Liderar a través de estos tiempos inciertos se siente familiar. No me gusta En mis círculos de estar socialmente separados, 2008 es mejor conocido por la recesión causada por el colapso del mercado inmobiliario y los Filis que ganaron la serie mundial. Esto último me trajo una gran alegría en medio del caos y la…

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  Leading through these uncertain times feels familiar. I don’t like it. In my socially separated circles, 2008 is best known for the recession caused by the housing market crash and the Phillies winning the world series. The latter brought me great joy in the midst of chaos and heartbreak. The former didn’t even make…

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I don’t know how to say this… Most people don’t even know you exist. As a church, this presents a problem if you are actually trying to reach people in your community. The problem isn’t that you’re doing ministry wrong. It’s not because we live in a post-christian world. The issue isn’t that you are…

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The expectation that we are all highly functioning leaders, at all times, has to die. I certainly don’t want my volunteers trying to live up to that impossible expectation, so we tell our leaders and volunteers that our expectation for them is that they aren’t perfect, just growing.  Yet, when it comes to the expectations…

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Most leaders are readers and into leadership books. Full disclosure: I’m not a book guy, but I am obsessed with leading well and growing as a leader. Don’t get me wrong I love books. I just love multitasking more and have found it really hard to read a book while driving to work, mowing the…

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