Prioritize Your “How?”–Multiplication

“Instead of achieving linear growth by adding new resources, you can more efficiently extract the capability of your people and watch growth skyrocket. Leaders rooted in the logic of multiplication believe:
• Most people in organizations are underutilized.
• All capability can be leveraged with the right kind of leadership.
• Therefore, intelligence and capability can be multiplied without requiring a bigger investment.”
—Liz Wiseman, Multipliers, p. 29

In Genesis 1:28, God gives us the cultural mandate to “Be fruitful and multiply.” I love how the picture of a father and mother multiplying themselves in sons and daughters ultimately points us to our spiritual calling. Read more

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Prioritize Your “How?”–Focus

In our last article, we introduced how we use a progression of steps that build on one another in order to pursue our Why.

Today, I’d like to share another thought by Gary Keller, in his book The One Thing. It’s the concept of Focus.

Mark Twain once said, “The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret to getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks and then starting on the first one.” Read more

Prioritize Your “How?”–Sequence

Those who know me best know that I am a huge Denver Broncos fan. And for those who know the NFL, you know that the Broncos just hired a new coaching staff this offseason. Having a whole new coaching staff, combined with extremely inexperienced quarterbacks, means that there is a lot of building that needs to take place this offseason.

One important part of building a strong, cohesive team is to strategically plan your path in sequence. Fundamentals of footwork and throwing mechanics come before executing a fully developed game plan on Sunday. There is a logical sequence of team building that happens over time. Read more