Every Friday I post a short list of the things I’m reading, listening to, loving and wrestling with:
Here’s what I’m reading right now:
7 Disruptive Church Trends That Will Rule 2018 by Carey Nieuwhof. This post will keep you thinking about what’s coming and already here.
10 Lessons On How A Leader Should Handle Being Fired by Brian Dodd. This will certainly be timely for some. Great insights!
4 Ways to Lead People Who Don’t Want to Be on the Team by Eric Geiger. Eric is a great leader and this article has several key insights.
Creating an innovation culture by Dr. Waguih Ishak on McKinsey.com. If you’re part of an organization, this article begs to be read and analyzed for application. Very intriguing.
Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals by Michael Hyatt. This is a great read! Don’t miss this one!
Here’s what I’m listening to:
Clay Scroggins—How to Build Your Influence on the EntreLeadership Podcast. This is a great conversation! Very applicable and will pull you in right away. Clay’s book How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge: Leveraging Influence When You Lack Authority is a great read (and available right now on Kindle for $4.99!)
Craig Groeschel Deconstructs His Approach To Preaching, Leadership, Success, The Future And More on the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast. You may not be the primary speaker, but this is a great conversation!
The Seven Deadly Sins by Todd Henry on the Accidental Creative Podcast. In this episode Todd shares seven common areas where people and teams unknowingly settle, and a few questions to help you identify and move past them.
Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck. Fascinating! I heard/read about this book from multiple VERY smart people. Glad I picked it up (on Audible).
Quotes I’m wrestling with:
“Remember, what you’re doing now matters more than it feels like it does. That’s why this week and every week is really important.” Reggie Joiner
My own posts I hope you’re reading:
I’ve written many times that I’ve never been more proud than when my prospective boss at Parkview was told, “If you’re okay with a mad scientist, Mark will be a good hire.”
Seriously…I want to always be trying something new; to be experimenting with ideas that might change our trajectory.