Leadership Blog (Page 2)

Leadership Blog (Page 2)

Discouraged?

Yeah, me too. I couldn’t tell you exactly when I got so discouraged or even exactly why. All I knew is that it started out like a dull headache and slowly built to a level I couldn’t ignore. Which led me to ask, “What the heck is wrong with me?” It’s an honest question. I have a nice home, awesome wife and kids, beautiful grandson, I’m self-employed (and loving it), and I…

This is not about you…

I was in the hospital chapel with some of my family while she lay dying in a private room upstairs. Heartbroken, confused, we grieved. Too young and too loving and too good to die, she was the best person any of us knew; she was the best of us. Nothing made sense. We hadn’t really gone to the chapel to pray; rather just to find a place to get away from the smell and feel…

You can’t trust Mondays…

You can’t trust Mondays. It’s cold, rainy, dark and dreary on this not-so-fine November morning. The only inspiration you’re likely to get on a day like this is to hit the snooze button and call in sick. But most of you are like me; you drag your butt outta bed and start your day anyway. You don’t have to like it; you just do what you have to do because that’s what you…

I hope you can do something…

Our Cornerstone Elders will be sharing devotions and thoughts here on our website. Today’s thought comes from Larry Van Hoose. There’s a line in a classic western I like: A small-town dentist asks a gunfighter, played by John Wayne, his name? “Doesn’t matter,” answers the gunfighter furtively. “Well Mr. Doesn’t Matter, I hope you can do something,” replies the…