Feeling exhausted today? When we get run down [with no rest in sight], it is like a dull ax in the hands of a woodsman. It is not a skill to make a dull ax work more. It’s a skill to […]
My wife and I had an interesting conversation recently. She teaches some of the poorest students in the greater Columbus area how to read through a specialized program. She often says – ‘Feelings Rule‘. One of the challenges in shifting […]
Developing cohesive cultures in today’s world is without doubt one of the most challenging endeavors for every one of us. The tension in relationships around the world and in every sphere of society has escalated to an unprecedented level.
“For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking, but of righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.” – Romans 14:17 I wonder if the fear of judgment from others keeps us from extending love […]
Think about yourself and any team / organization you are in today. Identify an area in your work and/or personal life that is challenging and / or changing. Now, think about the following 4 levels of Change below and assess what areas […]
There must be more! – Why aren’t I experiencing more? Have you ever wondered why you’re not experiencing ‘more’? More – love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, gentleness, self-control over situations that seem to occur over and over again? What if […]
What if you knew that others couldn’t or wouldn’t reciprocate in like fashion, effort, or intent to your acts of love, kindness, joy, patience, sacrifice, commitment, etc…? Would you stop giving yourself away? Come on, we all would stop eventually. Human nature tells us NOT to “put up with it”. That’s the difference between us and God.
Over the last 5 years Marketplace Solutions has led a focused effort to equip emerging leaders in emerging countries around the world using a powerful training called Transformational Leadership. We have served leaders in Nigeria, Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda, DRC, Ghana, […]
Adversity is a difficult teacher and a powerful revealer of substance and belief! Below is a paraphrase of Psalms 18. I love you, Lord, my strength. (Obviously the first inclination for this writer is to affirm their relational realities) The Lord is […]