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Being Teachable

Being Teachable

Iron Leaders, Hope you all enjoyed celebrating our nation’s independence this 4th of July! We have much to be thankful for – especially us who have ultimate freedom in Christ. “A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion.” Proverbs 18:2 “And you say, ‘How I hated discipline, and my heart despised reproof! I did not listen to the voice of my teachers or incline my ear to my instructors.’” Proverbs 5:12–13 “When I’m thinking of…

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Helpful Blogs to Familiarize Yourself With

Helpful Blogs to Familiarize Yourself With

Iron Leaders, Hope you all are enjoying the start of summer. Here are a several blogs that I find helpful: BLOGS: If you are not familiar with Al Mohler, you should be. He has an excellent website and each day offers insightful commentary on events shaping our world. His summer reading list is for leaders. Enjoy listening to him and learning from him. AlbertMohler.com Ron Edmondson is a popular blogger in the leadership space. Here is a sample of his…

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“Passing the Baton” – Leadership Lesson

“Passing the Baton” – Leadership Lesson

  Joshua was Moses’ successor. Joshua was the one who would carry Moses’ tune into the Promised Land. See how Joshua was with Moses at important events: Joshua fought the first battle in the wilderness (When Moses was holding up his hands) Joshua was one of the 12 spies who first entered Canaan Joshua was with Moses on mountain when Moses received the 10 commandments I want to use the events Exodus 32-33 to see some important practices Moses imprinted on…

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How to Tell Your Colleague You Dropped the Ball

How to Tell Your Colleague You Dropped the Ball

“No matter how hard you try or how many hours you work, you’re likely to disappoint a colleague at some point. But what if you have to let something slip that’s especially important to one of your peers? How do you tell them that you’re going to let them down?” Read the full blog by Amy Gallo.