finishing well

Ten Reasons Leaders (and anyone for that matter) Don't Finish Well


I don't know who the original creator of this image is, you can find it at many places on the internet. My gratitude to the creative individual behind the image.

I can't tell you enough how much I have been influenced by J. Robert Clinton (i.e. Bobby Clinton, and no relationship to a "power couple" in the USA). Bobby Clinton was in the Fuller School of World Missions, where his focus was on leadership. He is a prolific author, although his books are not easy reading. They are loaded with complex systems of development, filled with a terminology that must be grasped, and not especially well-written. However - they are priceless in their content and well worth the time to gather the substance and wisdom on every page.

When Evangelical Superstars Fall

And How We Should Think and Respond
Hint - It Needs to be a Lot Better Than Current Practice...

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The Top Ten Leadership Lessons From Jay Leno


Jay Leno leaves the Tonight Show on topFrom time to time I watch some of the late (and later) night comedians. I actually like several of them and dislike several of them. I never like crude jokes, but clever, witty, irony, puns... Jay Leno has always been a favorite. I like Letterman quite a bit as well. Leno just finished (for the second time) at NBC. I found myself reflecting quite a bit on the leadership lessons I saw in Leno, the leadership failures at NBC, and also the nature of change that is upon the networks when it comes to the younger generation of viewers. Which is where Jimmy Fallon comes in.

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