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How To Impact Students: 10 Lessons From Summer Camp

My 11-year old daughter Anna spent this last week at Fellowship Bible Church’s summer camp.  Think Vacation Bible School on steroids!  It had an unbelievable impact on her life.  As I sat down and talked with her about the previous five days, it struck me that the strategies and leadership principles exhibited at the camp could be applied at any level of a […]

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Top 15 Reasons Why LeBron Wishes He Would Have Stayed In Cleveland

With all the emotion surrounding LeBron James’ decision to sign with the Miami Heat, I thought it would be therapeutic for all of us to take a light-hearted look at what he would be thinking if he reconsidered and decided to stay with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Quicken Loans just turned me down for that new home loan in Miami. […]

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Most Popular Posts of May 2010

I want to thank everyone who took the time to read the posts I have been submitting the last month.  New strategies have been implemented  and we have had good response.  Once again, thank you and feel free to join in on the leadership conversations. The following were my 5 most read posts during the month of May.  In […]

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“I Love Working With You”

I was reading an article on www.espn.com yesterday about the emerging superstar Point Guard Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics.  It was noted by reporter Peter May that during Rondo’s rookie season Head Coach Doc Rivers advised him, “you know your teammates hate playing with you?”  Rondo responded well to the coaching and started 22 of the […]

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The Power of an Apology

Have you ever noticed how rarely you hear an adult person utter the words “I’m sorry”?  Oftentimes even if you do hear an apology, it comes with an explanation and a “but” which negates its intent.  As a result, I have come to the conclusion that it is the most difficult phrase to utter in the […]

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