Mentoring: Where Young and Old Collide

By: Don Corder “When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to...

The Key to Happiness? Love Something to the Point of Ridicule

The Key to Happiness? Love Something to the Point of Ridicule

By Justin Zoradi Originally posted on the Storyline Blog A while ago I stumbled upon an amazing video of a...

When is Right Wrong?

by Harvey Hook “One of the sincerest forms of respect is listening to what someone has to say.” –Bryant H....

The Hidden Art of Followership

By Ernest Hoffman Devoting the space of a leadership blog to a topic like followership may seem out of place. ...

Flow

By Lynette Vaive “Be still and know. . .” I just finished a meeting with some folks that had a...

Sometimes the Calling Precedes the Belief

By Shannon Lee My pastor Pete Hixson started a new series this past Sunday called Choose to be Used. The...

What is Life?

By Harvey Hook “Life is a little bit of time and a lot of relationship.” -Papa, The Shack This blog...

Why Most Leaders Waste It

By Paul Kilzer As a leader, you are not a one-talent person. You’re probably not even a two-talent person. The...

Why Discovering Your Ordinary Superpowers is One of the Most Important Things You Can Do as a Leader

By Mark Henson There was a time I chose the wrong path – the “leadership path.” It was one of...

Sexual Addiction in the Workplace

By John Doyel What do Anthony Weiner, Roger Ailes, and Bill Clinton all have in common? Sex scandals rocked their...