The Myth of Balance / The Reality of Rhythm *systems video

You weren’t created for BALANCE. 

You were created to live in RHYTHM.

You can’t be INTENSE all the time, simply shifting your focus from one important area to another…

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Three Ways to Prepare for Momentum *systems blog

Momentum.

Every leader, team and organization wants it.

Yet, as much as it is sought after and worked for, Momentum often remains elusive.

The truth is…

  • Momentum does not come easily.
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How to-- and why you must-- make progress a daily habit *systems progress

Did you know that when NASA launches a rocket, it almost immediately goes off course?

While you would expect this to be an exact science, successful missions are actually a series of...

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How to break a growth barrier in a day *systems

In this video (which comes from module 2 / video 3 of The Church Catapult course), Shawn outlines WHY you should do a "big day" and break a growth barrier in a single day (on a...

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5-Step System To Create More Leaders In Your Church (coach) jeremy isaacs *culture *systems

God loves to use previous generations of leaders to raise up the next generation of leaders, and when the church is at her best, we’re really good at it.

You probably learned how to...

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5 Hurdles Every Executive Pastor Has To Get Over (coach) kevin lloyd *systems people

I am not a great surfer, but I love to surf!

There is a lot of skill and intuition required to ride a wave. Surfing is also being able to recognize the right opportunity. Choosing the right...

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7 Things Pastors Should Do Every Monday (coach) kevin lloyd *systems priorities

If Monday were shoes, they'd be Crocs. 

While seeing a surge in popularity, Crocs will never be the coolest of shoes in my opinion.

Similarly, Mondays will never be the best of days for me...

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3 Reasons Churches and Organizations Stop Growing *culture *systems *team

At CourageousPastors.com we teach our Gears of Growth Framework as THE primary tool to help leaders find the problem areas (and potential places) in their organization. Both are important.

Many...

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