Servant Leaders Needed!

We are all leaders in some area of our lives. It could be at work, in our church, in our social groups, or in our homes. No matter the location, there are common principles required to be effective in all of them.

When we hire someone new to our organization, we train them to be a good technician. If they are among our best technicians, we promote them to leadership. Here’s where the breakdown begins… we trained them to be a technician; we tend to forget to train them to be leaders. This leads to people-problems, profit-loss, and a reduction in productivity.

We all understand the “carrot and sticks” approach to leadership and tend to use more sticks than carrots because everyone understands the uses of sticks—no training is needed. However, everyone’s carrot is different. If we would lead people and not just drive them, we have to get to know them—to understand what a carrot looks like to each of them. We have to treat them as we want to be treated. We have to know who is served in every decision we make.

A leader helps people and organizations reach their full potential… to reach their goals. Let me help you raise up the Servant-Leaders your organization needs to thrive.

Personal Rosary

In the rosary, we meditate on the mysteries of Christ and His mother. The Virgin Mary shares in the joy of His coming and the suffering of His passion and death. She is present in the major moments of His life and was raised to join Him in glory at her passing. The rosary is a reflection on His life in Scripture, her life of absolute faithfulness, and our own lives imitating them in communion with His Bride, the Church.

This book is a collection of personal prayers for deeper meditation on the mysteries. Where The Scriptural Rosary follows the life of Christ in Scripture, The Personal Rosary meditates on our lives following Him. As we pray to “imitate what [these mysteries] contain”, we focus our meditation on how we can take up our crosses in daily sacrificial love for God and one another.

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Love and Fear

Every action begins with a thought. Every thought leads to a goal.

Negative emotions are generally manifestations of fear

Overcome negative emotions with positive actions and attitudes

The power of love as a primary motivation

Recognize the love and fear driving every decision

Overcoming Adversity

Failure isn’t fatal: Problems can be the beginning of new opportunities

Seize opportunities: Demonstrate resilience and integrity

The greater the challenge, the greater the glory

Success isn’t automatic: Keep moving forward

Power in Servant Leadership

Focus on the mission: Be purpose-driven

Share the vision: Communication is essential

Take care of your people: Leaders need followers and followers need leaders

Empower your people: Develop your people and cheer their success

Build on Success: Keep moving forward

Power of Faith

You’re not the center of the universe: You have neither the world on your shoulders nor at your feet

Recognize God’s perspective: We are all sinners in need of salvation

Who are you worshiping? (God, neighbor, wealth, community)

Am I at Church to worship God or be seen by others?

Did I choose a Church to serve God or because I want something from the community?

Trust God’s plan and be patient with Him

Defeating the Culture of Death

The world fears overpopulation. God says “be fruitful and multiply.”

Christ has overcome the world and Christians are His Hands and Feet

The Church must oppose evil in all manifestations

Opposing evil in public policy means taking a position on candidates and parties advocating for evil

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