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8 Things You’ll Regret Forever

By Avery Nesbitt | Sep 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

As leaders at work and home we are faced with choices, decisions and options all day, everyday. Life is what happens in between decisions. We choose to go left or right, we decide to jump or step down and we opt in or out of opportunities. After we make our choices life offers very few do-over’s. […]

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5 Ways to Build A Winning Team

By Avery Nesbitt | Aug 21, 2017 | 1 Comment

Some teams are good but some teams are great. Some teams work hard to get the job done and some win with a mesmerizing ease. What’s the difference in a group of people and a winning team? How do we get on one – better yet – how do we build one? What tools do […]

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4 Signs of Cowardly Leadership

By Avery Nesbitt | Aug 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

In a world that’s become increasingly more complex, divided and fragile many leaders today fail to say what needs to be said and do what needs to be done. While today’s businesses and churches are lead by some of the most dynamic and courageous leaders the world has ever seen, many of the courageous among […]

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Knowing You… Part 2

By Avery Nesbitt | Jul 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

In the previous post we talked about why the best leaders know the most about themselves & the powerful benefits of becoming a Student of Yourself.  If you missed it, hop over now and join the conversation. The best leaders know themselves and respond before their emotions can react. They discover the subtle but significant differences […]

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Knowing You…

By Avery Nesbitt | Jun 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

The best leaders know the most – about themselves. One of the greatest gifts you can give yourself is a full understanding of who you are, learning about you. What motivates you? What demotivates you? What makes you tick? Think of you as a lifelong friend, coworker, team member, direct report, and boss. There is […]

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Leading From Both Sides of Your Brain

By Avery Nesbitt | May 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are a lot of leadership books out right now. Somewhere over the past 30 years’ businesses stole the churches mojo on leadership. Jesus was influencing groups of people who were influencing groups of people. That’s call Leadership. But somewhere, when we weren’t looking, Corporate America took Jesus’ Leadership styles and applied it to businesses. […]

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When Work Isn’t Working

By Avery Nesbitt | Apr 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

We’ve all had bad days but what happens when bad days turn into bad weeks, that turn into bad months that turn into you having “the talk” with your boss? What happens when you’re doing everything you know to do but it’s not producing the results you’ve gotten in the past? What happens when your […]

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In Laymen’s Terms

By Avery Nesbitt | Apr 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

The phrase “In Laymen’s Terms” is synonymous with the simple, clean cut version of something – but where did it come from? The word layman means “secular man” and dates back to the 15 century. A layman is a someone who does not work for the church but leads alongside the ordained clergy. Many, along with 99% of the […]

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Prayer is the ∆

By Avery Nesbitt | Mar 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Galileo once said, “Mathematics is the language with which God wrote the Universe.” If mathematics is a language then it’s no wonder why we use symbols to define concepts. In Arithmetic, the ∆ symbol is more than a triangle. It’s the symbol for Change or Difference. For example: IF X = 3  &  Y = 2 THEN […]

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