A repost, but one I dearly needed to revisit. It can happen to the best leaders. They want results. They want their team to win. They want perfection. But, is that necessary? Is it even possible? At what cost does a leader pursue perfection? Here’s 5 reasons why being obsessed with perfection is not good leadership. And trust me, I need this list more than anyone, as I’ve had to learn this lesson the hard way. It basically put me in the hospital this week…
For some reason, I had a dream about an old girlfriend. It was actually the girl I was dating, before I dated my wife. This led to some great revelations.
I had a crazy dream last night, that led to some truths about my reality today. Continue reading to see what I learned.
My wife unknowingly helped me realize something the other day. I have been suffering from headaches, which directly affect my ability to influence and be effective on any level. Normally when this happens I say it’s because of a lack of sleep or I ate a sugary snack (usually ice cream) right before bed. I then pound Motrin until the headache is gone, which can take a whole day sometimes. My wife asked me a very simple question that was so basic, I was ashamed and grateful at the same time. Ashamed that I didn’t think of it, but grateful that she did. Continue reading to see her question.
Yesterday, I completed the 14 day prayer challenge. There are three things I want to share with everyone. It’s a very effective way to improve your life, 10 minutes a day.
To all the Mother’s of the world who follow Boss In The Middle, Happy Mother’s Day! As a blog dedicated to leadership, we would be remiss to let today go by without acknowledging the leadership contribution of Mother’s.
I prayed yesterday morning and went through my day. It was pretty uneventful, until right before bed. My best friend told me that in general, I am a negative and angry person who has high expectations of others. I am subject to mood swings and nothing anyone does is ever good enough for me. I also complain about everything, everyday. Read on to see what happened after that.
So today, I woke up and prayed. I will be honest and tell you that I did it in bed again and I don’t remember getting a specific word from God. Maybe He didn’t want to talk to me this morning? Maybe I should work on getting out of bed and getting in my “war room”? I did however, decide to focus on two things. Anger & Effort.
God tells us to live without fear. Yet everyone has fear and anxiety. Why? The simple answer is, we are broken humans. So, how can we fix this?
This is going to be short and sweet. I prayed this morning, back in my normal spot at home. It was a very nourishing session of prayer and meditation. God not only spoke to me, but reminded me about a gift He gave me.