Reflect on your goals daily, weekly, quarterly, and annually.
When you facilitate, make sure your listen, inquire, focus, and encourage.
Facilitate from your heart, from beliefs you have about personal growth.
To help workshop participants learn and apply their learning, meet their needs. Give them support, concrete examples, opportunities to apply their learning, reflection time, and engaging instruction.
Do you want to reduce your frustrations so you can get on with what God's calling you to do? If so, reflecting on these 5 questions can help.
If you want to get more done in less time at work, think about how you can manage yourself more effectively at work.
Before getting organized, make sure you're clear on what being organized means and how being organized can help you more effectively carry out your mission.
How faithfully and effectively do you use your God-given strengths?
If you want to get your goals done, pay attention to them.
Reflecting on 4 questions can help you figure out how much time you should invest in each of your goals.
Make sure you schedule time for your key priorities before you schedule time for other things.
It's important to pursue your God-given calling. Reflecting can help. Here are 7 questions you can reflect on.
Want to increase your effectiveness? Do right things, then do things right.
The point is not to have goals. The point is to achieve goals. To achieve your goals, take 4 steps: pray, put, take, and reflect.
God calls us to manage ourselves within the time He gives us, not to manage time.