Gratitude: The Antidote to Hopelessness

Gratitude for a Crazy Year Entering the holiday season means time together as a family, colder weather, warm meals, and plenty of gratitude. The holiday season is the time when we look back at the year we just had – the crazy year of election pandemonium, murder hornets, a wild and unprecedented pandemic, and off-and-on lockdowns. As I ponder the last 11 months, as crazy as they were, I’m also grateful and thought I would…

PODCAST: Our American Stories

Servant leadership is a way of living. Check out this episode to learn how to lead with love, the verb, in every area of your life.

PODCAST: Scale with Predictable Success

The best way to live is to learn While we can’t correct the mistakes we make, we can learn from them and become better versions of ourselves. In this session, I share: openly about the mistakes I made (and how I’ve worked to ameliorate them) my current Bible hero how to make hope an anchor practical steps to move forward in a positive way if you’ve made a mistake Listen to the episode

PODCAST: The DC Experiment (PartS I & II)

Applying principles of love in success and failure This is a 2-part series, we dive into leading with love from the board room to the family room.  Love is a verb, an action, and must be chosen. In times of success and failure, we must come together to lead as we’ve been taught by the ultimate servant-leader, Jesus. Listen to Part I Listen to Part II

PODCAST: Leadership on Purpose

Most companies don’t use the “L” word.  I believe this is the foundation of leadership.  I break down what it looks like to lead with love … love the verb, not the emotion / romance.  In this episode, Blake and I also discuss: *practical ways to lead with love   *the importance of leaders having “Be Goals” not just “Do Goals”   *the ROI on leading with love and what this all looks like in times…

PODCAST: Faith Driven Entrepreneur

The best way to live is to learn While we can’t correct the mistakes we make, we can learn from them and become better versions of ourselves. In this session, I share: openly about the mistakes I made (and how I’ve worked to ameliorate them) my current Bible hero how to make hope an anchor practical steps to move forward in a positive way if you’ve made a mistake Listen to the episode

How to: Navigate a Tense Political Climate in the Workplace

Because of the 24-hour news cycle and social media, people are tuned in to politics now more than ever before. As a result, more conversations about politics are happening more even than in years past. Those conversations are taking place in many different places, from the gas station to the grocery store, church, school, and everywhere in between – including the workplace.  Discussing politics in the workplace can create a tense environment. People are entitled…

How Do I Work For A Leader With Different Beliefs Than My Own?

When you land a great job, you go into it hoping to get along with your boss. In a perfect world, your leader and you would share the same beliefs and values, creating a happy bubble of agreement. However, that doesn’t always happen. Sometimes you find yourself working for someone who has a different outlook on the world than you do. So, how do you follow a leader with different beliefs than your own? Here…