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Smile More

I think one of the most important leadership principals that we can ever adopt is simply to smile more. Now if you are a librarian, my apologies, but I have a concept that I call a Yes Face and a Librarian Face. The Yes Face The Yes Face is someone who is vibrant and inviting. [...]

By |January 4th, 2019|Categories: Blog List, General|0 Comments

Simply Say Thanks

It blows my mind how many leaders don’t understand the value of appreciation. Appreciation can come in many forms, but I want to speak right now to simply saying thank you. It's a simple phrase that we were taught at a very young age — thank you. Over the years, I have been completely blown [...]

By |December 28th, 2018|Categories: Blog List, General|0 Comments

End Your Day with Tomorrow

I stumbled upon a fantastic strategy that not only works for me but is also in keeping with sound brain research. The brain is an interesting thing. The brain is seeking to solve problems and tasks. Have you ever had an “out-of-the-blue moment” – when you are trying to think of something, it is on [...]

By |December 14th, 2018|Categories: Blog List, General|0 Comments

Ask God, He Gives Generously

Are you good with handling the details of paperwork? What about keeping up with current and complicated tax laws? Taxes are complicated. Since I am not the greatest individual to entrust details of paperwork with, the responsibility of filing my taxes gets outsourced to a tax professional. Years ago, I called my tax guy with [...]

By |December 7th, 2018|Categories: Blog List, General|0 Comments

Walk with the Wise

Walk with the wise and become wise. A companion of fools, however, suffers harm. Have you ever noticed that when you spend a lot of time with an individual, you begin to say some of the same phrases and have some of the same jokes? You begin to carry out some of the subtle rhythms [...]

By |November 30th, 2018|Categories: Blog List, General|0 Comments

Underutilization of Key Volunteers

Underutilization of key volunteers is as dangerous as overworking and burning out volunteers. In Children’s Ministry, we often think that the worst possible scenario is to overwork a zealous volunteer. We definitely need to be cautious and conscious of overworking someone, but there is something far more sinister and far deadlier then overworking a volunteer. [...]

By |November 23rd, 2018|Categories: Blog List, General|0 Comments

Delegation Must Include Details

Delegation must include details. Help others succeed through clear direction. Have you ever handed off a project to a volunteer with little to no instruction? Do you delegate duties on a volunteer simply because they are willing? There is a difference between delegating and dumping. Handing off projects to another person without providing clear details [...]

By |November 16th, 2018|Categories: Blog List, General|0 Comments