Top 5 from the First Year

 

Wow, I can’t believe it’s been one year since we launched this blog! Every week, more people are signing up. In fact, this list has grown almost tenfold over the last year! I hope these posts are valuable resources to you, both personally and professionally.

Today, I want to look back at this past year and highlight five of my favorite posts. Those of you that have been here from the beginning will recognize these, but others of you might be seeing them for the first time. Either way, I hope they are helpful to you this week.

1. People: Looking through the lens of a police officer, we receive a great reminder of how to see people positively.

2. Growth: A simple scripture reframed the way I view the challenges that accompany growth.

3. Expectations: Almost all of our frustrations are due to unmet expectations.

4. Instincts: A client of mine challenged our business to trust our gut.

5. Excellence: An interview with a baseball player reminded us about excellence in the everyday activities of life.

Whether you are a business owner, an employee working your first job, a pastor in ministry, a parent, or a student, I hope that this blog has helped you on your journey. I am very excited for what’s to come and hope that you will continue reading.

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Next week, I’ll be tackling a topic every single leader needs to understand: The Proximity Principle.

Thank you for reading. I’m excited to kickoff a new year of blog posts!


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Today, business means more than just mere products and services. Your organization needs to stand for something. Branding is what you tell the world; leadership is how you make it come true.

No one knows this dynamic better than Kevin Paul Scott.

Companies turn to Kevin for advice on how to up the meaning-quotient in their businesses, so that employees and customers alike champion the business as if it were their own.

Let Kevin come and teach your group about how to build a business and communicate corporate values in a way that resonates with consumers.

His speeches include:
• Building a Business with Meaning
• Leading When the Majority is Wrong
• In Changing Times, Hold to Unchanging Principles
• The War for Talent: Recruiting and Retaining Top Tier Talent
• Essential Exchanges: What You Have to Give Up to Go Up