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FAITH-INFUSED PERFORMANCE AND LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Here’s a Humble Challenge: Aspire to Honor your Creator by Becoming Exceptional
Philosopher Albert Camus once said, “Life is the sum of all your choices.” All of the small decisions we make accumulate and coalesce to form the story of our lives. Equally importantly, all of our decisions spill over into the lives of those we come into contact with (particularly those closest to us). Our actions will impact and influence those we lead in a profound way. We must never lose sight of this, and we must use it to our advantage in order to consciously advance the lives of those we are fortunate enough to influence.
We all have a story, and each of our stories is unique. If you’re anything like me, your story likely involves pain, disappointment, compromised values, and maybe even broken promises (to yourself and others). Fortunately, your future is a story still yet to be written, and your potential is limitless!
If you keep doing what you’ve been doing, you’ll keep getting what you’ve been getting. True joy comes when you play full-out and push yourself to the brink. You’ll probably have more failures this way, but you’ll be more fulfilled and ultimately have more self-respect. One of my favorite quotes comes from Mark Twain: “Twenty years from now you’ll be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do, than by the ones you did.” I think if we contemplate this, it rings true in all of our lives.
What I desire most is to serve you in a way that will move you as quickly as possible
to a life of meaning, mission, and Mastery in all aspects.
The pathway from where you are now to where you want to be is through learning, experience, and applied knowledge.
Short of a literal apprenticeship, the best method to address all three of these aspects is through Mentorship.
I’m making a strategic effort to provide this resource as a premier tool for unlimited mentorship. All content will be highly relevant and actionable for students, leaders, entrepreneurs, and high-performers.
Leadership is primarily about doing the right things when they need to be done.
When I speak of leadership, I am addressing it in the broadest sense.
It begins internally with self-leadership. This phase of leadership involves things like getting your morning workout or Bible study in when you’d rather sleep, or catching up on your reading rather than channel surfing.
From self-leadership, you progress to leadership of others. This phase is done most effectively by example, positive influence, and service. While the mediocre do their best to cut corners whenever possible, leaders like you do their best work on the extra mile.