There are plenty of ways to become a healthy leader. I’ve shared various ways you can become a healthy leader over the last couple of weeks.
Today, I wanted to bring new voices to the conversation on what a healthy leader looks like. To do this, I reached out to leaders I admire and respect.
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I asked each of these leaders a single question about healthy leadership:
What healthy habits do you attribute to your success as a leader?
Their answers fell into 3 categories: Physical health, mental health, and spiritual health. These 3 areas of health are critical to your success and I’m glad to see a recurring theme among the answers.
I’m thankful to each of the over 50 leaders that responded and were willing to be a part of this expert roundup. I believe their insights into healthy habits of leaders will inspire you to find your own. Read more...
Jonathan Malm is the author of Created For More. The book is a 30 day devotional for anyone who creates or longs to create something.
Having read through the devotional, I thought it would be great to bring Jonathan to the blog and ask him a few questions relating to his new devotional.
In this interview, you will learn:
What Created For More is all about
Should we separate our spiritual and business life?
How do you find the dreamers and doers and people who see the greatness in you?
Why you should get into conversations with people on airplanes
How do you draw out the dreams and passions of those you meet?
Why is it important for leaders to develop a devotional habit?
The power in filling your cup and powering yourself out to others
Is creativity just for artists? Read more...
I’ve lately fallen in love with the story of Gideon.
At face value, it seems like a miracle of God that a small troop of Israelites defeated an overwhelming enemy. It appears to be a story of God testing Gideon’s trust in Him. But when you look deeper, it shows an incredibly creative God who turns resistance into an opportunity.
I’m sure you’re familiar with the story. Midianites invaded the territory and oppressed the Israelites. God called Gideon to defeat them, even though there weren’t nearly enough men to combat the enemy army. If that wasn’t enough of an obstacle, God calls Gideon to shrink the size of his army down to only 300 men. 300 against 135,000!
But God had a creative solution to what seemed like an impossible amount of resistance. Read more...