Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. Because of this, I wanted to reflect on 6 things leaders should be thankful for on Thanksgiving and every other day.
There’s a lot of pain that comes with leadership. Struggles no one else ever sees. Betrayals by coworkers and friends. Business failures. And so much more.
Yet there are also things leaders should be thankful for. Let’s take a look at these today.
6 Things Leaders Should Be Thankful For Everyday
Yes, be thankful for your successes. Your successes mean you’re having an impact on the world around you.
Don’t hide your successes. Celebrate your successes and be thankful for them.
Hold up… You mean leaders should be thankful for failures? Oh yeah, leaders need to be thankful for failure. Read more...
Leading in a church setting isn’t all fun and games. Being a church leader can be more stressful than any corporate job.
You’re swamped from all angles: Financial, mental, and spiritually. Church leaders must have tactics to fight back.
With over 15 years of experience in being a part of church leadership, I’ve come to know a thing or two of what it’s like.
There are good days in church ministry. Then there are those days you don’t want to go back.
You feel defeated. You see the wake of church scandals. You feel the pressure to balance home life and church life. And there’s that struggle to live a Christ-like life outside of the church walls.
The good news is that there are 3 game changing tactics you can use to get back in the game. Read more...
The person you are today is a result of your past decisions. You cannot change the decisions you made in the past. However, you have complete control over the choices you make going forward. The choices you make today will create your future. The following are the top three choices you can make to positively impact your future.
Choosing to be thankful has been proven in scientific studiesto create better health, a more positive attitude and better relationships. What we focus on expands. I’m not talking about some cosmic hocus pocus. What I mean is that when we focus on something, our subconscious mind begins to make us more aware of the things we focus on. An example would be me telling you to be on the lookout for a Toyota Camry the next time you travel. You will begin to see them everywhere because now your subconscious mind is looking for them. Toyota Camrys were there all along. But until you focus on them, you may or may not notice them. Read more...
Today is a day set aside to reflect and be thankful for what we’ve been given. I hope you’ll enjoy your day with family and friends. Reflecting upon good times and all that you have.
I’ll be offline most of the day but wanted to wish you all a happy Thanksgiving and to share 20 things I’m thankful for today. Read more...
- My wife Pamela: She’s an amazing woman who’s stood by my side through the good times and bad. Thank you for loving me the way you do.
- My family: My mom, dad, brothers, sisters, and extended family mean the world to me.
- Freedom: I take it for granted at times but I’m thankful that we’ve been given such freedom in the US.
- My dogs: I’ve got two of the greatest dogs in the world. Zane and Leviticus have been an exciting part of life.