Books I Read in 2015

You all know we well enough to know that reading is a huge value to me.  My family gets annoyed by the stacks of books that are piled up in my office and on my nightstand.  I just can’t get enough.  I buy books faster than I can read them. Today I’m in Wisconsin visiting […]

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The Daily Verse

Occasionally there are unexpected collisions in life that alter our course even if we don’t realize it at the time. My collision with Kat Davis was less than a spectacular one (or so I thought at the time.)  We were two young twenty-something interns competing for power and influence and our chance to make our […]

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Clearing through the Clutter

One of the challenges I find as a leader is sorting through all of the great resources out there for equipping yourself and your team.  There are so many GOOD books, articles, blogs, etc. that sometimes I feel like all I’m doing is reading or studying rather than applying anything that I’m learning. I also […]

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On My List

Recently someone asked me on Twitter what’s on my reading list for this year, so… I thought I would share with you what’s on my radar so far: Good to Great and the Social Sectors by Jim Collins The Leadership Pipeline by Charan, Drotter & Noel Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell Tribal Leadership by Logan, King […]

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I'm going to become a hermit…

I’m borderline hermit material anyway, given my deep need for alone time, but I think I could hole up for a year and never catch up on all the reading and studying that I want to do.  I’m high “Input” on the StrengthsFinder assessment (which basically means I love information), so that doesn’t help this issue […]

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I’m going to become a hermit…

I’m borderline hermit material anyway, given my deep need for alone time, but I think I could hole up for a year and never catch up on all the reading and studying that I want to do.  I’m high “Input” on the StrengthsFinder assessment (which basically means I love information), so that doesn’t help this issue […]

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