Leadership can be learned in every situation – here’s one from the 2015 World Series: Protect your people by sticking to what you know is right, regardless of the pressures of the moment, even if the pressure comes from your best players.
There’s a price to be paid when our phones are with us at every moment. After 16 months traveling, Robert and I have realized that sometimes it’s better to leave our phones in the truck when we’re grabbing an opportunity!
Leadership Couples help maximize each other’s strengths and minimize each other’s weaknesses. Together, they can make a difference in the lives of others by being a team of influence.
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all response in leadership. Those who follow you, need something from you. It might be instruction. It might be encouragement. But they’re going to need something from you today, that will be different from what they’ll need four years from now… How you respond matters! (click to read more)
Values keep you stable when life changes. Do you know your unique values as a couple? This guide and workbook will walk you through the steps to choose your own, unique, differentiating values as a husband and wife. *(click the photo to read more)*
There’s nothing as constant as change – but change strikes us all differently. What happens to a husband and wife team when faced with change? Read about our experience in a Lead Like Jesus Encounter in North Texas…
To move away from the course of inertia, you need to re-establish your WHY. I believe Sinek’s approach applies equally well for leadership couples. Sometimes you don’t need to “feel” any passion to take the steps past inertia. Just begin. Read more – click the photo!
As Robert and I travel, we like to share and talk about books. We recently read a terrific book about the early days of Banana Republic. The founders of this extremely successful retail business – Mel & Patricia Ziegler – ran their business with 4 values in mind… (click the photo to read the review of their book!)