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Leading with Questions – In Work

We’ve been talking about leading with questions. You can read the first two posts here and here. Today we’re going to talk about what this looks like in a work setting. I work in an organization that has a great culture towards professional coaching. This isn’t just something that we say, it’s implemented on a ground level. The best example I have to give you a picture of this is (more…)

Pat Green at Johnny’s Outback

Some friends envied us out tonight to see Pat Green in Salado. He’s a talented entertainer and it was a great time to get out with some friends who we really enjoy spending time with.
Before the show started. The crowd getting amped up.

Pat opening.

Fun with Trevangela.

Leading with Questions – In Church

Last week we talked about the need to lead with questions. You can read that here. Have you ever had one of those conversations that changes everything? How did it go? Were you expecting that? I know the conversations that were most impactful to me were (more…)

Sips N’ Sweets

We went to a new soda shop in Belton last weekend during a family day out.
Mmmm….Peanut Butter cookie that tasted like a Reese’s. The soda was a Dr. Pepper with coconut and cream. #yum
The whole family enjoying our food.

Soooo good. :)

Have some ice cream daddy. :)

Leading with Questions

Over years of leading others, I’ve found it’s helpful to have a list of questions that are always asked in a given situation. In both coaching and mentoring contexts I have a specific (more…)