are the most vulnerable—some of those power struggles can lay dormant for years, just waiting…

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Stewarding the Team By Howard Rich

Stewarding a Team Towards God-given Success Stewarding a team well requires great focus. Leaders often act like they have it all together, but as a leader, I have not been feeling particularly successful lately. I have been going through a period of operating in crisis mode and managing schedules rather than leading people. We all…

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