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The Leadership Of Peyton Manning Part 9

It has been a little over five months since my last post in this series.  To view all previous articles on this topic, go to the Categories section of this blog and select “Increasing Capacity”.  Now that you are trusting your preparation and beginning to execute as a leader, it is time to visit The Coaching Question […]

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5 Lies Men Believe

This morning my wife and I were discussing a book she is currently reading called Lies Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free by Nancy Leigh DeMoss.  During our discussion, I began to think about the lies that we men believe. After processing my own experiences and those of the people I know, […]

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Notes From Community Group Leaders Training

Today I trained a number of Community Group leaders at Fellowship Bible Church (  Listed below is the outline I used. The focal passage I used was Luke 5:27-32. The Value of Jesus 1. Priorities – Jesus loved people.  2. Protects – Who is the most important person on Sunday?  Answer – The Visitor.  3. Propagation […]

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Getting Through Tough Times

There is a great article today on discussing why Joe Girardi is a great fit for the New York Yankees. In essence, he can handle the pressure of the New York spotlight because he is unflappable, all business and has a calm demeanor. That got me to thinking… We all face high pressure situations […]

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Adding Leaders: Insights from the 2010 Kansas City Chiefs Draft

On Monday, April 26th in Peter King’s great column Monday Morning QB ( he noted that five of the seven Kansas City Chief 2010 draft picks were captains of the college teams. They were: Eric Berry of the Tennessee Volunteers who was also the best defensive player in the draft not named Suh. Dexter McCluster […]

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