Category Archives: Leadership and Empowerment

Wooden on Leadership

Coach John Wooden coached 10 national championship teams and inspired many with books, speeches, and his Pyramid of Success. He lived to almost 100 years. – David Advertisements

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5 Leadership Best Practices

Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims taught 5 key practices for leaders at the Troy University Leadership Conference 2018, citing authors Kouzes and Posner: Model the Way Inspire a Shared Vision Challenge the Process Enable others to Act Encourage the Heart APPLICATIONS YOU … Continue reading

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What is my vision for life?

Have you answered the question, “What is my vision for life?” “What kind of person am I called to be?” “What legacy of service am I called to give?” If you have, you are more likely to fulfill resolutions. You … Continue reading

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I will do what I can

I cannot do everything; I will…do the something I can do. -Helen Keller- The first of my seven best practices to PLAN and LEAD in LIFE is: Lead Your Life. Mindset matters. Discouragement when challenges come is a key reason … Continue reading

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Overcome the Assumption of Growth

To improve our results, we typically must improve ourselves so we have capacity to fulfill our callings. –David Continue reading

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