As the story goes, Picasso was walking though the market one day when a woman spotted him. She stopped the artist, pulled out a piece of paper and said, “Mr. Picasso, I am a fan […]
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There’s plenty of books, websites, and leadership resources that talk about the importance of encouragement. As Goethe said in 1768, “Instruction does much, but encouragement everything.” The following example comes from Phil Cooke who is […]
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Is a person whose memory is often presented in a kind of secularised version. It would be no exaggeration to say that Dr. King is presented as one of the heroic crusaders […]
I think in our churches today it is imperative that we have a culture of raising and releasing our own and not rejecting our own.
In recent years much has been said about not needing the title “leader” to be a leader. You don’t have to be the “Director” or “Manager” or whatever that title is at your organisation to […]
Decades before Makoto (“Mako”) Fujimura became America’s most successful evangelical fine artist — and even longer before he advised Martin Scorsese on the director’s new movie, Silence — an unplanned turn down a darkened museum […]
According to studies cited in Timothy D Wilsons book ReDirect-Changing the stories we live by, there are three ingredients that contribute more than anything else to human happiness. I have commented on all three below […]