As leaders, our mission is to grow our organizations, our churches, or our businesses. We are tasked with bringing in more people or creating more disciples.
This growth mindset clouds the real mindset leaders should have
That mindset is to grow other leaders. That mindset is to influence our followers to take actions. That mindset is to help those we lead to make better choices.
What do the above tasks have in common?
Looking deeper at growing leaders, influencing followers, and helping others make better choices, we can see there’s a common thread. The common thread is that leaders are meant to make and create. Read more...
Let me introduce you to today’s guest on the Answers From Leadership podcast. His name is Mike Boyink (his last name is pronounced like the sound effect).
Mike is a husband, father, and a techie. And some people say a little nutso. He built a comfortable suburban self-employed lifestyle to provide for his family only to sell off the house, give away most of their stuff, and hit the road full-time.
While you might not consider this to be the ideal of a standard leader, I’ve come to find out that leaders need to be leaders of their family as well. Mike’s been doing that consistently while traveling the United States with his family.
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Meanwhile, DC Comics has floundered in creating a cinematic universe that movie-goers will fall in love with. Movie flops such as Superman Returns and the recent Batman Versus Superman left fans wondering if DC could deliver a worthwhile movie experience.
DC Comics has now given us the Suicide Squad…
The Suicide Squad is made up of unwilling villains who have been forced to work with the US government to stop other meta-humans who are on a rampage.
Who compromises the Suicide Squad? We have a rogues gallery of DC villains.
Harley Quinn: The Joker’s love interest and former psychiatrist
El Diablo: A man who can control fire
Deadshot, AKA Floyd Wilson: An assassin who doesn’t miss his target Read more...