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Eliminate friction!! That’s the goal most of us have when it comes to leading a team, or a church, or a company. But what if friction is actually the key to getting things moving in the right direction. I’m currently in the thick of learning from Todd Herman’s 90 Day Achievement Engine, and he keeps dropping […]

Every Church Staff Team Needs a Little Bit of Friction was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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One of the more common questions I get to address with pastors and church leaders that I’m coaching is this: what’s the difference between a mission statement and a vision statement? The answer depends on who you’re talking to, to some degree, but here’s my take… To re-cap: Your church’s mission is unchanging. It was set by […]

The Difference Between a Church's Mission and a Church's Vision was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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People who are successful generally have goals. People who aren’t, don’t. Study after study proves this. But as James Clear recently wrote on his blog, Warren Buffet actually recommends you have two lists. His recommendation is simple. Make a list of the top twenty-five things you want to accomplish. Then, circle the five most vital. […]

Warren Buffet Says You Need TWO Big Lists was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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168. That’s it. You and I have exactly the same amount of time. Rich or poor, young or old, we each get 168 hours in a week’s time. With some of that, we need to rest, or we’ll get fewer total weeks in our short lives. With some of that time, we need to spend […]

You Can't Get More Time, But You Can Expand Your Capacity was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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Are you busy? Of course you are! That’s life. It’s life for most of us, anyway. As a matter of fact, we love to boast in our busyness… all the way down to utter burnout! I believe that most of us can do more, need to do less, and that it’s possible to do more […]

The Myth of Multitasking and the Power of Focus was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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John Maxwell says, “Most people don’t lead their life. They accept their life.” Here’s a question for you. Is there actually a difference between mediocrity and misery? I think we sometimes believe a lie – namely, that coasting is neither good, nor bad. It’s just neutral. But neutral is miserable, isn’t it? Yet, most of the men […]

4 Vital Steps to LEAD an Amazing, Abundant Life was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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When I served as a Pastor at Saddleback Church, one of the things that impressed me most about the church was the hiring requirement Pastor Rick Warren laid down: If you haven’t been through pain, you’re not ready to be on staff at Saddleback Church. Pastor Rick understood the power of a broken heart. Andy […]

Great Leadership Often Starts with a Broken Heart was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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No, this is not a post about the loss of our religious freedom – it’s a reflection on a quote I’ve looked at many times since I first wrote it down about nine years ago at a conference on preaching… If you think the gathering of biblical facts and standing up with a Bible in […]

Boring Preaching Is A Crime! 7 Ways to Be Interesting was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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For about a decade and a half of my life as a pastor, I spent a lot of time focusing on being a better church leader. I read books and articles about vision, about church growth methodologies, and about leadership in hopes that I could perform my way into success the way I thought success […]

5 Arenas of Pastoral Leadership was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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Jesus made it clear that desiring to be a great leader is a good thing, but we must change our approach to greatness in leadership. Ultimately, great leadership is about serving other people.

Great Leadership is Always About Serving Other People was originally posted at Brandon Cox.

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