Archive | July, 2011

Please Visit My New Site

If you are visiting this site, let me begin by saying “Thank You!”.  You will notice it has not been updated in awhile. That is because we relaunched the site at http://www.BrianDoddOnLeadership.com.  Please click on the link and enjoy the new updated posts.

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What Churches Need To Know About What Women Want

Thank you for visiting BrianDoddOnLeadership.com.  This site has moved to a self-hosted one.  Therefore, if you have not re-subscribed to the new site as of yet, please take the journey with me by clicking here.  Now on with my latest post that has become a personal favorite of mine. Leaders love learning.  They have an […]

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7 Habits Of Highly Successful Churches Who Develop Young Leaders

Thank you for visiting BrianDoddOnLeadership.com.  This site has moved to a self-hosted one.  Therefore, if you have not re-subscribed to the new site, please take the journey with me by clicking here.  Now on with my latest post that has become a personal favorite of mine. This week my 12-year-old daughter participated in Fellowship Bible […]

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The Most Important Thing That A Leader Can Give To Others

AnxietyMatters.com states 13% of the population suffer from an anxiety disorder at any given time. People have a difficult time sleeping at night. They toss and turn worrying about their jobs, homes, marriages, economy, aging parents, the future, their eternities, etc… We live in a frightened world. When I walk down the street or through […]

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How To Know A Good Opportunity When You See One

As leaders, one of the things we all hope to have is options. Options provide the following: The sense of not being boxed in. The ability to do what is best for your family. The ability to say “No”. Leverage during negotiations. A growth track. Perks. Creative freedom. Financial opportunity. But how do you know […]

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The Comforting Words Of A Daughter

“You won’t hurt me.  You love me.”  Those seven words make up two of my favorite all-time sentences.  The reason is because several years ago when my daughter was three years old, I asked her to trust me and do something.  As only little girls can, she looked up at me, smiled, and gently said those precious words.  I have to admit that […]

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The Incredible Power And Potential Of An Imbalanced Life

I am looking at many aspects of leadership differently today.  One of things I am viewing through a different lens if the difference between a balanced, broad-based skill set vs. an imbalanced approach of focusing all your efforts in only doing a few things well.  If I were forced to choose, I am advising young leaders to take the imbalanced approach. An imbalanced life allows […]

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