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AUdio Book

When I first started my career I made lots of mistakes. Not just average mistakes, but a lot of really bad, terrible, misguided, arrogant, immature, and inexperienced mistakes. The kind you learn from immediately.  There’s a saying that goes, “experience is the best kind of teacher.” I am here to tell you that experience is the worst kind of teacher.  "Experience as a teacher brings nothing but heartache, frustration, difficulties, shame and embarrassment." .  I want to share my lessons learned with you.

  • The Three Excuses Every Leader Needs to Stop Making
  • How to Spend More Time on Your Work: and Stop Doing Everybody Else’s        
  • Why Being a Perfectionist is Killing Your Leadership
“Remember - as a leader, you can be both the problem and the solution.”
“One team is better than one person. And just to be clear, this is very different from saying, “five is better than one.”


Interviewing is an Art Guide

The key to a good interview will always lie in your ability to avoid common hiring mistakes and assess potential talent during the interview process. That's why I prepared this guide with some of my favorite interviewing techniques and questions as a powerful supplement to the book. Here are few samples from inside:

"Then a few great follow up questions I like to ask after opening with those questions, are these:

  1. How have you had to reinvent your job in light of your organization’s changing needs?
  2. What makes you stand out among your peers?
  3. Tell me a time when you solved an internal conflict on the team.

I like these because they aren't the typical tell me your strengths and weaknesses questions. They go deeper and require more complex thought, which tends to reveal more of the candidate’s true personality. It also reveals how aware they are of organizational changes and their team members’ abilities."

How to Creating an amazing Team Culture Guide

When I say core values what words come to mind? Words like integrity, diversity, inspiration, community, helpful, creativity... blah, blah, blah. Right?

This is the problem with most church’s core values: too often, they’re just empty words that mean nothing to the people they’re supposed to inspire. They are often shaped from a well-intended place, but usually miss the mark when it comes to language. Stringing together a bulleted list of words meant to inspire does nothing for your team. In fact, your team probably doesn't even know what a core value is, or if they do, what yours happen to be.  Here's a sample of how to create useful and powerful core values:

Step #7 – Ask the Questions: To create your own core values list you start with these questions:

  1. What is important at our company? 
  2. What is unique and special about working here?
  3. what things that are non-negotiable when it comes to how we do our work?

The Kindle Book

Here's a very small list of the kind of help provided in the book:

  • The Three Excuses Every Leader Needs to Stop Making
  • How to Spend More Time on Your Work: and Stop Doing Everybody Else’s      
  • An Easy 4-Step Solution for Holding Your Team Accountable 
  • A Complete List of the Best Questions to Ask in any Interview
  • The steps necessary to fire someone with dignity and integrity
  • How to Handle Conflict on the Team 
  • Why Being a Perfectionist is Killing Your Leadership
  • And lots more...
"We’re not rewarded when we do the right thing at the wrong time"
“A mission without action is a daydream. Action without a mission is a nightmare.”