Clutter. We all love it, right? Well, no. What if you could unclutter your email inbox? What if you could create a system and rhythms that will leave your inbox empty at the end of each day? I've been working at this for the past couple of years and I've discovered a system that works. … Continue reading Reaching Zero Inbox
How do you calibrate your life so that you're doing the things that matter most? One of the personal development rhythms that I've tried to keep for the past two decades is what I affectionately call my weekly Hour of Power. To be honest, I'm not sure where the name came from. And no, it's not … Continue reading The Hour of Power
Time management is important. But don't ignore energy management. This is the premise of The Power of Full Engagement by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz. Feeling flat at work? Tired all the time? Unfocused or down? You might want to check under the hood of your life to see what - if anything - is fuelling … Continue reading Book: The Power of Full Engagement
The church needs leaders - always has and always will. So where do church leaders come from? In recent decades we've witnessed an enormous push to develop leaders within the church. Much of this has been influenced by the leadership development movement in the marketplace - which hasn't been a bad thing. The church has … Continue reading The Church Needs Leaders?