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Words to Lead By with Linda Parkhouse

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In this episode, I share some thoughts around the idea that God is sometimes so done with things we do or think. As we approach the future, it’s time to think about what to leave behind, what to retool and what to make new. 0:42 God is NOT done
Leading others is fun and will push us all to grow internally if we let it. Based on Luke chapter one and other passages talked about in this podcast, how will you choose to live your days? Will you live in fear of the enemy of your soul? Will
I’ve spent months in a bit of a funk and without creative energy. Today, though, let’s look at Psalm 19. In this podcast, I encourage you to look at the list of benefits there are if you obey what God says and ask Him what one change you could
We are all in the nowhere between two somewheres, aren’t we? We are looking at a new and different world and the future isn’t clear for most of us. We can tell the changes we’ve experienced will change the future, but we can’t see with clarity
All of us communicate change at different times in our life. Today I am focusing on two important principles that will make the results of your communication more fruitful.
As we live our lives, let’s keep the perspective of heaven and hope in God. Let’s live every day listening for God’s quiet nudges and assignments and carry them out quickly. Let’s pay attention to the goodness of God and let Him be our refuge i
God is with us. Are we looking for Him? Are we grateful? Do we have a friendship with Him? Are we listening for His voice? Are we obeying the quiet prompts to call someone, send a meal, send a text. Those acts of kindness are God-inspired.
During this global pandemic we need hope, but not the kind we talk of when we say, “I hope you get better,” or “I hope I don’t get sick.” God offers us and anchor in heaven during this storm.
I have learned much from a book by William Bridges called Transitions. In this podcast, I’m going to share the key points of his work and how they apply to us.
Who do you have the most difficulty listening to? Do you lead a team that digresses into competition and verbal sparring? Apply these principles of listening with humility and let me know what God does for you in it.
For organizations and for people, knowing what we value drives our outcomes. They show up in how we treat ourselves and others, what we buy or don’t buy, what we watch online, and what news services we follow.
When we know where we want to end up, we make choices through life that move us to that destination. Do you know what you value in life? Do you know what you want people to say about you when you die?
When we experience the pain of life our enemy tells us we have no choice, that we just have to be a victim or a survivor. But we do have a choice. Let's choose life!
We need times of stillness to explore our feelings, our joys, our disappointments, our purpose, and our dreams.
In order for us to be leaders people love to follow, we need to let go of pride and insecurity and the contempt they breed. We need to have an honest understanding of our strengths AND weaknesses. When we do our leadership will be marked by con
We all need friendships with trusted people to defeat loneliness.
Leadership means we take risks. Sometimes those risks are "dumb" and sometimes they're calculated. I've done both. Have a listen.
You are worth pursuing and worth building into. We all need mentors and even mothers. I hope through this podcast to be present for you. I plan to speak life into your journey, pull from my experiences the good things and the struggles so you c
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