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“What does God really want me to do with my life?”

Are you interested in discovering your place in God’s story? Do you clearly understand your identity in Christ? Have you found yourself asking questions like: “Why am I here?” “What does God really want me to do with my... Read More »

Biblical “Success”

Whose agenda are you leading? It seems like an innocent enough question, right? In a world of dreams, visions, strategies, goals, and plans we tend to find ourselves rallying around a cause or tribe. Oh, we maintain our freedom and... Read More »

“One play can (has) change the game!”

If you’re a reader of mine or we’ve ever been engaged in a coaching relationship, you may have heard me share that “one play can change the game!”  A search on my blog will lead you to numerous blogs... Read More »

Are you leading through your values?

A foundational component of leadership which most leaders would agree upon is the need to establish core values personally and corporately. That being said, it’s an extremely low percentage of people who truly take the time to best understand... Read More »

Is it time to hire an assistant?

A common theme coming up recently seems to be around the area of hiring an assistant.  Whether an executive of a billion dollar organization or sole entrepreneur looking to take take the next step, the topic of having an assistant regularly... Read More »

Are you a “giver” or a “taker”?

One of the topics we spend a bit of time on in my coaching process is helping people to understand whether or not they are characterized by being a “giver” or “taker”.  Likely as you read these words, many... Read More »

Partnership Announcement

If you’ve been following my social media feed over the past month, you likely have seen a bit of buzz around a couple new partnerships forming.  Many of you have already expressed your congratulations which is much appreciated.  Others... Read More »

What should I “Start, Stop, Continue” doing?

Whether you’re a leader in a billion dollar corporation, small business owner, or simply looking to improve a relationship with a loved one, a great tool for doing so is the process of “Start, Stop, Continue”.  It seems so simply; yet,... Read More »

“I’ve been working in manufacturing since ‘kindergarten'”

Yesterday, we had a wonderful Arnold family gathering.  Between my nephew’s graduation, sister’s anniversaries, Mother’s Day, and my 47th birthday, we had plenty to celebrate.  One of the fun things about getting together as an entire family is sharing... Read More »

“what are the benefits of having an outsider like me…”

As one might expect, I often get into questions as the what are the benefits of having an outsider like me come into an organization.  Today, I thought I’d share a few of my typical responses to these questions.... Read More »
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