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March 2014 has now come to a close. This marks the passing of the first quarter of 2014.

I hope you’re pursuing the improvement of your leadership and seeing ground gained. So, are you?

With the closing of any month, comes the monthly review here at Let it be a reminder to also review the progress you’ve made in your life. Whether it’s a step further in your leadership journey, growing closer to your wife (or husband), or developing a new trait or skill you can use in your life.

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1. Your Past Doesn’t Define You. It Helps Shape You

2. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery

3. 5 Reasons Your Leadership Is Ineffective

4. 3 Keys For Transformational Leadership

5. The Responsibilities Of Leadership

6. 20 Things Leaders Should Say More Often

If you’ve been a reader for more than a couple of months, you know I typically post my monthly review on the first Monday, Wednesday, or Friday of the month. For March, the first post of the month landed on a Monday while I was away. This prevented me from posting the blog recap.

So, hopefully you were waiting for this as it’s finally here. Let’s get down to business and break down the previous month.

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1. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery

2. Your Past Doesn’t Define You. It Helps Shape You

3. 9 Time Management Tips For Young Leaders

4. How I Find Time To Create Blog Content Consistently

5. It’s Never About The Stage

6. Be Gumby: Leadership Lessons From The Container Store

7. You Are Not A Tree

The first month of 2014 has closed it’s final page. I can’t believe how quickly this month has flown by.

Michigan was hit with the Snowpocalypse where we received a ton of snow. Looking out of certain windows, you can’t see anything but the snow. It’s crazy.

How about you? How’s the weather and things going with you and your family?

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With that, it’s time to dig into statistics, something that I love.

Top Posts

1. Your Past Doesn’t Define You, It Helps Shape You

2. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery

3. 12 Books You Should Add To Your Reading List

4. 25 Leadership Quotes From Martin Luther King Jr.

5. Why You Should Spend Less Time Talking

6. 5 Fears Young Leaders Face

7. How To Deal With Overwhelm

Can you believe we are now officially done with the year 2013? Crazy, huh?

I hope your 2013 was an exceptional year. Mine was a mixture of awesomeness and, at the same time, great sadness. My expectations for 2014 are big. Bigger than they’ve ever been. Let’s make this new year fantastic!

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Lets begin by taking a look at the most popular posts from December.

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1. 10 Great Leadership Quotes From Nelson Mandela

2. 7 Things You Should Do Every Day

3. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery

4. Merry Christmas

5. Your Past Doesn’t Define You. It Helps Shape You

6. Using Music To Enrich Your Life

7. 5 Ways To Lose Your Influence As A Leader

8. The Toughest Decision I’ve Had To Make – I still miss you Zane. You were a great dog.

Wow, I can’t believe we’ve already entered into the final month of the year. Can you?

This year has been a crazy year for my family and I. Lots of ups and downs and craziness all around.

My hope is that the coming year will see many more victories and celebrations to come.

November 2013 WordleAs usual, the new month brings a review of the previous month. I’ve got to say. November was a crazy month for the blog. You’ll see why in the top posts section.

Top Posts

1. Catalyst East 2013 LeCrae Moore Notes – By far and away the most visited post this month. And it happened because of Twitter. LeCrae Moore retweeted the post to his audience and it took off like wildfire. Never underestimate the power of social media.