How to Lead People to Work Together

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How to Lead People to Work Together Leading others to work together is not always an easy task.  In fact, a conflict between employees, volunteers and church members can be a great challenge. There must be a clear understanding of certain personality traits to grow teamwork.  When we understand people, it can become easier to […]

Are You Getting A Day of Rest?

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Day of Rest? “By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work.” Genesis 2:2 Regardless of what your week has been like, you are ready for a day of rest.  Every one of us needs a day off from the […]

Spiritual DNA, Part 5: Tracing Your Story

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Fifth in a 5-part series that outlines the components making up your spiritual DNA Your spiritual DNA (the unique characteristics that comprise your soul) can be identified through a series of assessments, just as the makeup of your cellular DNA (a means of physical identification) can be documented through a laboratory test. To many, it […]

Frustration on the Job! How Do You Deal With It?

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How are you dealing with frustration on the job?  How do you deal with frustration on the volunteer team, your charity organization or your congregation?  Frustration can be very exhausting for anyone! Dale Carnegie once said, “Our fatigue is often caused not by work, but by worry, frustration and resentment.”  According to Carnegie “frustration” is […]

Are You A Good Listener

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People just want to be heard.  Regardless of your line of work or profession, they want you to listen to them and care about what’s important to them.  I was assisting a man with a practical need yesterday.  Though his need was material, his greater need was to talk…for two hours…and for me to simply […]

Burnout and Church Responsibility

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Burnout and Church Responsibility In the past one hundred years, the church has placed upon its leaders more responsibility than ever before.  This type of responsibility can create an environment for personal burnout. In a recent conference, I attended I took a class on time management only to be thoroughly discouraged by the speaker that […]

Insecurity and the Development of Teamwork

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Why is it so difficult for some organizations, businesses, and congregations to create and develop strong teamwork?  There may be many answers to such a question however, insecurity and the development of teamwork strongly work against one another. Insecurity of individual team members is one of the most destructive personality traits within any organization.  Insecurity […]