The devil is not in the details, but fulfillment of dreams is. Highly successful people have written goals for every key area of their life. A great place to start is your mental “I should” list. What are you neglecting that would be easy to do? Some areas to consider would be: (more…)
It’s hard to find someone these days who will argue against the value of having goals. For the most part everyone will agree goals are essential to achieving success; we have witnessed its value time and again throughout history. There was a point in my life where I did not think my thoughts were worth the ink and paper to write them down, but God gave us the ability to have vision for our lives and even said, “Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Proverbs 29:18).
If you don’t know the story of Nehemiah, very simply put, he worked for a king and found out his hometown, Jerusalem, had been destroyed. He got permission from the king to go back and lead the rebuilding of Jerusalem. In these events are 25 leadership principles Nehemiah applied thousands of years ago that ensured his success. Fortune 100 companies are achieving success today using the same principles – some even introduced as the latest leadership “trend”.