My own life is a case in point for this video. I recorded this video three months ago and then life happened. After taking a doctorate class on organizational leadership plus everything else, I really did not have any time to work on this video… … a video on being too busy!
Combine a love for God and His mission, strategy and tactics along with visuals and you get Strategy Sketchnotes! Check out these videos and blogs that talk about ministry, productivity, and leadership.
Sketches & Videos
The most recent video I made, The Empowerment Escalator, talks about the importance of empowerment. I don’t know why I find reading books about military strategy so fascinating. Perhaps it is because poor leadership can literally be a life-and-death decision. Recently I read about a fascinating battle that was a true-to-life illustration of this principle. […]
] This video explores the range when it comes to how much we try to control our people. I couldn’t help but make it a little fun with cute drawings and tongue-in-cheek flavor. For a team exercise, show this video to your team and discuss what each person’s style is. One way to process is […]
Leaders always have too much to do! There are so many aspects of delegation that could be addressed, but here is a simple way to think generally about how to maximize the levels of people under you as much as possible. I realize not everyone has someone to delegate to, and if this is your case, this […]
Life gets busy, work becomes overloaded, and it can be challenging to know where to focus. This video talks about an exercise you can use to process all that you do that you can spend the future doing what you do best. After I reflected using this method, it began a long journey to discern what […]
Here are some thoughts about how to help the team you lead succeed. We look at some factors that lead to team member satisfaction. There’s a helpful tool that you can use as a team exercise too! Please “like” if you find it helpful! #2 – Leadership Strategy Sketchnotes: Happy Thriving Followers SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave
I love creative approaches to reading the Bible and connecting with God, and recently learned about the Inspire Bible. It is a Bible created for those who enjoy drawing/journaling in their Bibles. One feature that makes this Bible different is you can color in it too! Adult coloring books are all the rage now and […]
With my latest drawing kick, one of the things I decided to do to help me stay focused while listening to sermons is doing graphic note-taking. This has been a fun and creative way to listen to sermons and jot down things I want to remember too.
During my devotional times, I read a chapter of the Bible and take notes on what I read, in a visual manner. I’m posting them here because it’s interesting to see the progression of how the notes have developed.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes my daily devotional times of reading the Word are dry and stale. Recently I felt like my times reading the Bible had just become a mechanical task to check off my list. Ask me a few hours later what I read that morning and I would honestly have […]
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