Tagged with Bill Hybels

Navigating by stars?

Navigating by stars?

Not so long ago I was faced with a choice.  An attractive offer, in some senses, I suppose.  And it came with a large side order of encouragement. But I said no. I said no without needing to think.  My brain engaged only concerning how to communicate the why of this no.  How to do … Continue reading

Leadership axioms

I’ve really enjoyed reading Hybels’ book ‘Axiom’.  But I did think what an easy book it was for him to write and publish.  It got me thinking about writing my own book in this style. Still, I don’t suppose I could publish quite so easily as Hybels.  He has the benefit of years of wisdom … Continue reading

Working with tens in real life

Why is it that when you read or write about something in the hypothetical, God brings it straight into lived experience for you?! The other day I met a level seven or eight leader (I’m assuming I’m a 5 – which could be an overstatement!).  There’s no way I’m likely to be working with this … Continue reading

Hiring tens

I’ve been reading Bill Hybels’ book of leadership axioms lately.  (I’ve just resisted the urge to footnote that or even to give you its proper title.  I figure you could look this one up yourself!)  There’s loads in there that I need to learn from and I could write pages about them.  So you’ll be … Continue reading