More on fences

More on fences

We are currently building fence, or rather, having some fence built on a piece of pasture land. Some of you will take the position of…

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Fences

Fences

Strong fences make good neighbors Have you heard it said, “Don’t feed your neighbor’s goats?” Once we begin to take on the problems of our…

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Accountability - Its Still the One

Accountability – Its Still the One

As leaders, we are required to hold folks accountable for their wrongs from time to time. It is hard. And, it should never get to…

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Expectations Too

Expectations Too

Expectations can and do lead to frustration I recently read that frustration is the place between expectation and experience. You may have heard it said,…

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Expectations

Expectations

I recently read that frustration is the place between expectation and experience. I expect that pretty well describes when I feel frustrated. We want to have…

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Call for the Question

Call for the Question

One of the foundational lessons of parliamentary procedure is calling the question. Once an agenda topic is called, discussion is opened on the agenda item….

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Testing

Testing

The book of James goes into great detail about the concept of testing. The point of testing is not to cause failure. It is to…

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Learning from the younger

Learning from the younger

I read a great article the other day about the “8 Sins Christians have become numb to.” Great article and did not mention homosexuality, divorce,…

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Communication

Communication

Communication—or lack thereof—may very well be the root of all evil when it comes to leadership.  As a public school teacher and administrator, I was…

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Personal & Personnel Management

Personal & Personnel Management

Please forgive the skipped post last week and the late one this week. I have a long list of excuses if you are interested. When…

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