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Reading to Lead (2/7/13)

February 7, 2013 by

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Here’s what I’m reading this week: One of the Greatest Speeches of All Time    Whenever we speak in front of a group of people, chances are good that there will be several, distinct groups of people in our audience.  Nancy Duarte’s analysis of Ronald Reagan’s speech to the nation following the Space Shuttle Challenger […]

Reading to Lead (1/18/13)

January 18, 2013 by

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Need a gentle nudge or a sharp poke in the right direction?  Here are some great articles I have come across recently. Cliff Jumping: John Saddington writes that if you are a leader, you are going to have to ask for help. Jerry Seinfeld on How to write a Joke:  This video shows that “funny” takes work. […]

Reading to Lead 12/5/12

December 5, 2012 by

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Here are several articles to help you think and act differently as you follow Christ and lead others: Sermon Preparation— I think Ray Ortlund gets to the heart of what what Jim Rayburn meant when he said “Its a sin to bore a kid with the Gospel.” Being timely, specific, and sincere— My friend Michael Holland gives some great […]

Reading to Lead 11/5/12

November 5, 2012 by

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After somewhat of a hiatus, the Leadership42Day Team is back at it, and the first post is the next installment in what I have dubbed the  “Reading to Lead” series.  In these posts, we share with you links to online articles and other blog posts that have been thought-provoking for us.  You can find all […]

Reading to Lead (4/10/12)

April 10, 2012 by

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Here are some recent articles that might get you to think differently about your leadership, or encourage you in a direction you are already going. Unhealthy Organizations  As leaders in this mission, we all have responsibility for setting the tone in our little corner of the world.  This is a great list of what NOT […]

Reading to Lead

March 22, 2012 by

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“Leaders are readers” is a principle I picked up somewhere along the way.  For the bulk of my life, that meant reading books.  A few years ago, I was introduced to Google Reader, which allows you to subscribe to blogs, or any website with an RSS feed (I have to admit I don’t really know […]