Divine appointment or distraction?

Divine appointment or distraction?

Even Jesus got interrupted sometimes. He was on his way to Jerusalem when a crowd slowed him down and a woman touched the hem of his robe. At that point, he had a decision to make. Would he press on to Jerusalem? Or was this a divine appointment? In that case, Jesus...
Blocks of time for priority projects

Blocks of time for priority projects

You can’t get quality work done in little drips. You need larger blocks of time. If you leave your phone one and email open when you’re working on things, you are setting yourself up for constant interruptions. Then you’re spending most of your time trying to get back...
Your ultimate contribution

Your ultimate contribution

When I first became a believer, I used to wonder if God might call me to give up everything and go to India or somewhere. Then I wondered what my response would be if he did call me to do that. Would I obey? Would I give up everything and go to serve him on the...
Coach competency #9: Monitoring

Coach competency #9: Monitoring

This post is part of a series on the 9 competencies of an effective coach, taken originally from Developing Coaching Excellence. To see all entries in this series posted so far, you can search “coach competency” on the main page of my blog.  The strategic competency...
Coach competency #8: Planning

Coach competency #8: Planning

This post is part of a series on the 9 competencies of an effective coach, taken originally from Developing Coaching Excellence. To see all entries in this series posted so far, you can search “coach competency” on the main page of my blog.  The role of a coach is to...
Coach competency #7: Diagnosing

Coach competency #7: Diagnosing

This post is part of a series on the 9 competencies of an effective coach, taken originally from Developing Coaching Excellence. To see all entries in this series posted so far, you can search “coach competency” on the main page of my blog.  Diagnosing brings us into...