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Don’t Try to Manage Your Time – Manage Yourself!-By: John C. Maxwell

Don’t Try to Manage Your Time - Manage Yourself!-By: John C. Maxwell Here's an important announcement: There is no such thing as time management. Think about it; the term is an oxymoron. Time cannot be managed. It cannot be controlled in any way. Everyone gets the same number of hours and minutes every day. Nobody—no matter how shrewd—can save minutes [...]

Live2Lead: A Chance to Serve Your People and Your Community-By: John C. Maxwell

Live2Lead: A Chance to Serve Your People and Your Community-By: John C. Maxwell What’s your highest calling as a leader? Well, I believe it’s being a servant leader. I often teach that leaders ask the question, “Will I help people?” But servant leaders ask, “HOW will I help people?” When you’re a servant leader, you do so much more than [...]

What Successful People Know About Winning-by: John C. Maxwell (Part #2/2)

What Successful People Know About Winning-by: John C. Maxwell (Part #2/2) 3. Losses Create a Gap between I Should and I Did Winning creates a positive cycle in our lives. When we win, we gain confidence. The more confidence we have, the more likely we are to take action when it’s needed. That inclination to move from knowing to acting [...]

What Successful People Know About Winning-by: John C. Maxwell

 What Successful People Know About Winning-by: John C. Maxwell My friend Robert Schuller once asked, “What would you attempt to do if you knew you wouldn’t fail?” That’s a great question, an inspiring question. When most people hear it, they start dreaming. They are motivated to reach for their goals and to risk more. I have a question that I [...]

Don’t forget Mother’s Day!-by: John C. Maxwell

Don’t forget Mother’s Day!-by: John C. Maxwell Here in the United States, this coming Sunday, May 10, is Mother’s Day. I was blessed with an extraordinary mother who loved me unconditionally. To honor her and mothers everywhere, here are some inspiring quotes on motherhood and parenthood. A mother's arms are made of tenderness, and children sleep soundly in them. -Victor [...]

Cultivating Creativity in Times of Crisis-by: John C. Maxwell

Cultivating Creativity in Times of Crisis-by: John C. Maxwell Like everyone I know, I was horrified to learn of the tragic devastation that occurred in Nepal and the surrounding region when an earthquake struck. I lived in California for many years, where earthquakes were a fact of life. But I never experienced anything like the quake that hit that region [...]

Leadership Lessons from Ruth-by: John C. Maxwell

Leadership Lessons from Ruth-by: John C. Maxwell Last week, I shared an excerpt from my newest book, Wisdom from Women in the Bible. I’m so excited about this book, because it represents my heart for the Biblical principles of leadership. The excerpt was from the story of Ruth, a courageous and caring woman who made decisions that changed her life [...]

Wisdom from Women in the Bible by: John C. Maxwell

Wisdom from Women in the Bible by: John C. Maxwell This week I’m excited about the release of my latest book, Wisdom from Women in the Bible. Like my two other Giants of the Bible books, it’s written in a narrative form, but it’s still filled with the things that I’ve learned from each featured Biblical character. This time, I [...]

Learn to Change: “You Are Here” By: John C. Maxwell

“You Are Here” By: John C. Maxwell Are YOU Ready for CHANGE? Follow my mentor John C. Maxwell's advice, and you will be better prepared for needed change! “If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?” Have you ever been asked that question? Most of us have. And what’s interesting is that I’ve never met a [...]

Speaking & Walking with Giants by: John C. Maxwell

 Walking with Giants by: John C. Maxwell In 2010 I got the opportunity to speak at Joyce Meyer’s Love Life Women’s Conference. Joyce and I are good friends, and I’ve often appeared on her television show. On this day I chose to talk about how to live a fulfilling life, and about the importance of attitude. When I got up [...]