Tag: Leadership

Taking Manhood Back

One Step Away From Stupidity

It happens to all of us ….. “Flirting with Stupidity.” We have seen CEO’s, leaders of big movements, influencers who have built their reputation for years suddenly destroyed by what seemed like an act of stupidity. A husband who confesses his love for his family but chose to succumb to the temptation of flirting with…
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The Importance of Margins

If there is one thing a lot of men need to understand about life is the concept of MARGINS. I was taught early on in church about the concept of margin when my kids church teacher told me the story of Joseph’s plan of saving up during the season of plenty so that he could…
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Lessons Learned from Nikki

I was privileged to be part of the 13th Commencement Exercise of the School of Campus Ministry at our Every Nation Building two weeks ago. Our church Victory Greenhills sent one of our campus missionary, Nikki Sandi to school to equip her how to minister effectively with the students. During the awarding that night, Nikki…
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HOPE

When you have nothing, everything is possible! I heard somebody said before that we need to focus on where are moving to , not from where we are moving from! We sometimes get stuck on our present situation that we lose hope of what the future holds. We have seen great men come from nothing…
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The Giving Kind of Leadership

The greatest strategy for business success and personal fulfillment is not based upon getting all you can. Instead it is centered upon giving all you can. – Jeremie Kubicek Welcome to the new kind of leadership. It is not centered on position, power but rather on generosity, giving and wanting the people you lead succeed…
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One of the Best Leadership Example

This is leadership. Servant Leadership. Speechless. A few year ago Haruka Nishimatsu made a move that 99.9% of American CEOs would dare not do and would likely have night mares about. He cut all his perks and then slashed his salary when a layoff hit his company. In the aftermath of 2007, Nishimatsu made $90,000.…
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Success Tip: Preparing for Defining Moments

“I was prepared to handle September 11 precisely because I had been doing my best to take on challenges my whole career.” – Rudy Giuliani, Former Mayor of New York City We all thought that Rudy Giuliani became a different man after the September 11 terrorist attack at New York City. Some labeled it as…
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Mediocrity is the brother of crab mentality

This is a blog entry by Randy Burgos Those who cannot, criticize those who can. People are naturally critical of things they do not know. It stems from their fear of the unknown. Most often, once in their lives they were presented with a blind opportunity, and they were afraid to make the jump. The…
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Why You Should Write your Thoughts Everyday

Here is a good reason why I blog regularly and here is a good reason why some of us don’t write our thoughts and why we need to.

Count the Cost

Luke 14:28 “But don’t begin until you count the cost. For who would begin construction of a building without first calculating the cost to see if there is enough money to finish it? We cannot not underestimate having a logical game plan in life. Dream big it’s free but to start working your way to fulfill…
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