Writing the perfect About page is a lot like trying to take that perfect mirror selfie. “You know what, this outfit and me are working today – I’m feelin it. I should capture this.” “What are my best features? What’s my best angle?” “Are they going to see the toilet in the background?” “Does it… Read More
One of the best things about transitions in life is that they force you to reflect – consider what was, could have been, should have been, is, should be, and will be. Since I’m changing entire cities, jobs, friendships and more, I’ve had a plethora of things to reflect on. I know with an intro like… Read More
We hear it all the time, “You shouldn’t judge; it’s wrong!”, “Well he’s judgmental so I don’t like him!”, “You can’t judge me!” Personally though, I wish I had more judgmental* people in my life!
Innovative leaders can often be disruptive, for sure, and thus kinda scary for some. If you are that leader, gifted in discovery, or you’ve tried working with that type of leadership, you’ve felt this no doubt. I recently ran across this infographic on the DNA of entrepreneur type leaders (which says it is by the Wall Street Journal),… Read More
This is the first post on the new site I launched this week (TheMajestysMen.com). Though the blog covers different roles that Godly men fulfill, none of them are called “Leaders” and there is good reason for that. We as men are always leaders in some regard, you’re either a good one or a bad one…. Read More
People want to say it’s of little value to know more doctrine. As in, “I can do my job, love God and love people, without knowing all that stuff.” For example, things like the doctrines of grace – often called Calvinism, Arminianism, Molinism and others. Many state these to not be particularly relevant. To that… Read More
I’m often amazed at how easily we, myself included, want to throw more rules at a situation in order to improve it. In my spiritual beliefs and line of work, we tend to shy away from the word “rules” and substitute a slightly less aggressive word we call “expectations” – as if it’s different. Whichever way you… Read More