Reading for Your Leading | Week of September 19

Articles from the week of September 19th to stimulate your thinking, influence, and leadership. 

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From Father to Son — J.R.R. Tolkien on Sex – by Albert Mohler

Communicate Your Vision in a Compelling Way – by Dan Reiland

Four Questions for Obeying the First Commandment – by Kevin DeYoung

A Better Way to Manage Your Email Subscriptions

Though other means of communication have evolved, email continues to maintain its traction. And one of the ways that my email gets utilized is for subscriptions. There are those that I want, like an engaging leadership blog, and there are those that I dislike, like the ones for major discounts on monogrammed coffee mugs.

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Ok, who signed me up for that?

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Reading for Your Leading | Week of September 12

Articles from the week of September 12th to stimulate your thinking, influence, and leadership. 

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Clarifying Outcomes: A Quote From ‘Getting Things Done’ – by David Allen

7 Ways to Demoralize Your Team – by Art Rainer

All That Terror Teaches: Have We Learned Anything? – by Albert Mohler

Why Being Told To “Be Better” Will Never Make You Better

We are a world infatuated with “better.” One football team is better than another in how they move the ball down the field. An Olympic swimmer is better than she was last year. This brand of phone is better because it is waterproof, syncs with your other platforms, or can take better pictures.

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We are told to be better parents, better employees, better dads, better caretakers of the planet.

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Reading for Your Leading | Week of September 5

Articles from the week of September 5th to stimulate your thinking, influence, and leadership. 

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10 Benefits of Reading: Why You Should Read Every Day – by Lana Winter-Hebert

A.W. Tozer on 10 Steps To Experiencing a Radical Spiritual Renaissance – by Miles Welch

Four Daily Prayers for Spiritual Leaders: #4 Rescue Me – by Miles Welch