What Team Building Process Did Jesus Use? No matter what you are trying to achieve in your business, you will need a strong team to do it. You can only go as far as your supporting cast will take you. Sports stars and Oscar winners know this to be true. Jesus also knew this, which is why he put together the most impactful team in the history of the world: His twelve apostles. These twelve seemingly ordinary men set the world on fire. It’s not because they chose to follow Jesus, but rather because He chose them to follow Him. This difference is huge in team building dynamics. In this week’s episode you’ll learn the three groups found within any team and how to interact with the different players within each group. Being a leader doesn’t mean to always attract more followers. It means to be confident enough to choose who you keep around and invest in. Hey… it’s what Jesus would do.See Show Notes
What is an intangible leader? An intangible leader is someone who bring tremendous value to your team, but whose potential has not yet been reached and whose results have yet to stand out. The intangible leader is not about the obvious stuff you can put on a spreadsheet. His contributions are NOT quantifiable. In today’s episode of The Thriving on Purpose Podcast, we want to help you with proven ways to identify those intangible leaders around you or on your team; because failure to do so could eventually hurt your team, your organization, your leadership, and your legacy as a leader.See Show Notes
Have you ever tried to write an important email while a toddler was climbing on you? If so, you are probably part of the mompreneur and dadpreneur club. We all know being an entrepreneur today is challenge enough, but add children to the mix, and it will test your mettle and stretch you to your limit! The last thing we want is for you to snap under the added strain this unique challenge brings. To that end, in this episode of the Thriving on Purpose Podcast, we will give you tips and guidelines to help all of you out there who happen to be Entrepreneurs… with Children!
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You’ve probably heard that most businesses fail within their first year, right?
We strongly believe the main cause of most of these failures is usually not the result of a bad product, inadequate marketing, or lack of funds – although these do come into play.
Our contention is that the most common reason for these business failures is: … the leadership of the individual entrepreneur.
Everything rises and falls on leadership. And as we will see in this episode… that’s especially true of your small business.See Show Notes
In this Episode You Will: Learn what separates leaders from followers. Get a clear picture of what constitutes strong leadership. Get a better grasp of what is required in order to positively influence others. Be equipped with knowledge to build a strong leadership foundationSee Show Notes