It’s hard to stay on top of the many leadership and productivity articles published each week. To help you become the best leader possible, here are three articles I found helpful this week:
“If you want to see your strategic plan drive new growth, you need to weed out the ideas that just don’t belong. Even the great ideas. One of the great challenges facing all leaders is how to determine whether each new idea that comes along should find its way into your overall plan. This tool can be a great starting place.”
“God and nitwits never feel inferior. Normal folk grapple with feeling inferior. Feeling like you’re not there yet is reality, not inferiority. Feeling like you’ve arrived is delusion. The dog who barks the loudest is feeling inferior.”
“As a pastor, I’m am consistently called upon to help people learn how to grieve in a healthy way. I’ll be candid, it is not one of my favorite roles, because it always stemmed from the reasons why they need to grieve. It means someone is hurt. Grieving indicates brokenness. There is pain, disappointment, even anger associated with grief. That never feels good. Yet the fact remains, part of living in a fallen world is living among the thorns. We must learn to grieve in a healthy way, because there will always be reasons to do so. I’ve even met well-meaning believers, however, who simply don’t know how to do as the Scripture says – that we do grieve. We simply don’t grieve like the rest of the world.”
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