Now, that got your attention, didn’t it? But seriously. I really do have something to get off my chest…
…I’m not as smart as I like to pretend.
Wow, that felt really great to admit.
How many websites have you landed on where experts claim to have all the answers to your problems? With some well-crafted copy and a clever introductory offer, they rope you in and get you to register. I’ve wasted a fair amount of money and time on sites like those, too, so don’t feel bad. You’re normal.
For nearly 30 years, I’ve been privileged to influence people as a husband, father, pastor, author, communicator, and leader. Along the way, I’ve made a some serious missteps and mistakes, which will be very cathartic for me to share (it will be kind of like therapy for me and free coaching for you).
But I’ve also gained some insights over the last three decades and tripped into some messy success stories that I’m excited to reveal. The greatest one has become the sole focus of my life and leadership…
…It’s all about relationships. Period.
And you can’t argue otherwise.
I’ve attended more how-to seminars and read more self-help books than I can count. At the end of the day, here’s what I’ve learned—potential is released through relationships—everything else is secondary.
Stop seeking information. Start receiving insight. From your home to your vocation to your ministry (and those are three different roles), I can’t wait to share what I’ve learned—not what I pretend to know.