Most everyone born in the later half of the 20th Century is familiar with the 1981 Oscar-winning film Chariots of Fire (Best Picture, Best Original Music Score, Best Original Screenplay, Best Costume Design + 3 additional nominations), featuring the story of runner Eric Liddell. The Olympic gold medal recipient has influenced many following his days... Continue Reading →
Imagine arriving at the coffee pot to pour your morning coffee when, rather than receiving the traditional greeting, you are backed against the wall by some HDIs (highly disgruntled individuals) because you made a really unpopular decision, and now you've got to dig your way out... As executives and managers, and simply even spouses and parents, many find themselves in this very... Continue Reading →
Through steady, planned, enthusiastic perseverance, we worked to establish a spirit of excellence, mutual support, and winning. Confidence.
Through a few simple changes you can help your organization to move forward by demonstrating a positive & interested spirit.
The 20th century was big on top-down management. That model is being challenged today,...
So often we trudge through each day handling our tasks, only to complete everything (or add some to the next day's list) and then do the same the next day. Honestly, such an existence is mundane, boring, and an absolute waste! Yet, it's so funny how we all fall into that repetitive trap. Just this... Continue Reading →
As a business owner, my guess is that you have the tools to meet the needs of your clients - education, tools, etc., but it's important to ask yourself if you appear ready and able to your potential clients.
… it's rare for most church tech guys to get what they feel they need in order to perform their jobs as well as they think they should.
… mission statements and catchy slogans are great, but when people are left wondering how the chimes and rhymes really apply to their daily task lists things really aren't working.