Murder On The Orient Express tells the tale of the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh with an epic mustache). After solving a case, Hercule decided he needed to take time off from crime solving. He thought he would be able to when his old friend M. Bouc (Tom Bateman) is able to book him a room on the Orient Express.
But he was wrong. DEAD wrong. Soon after boarding the train, a murderer strikes and Hercule has to solve the case.
With an all-star cast, Murder On The Orient tells the
Agatha Christie mystery novel on the big screen. There were plenty of laughs. Some mystery. And quite a few leadership lessons in Murder On The Orient Express.
Let’s dive into those leadership lessons and quotes!
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I’ve always been fascinated by numbers. What do they represent? How can they be interpreted? How can I use numbers to extrapolate data?
All of these questions run through my mind when looking over analytical data.
That’s why I’m glad Google provides Google Analytics for websites. Google Analytics lets me take a quick and easy look at the numbers behind my website.
Sometimes I’m surprised. Other times I’m not.
But one of the fascinating things I find is the most popular posts on this website. They’re not always what I think they would be and they’re probably not what you would think either.
Today, I want to share with you the top 10 leadership blog posts from my website.
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Genesis 12:2 shares an insight into what God was doing in Abram’s life. He told Abram “I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will your name great, and you will be a blessing.”
There’s something interesting in this verse. God told Abram that He was going to bless Abram and Abram would then become a blessing to others.
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I’m sure Abram was still a blessing to others before he received the blessing from God yet change was brought about when Abram was blessed. He was then able to be a blessing.
You Are Blessed
If you live in the United States of America, you are blessed. Even if you’re in the poor house, you have blessings people in other countries would kill for.
Pet peeves are a funny thing. What bothers one person doesn’t bother another. Yet we all have pet peeves. We even have leadership pet peeves.
Leadership pet peeves are the things you see other leaders doing that bother you. You know, like the leader that:
Disrespects his team members
Chooses money over morals
Treats others as object
You get the drift. Leadership pet peeves are those things that bother you when other leaders do them.
I have my own leadership pet peeves. And today, I’d like to share with you my biggest leadership pet peeve.
My Biggest Leadership Pet Peeve
I have a passion for serving others. I believe serving others is the best way to lead.
It not only shows you have respect for those you’re leading. Being a servant leader also shows you haven’t grown too big for your own britches.
You’ve spent a lot of time and energy on building up an audience. Whether that’s in the office, through a blog, within a church, or another type of organization your work hasn’t gone unnoticed.
Over the years, you’ve gained traction. You’ve seen new readers come to your blog. You’ve seen your business grow. Or maybe you’ve gained more influence within the office environment.
Then something happened. People stopped listening. They stopped following you.
You lost your audience.
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Losing Your Audience Sucks
Yeah, you heard me. Losing your audience sucks. Especially after all of the time and energy you put into your work.
You crafted perfect blog posts. You worked your tail off to get where you are. And you rose through the ranks to new heights.
Then it all came crashing down.