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10 ways for leaders to get adequate sleep

Sleep is an important priority, and a must on a leader’s to-do list.
  Charles Stone

Take time to reflect

Here are 10 questions to use as a guide to understand what’s working and what’s not in life and leadership.
  Caroline Mendez

3 critical life lessons I learned from unplugging

I discovered the world did not come to an end because I stepped away to spend time —real time—with the people I love most in this world.
  Mark Deterding

Have you overlooked this key to communication?

The next time you’re in a conversation, try one or two of these ideas and see what happens.
  Charles Stone

Are you getting a wake-up call?

The Holy Spirit may be trying to get our attention.
  Caroline Mendez

The power of blessing

Leaders have enormous power at their disposal.
  Richard Blackaby

When your identity is wrapped up in your ministry

My identity has too often been tied to the successes or failures of the ministries that I lead—and too frequently in unhealthy ways.
  Ed Stetzer

5 powerful benefits of confident leadership

Is your influence positive or negative and having a high or low impact?
  Joseph Lalonde

How I recharge in the midst of demanding responsibilities

Your soul is like a battery that discharges each time you give life away, and it needs to be recharged regularly.
  Wayne Cordeiro

A dire question to ask daily

Recently, I began asking loved ones and those in ministry this important question.
  Kim Niles

7 personality traits of effective leaders

What does it take to be effective?
  Thom Rainer

When a leader spirals downward

What contributes to a downward spiral and what must we do to pull out of one?
  Charles Stone

When disagreements don’t really matter

Christians bicker and fight over some of the most insignificant issues.
  Bob Russell

While on vacation, do these 3 work-related things

It’s summer and sometimes that calls for seeking relaxation.
  Mark MacDonald

Are you a problem-solver?

Viewing leaders as problem-solvers leads to a new perspective on the world.
  Richard Blackaby

Is your mouth a weapon or a blessing?

As a Christ follower, we know that our mouths speak what is in our hearts.
  Caroline Mendez

Stop using the “B” word

Does it ever feel like all of your daily activity gets you nowhere?
  Todd Hopkins

Caring for the leaders who cared for us

We can carelessly forget those who made genuine contributions to our lives and erase their memory from our minds as they age because they inconvenience us.
  Bob Russell

The power of “I can’t”

How we relate to God and how we then operate from an identity defined by the Gospel radically alters how we lead.
  Mike Sharrow

5 tips for improving team creativity

Because our world changes so rapidly, we must constantly seek to generate new God-prompted ideas.
  Charles Stone

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O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water.
Psalm 63:1 (ESV)
Joseph Lalonde

Joseph Lalonde is an award-winning leadership blogger and hosted the Answers From Leadership podcast. He desires …

Tom Harper

Tom Harper is publisher of BiblicalLeadership.com and CEO of Networld Media Group, the site's parent …