Global Leadership Summit 2014 Highlights – Day Two

Learning continuously is important for effective leadership in any arena--church, business, non-profits, family, etc.  My wife [her blog on learning and leadership] and I have the privilege the past two days to attend the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit live stream from Orlando.  Here are some of Day Two highlights. #GLS14 Joseph Grenny @josephgrenny Co-Founder,... Continue Reading →

how do you want to be remembered?

Just came from a weekend memorial service for my dad. Terry has a touching and insightful post about his life that makes me reflect on my own life in different areas. Check it out. #leavealegacy

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Bob Morgan memorialHow do I want to be remembered when I die? Not something I think about very often… or want to.

However, attending a memorial service this past weekend caused me to think about things that I am often too busy to consider.

My father-in-law died a few weeks ago (about one year after his beloved wife, Nancy) and we gathered for a very special time with family and friends to share stories, hugs, tears, and time together. Meals, music, and memories filled the days. We remembered Bob as family, friend, coach, and faithful husband.

Bob’s life did not begin easily. His father deserted the family when Bob was young, and Bob ran the streets unsupervised with his “river rats” pals. There are plenty of stories about their escapades and mischief… and probably some that still remain untold! Bob
credited the Marines and basketball for turning his life around, teaching him the discipline, values, and commitments that characterized…

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What needs your energy this next month?

The Olympic athletes have planned and trained for years to compete in London 2012.  The winners receive a medal; those who don't earn gold, silver or bronze still make memories and life-long friends.  Isn't it just as important to win in our lives and marriage?  This also requires some planning, training and intentionality. Before this... Continue Reading →

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