Three years ago I launched this blog.
That might not seem like a big deal to you, but it was a huge step for me. I’d written books, but the idea of committing to put out a post every single week seemed daunting.
However, three years and 156 consecutive weeks of posts later, here we are. Looking back, it wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our ADDO team, Marjorie Roberson helping create, compile and edit, and the different individuals and organizations that share these posts.
To those of you who have been here from the beginning, thank you for reading my thoughts, sharing them, and supporting me in this endeavor. To new readers, welcome! I hope these blog posts are valuable resources to you, both personally and professionally.
Today, I want to look back at the last three years and highlight three of my favorite posts.
1. The Junk on the Journey: This is the first post I wrote to launch this blog three years ago. Looking through the lens of a powerful proverb, we are each challenged to reframe our perspective to face and embrace challenges in a new way.
2. Leading When the Majority is Wrong: This post is as timely today as the day it was written. In our shifting culture and climate, we must know how to identify when the majority is wrong. After we come to this conclusion, we need clarity and courage to stand up for what is right, even when it’s not popular.
We need clarity and courage to stand up for what is right, even when it’s not popular. @KevinPaulScott
3. The High Cost of Low Engagement: Poor organizational culture and unengaged team members are coming at a huge cost to your company. Seriously. In this post, I spell it out so even the most results-oriented individual can understand how important it is to focus on employee engagement.
Whether you are a business owner, a young employee working your first job, a pastor in ministry, a volunteer for a non-profit, or a parent, I hope that this blog helps you on your journey.
Thank you for reading. I’m excited for what the next three years might bring!