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Two Lies About Your Pastor

January 25, 2016
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“Me – lie about my pastor?” If you’re like most in the church, you are horrified at the thought. None of us likes to think we’re perpetuating untruths about our spiritual leader. But you may be – albeit unwittingly. It happens when you accept commonly-held beliefs without question. Beliefs like … Lie #1: “My pastor…

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Profiles Lead to An Amazing Race in Latin American Ministry

June 20, 2015
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Rich and Elisa Brown with Inca Link use profiles to equip short-term overseas interns As spring turns to summer each year, Rich and Elisa Brown and their Inca Link team in Quito, Ecuador, gear up for an influx of college-age missions workers who participate in The Amazing Race – a short-term missions experience that takes…

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FAQs: Tight Patterns and Neutral Graphs

July 22, 2014
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What Do They Mean? Your Leading From Your Strengths profile report (or your Marriage Insights profile report) includes two personalized charts: your Natural Strengths Chart and your Strengths Movement Chart. These charts are a visual representation of the data compiled from your questionnaire. The charts reveal your strengths in four areas: problem solving, processing information,…

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FAQs: The Strengths Movement Chart

July 8, 2014
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Where Do You Cross the Line? The Strengths Movement Chart is an element included in your Leading From Your Strengths profile report (or your Marriage Insights profile report.) It is visual representation of your natural strengths with an overlay of your adapted strengths in four predictable areas: problem solving, processing information, managing change, facing risk.…

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FAQs: The Strengths Wheel

July 1, 2014
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The Strengths Wheel is a powerful visual tool that plots natural strengths and adaptive strengths. It is included in each Leading From Your Strengths profile report. Your scores are plotted on the wheel as a means for you to identify, at a quick glance, your natural strengths and adaptive strengths. The wheel is especially useful…

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Using the Profiles: Consultant Promotes Profiles Full-Time

June 30, 2014
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  Paul Tepker was serving as chief of staff at a large church in California in 2008 when he stumbled upon the Leading From Your Strengths profiles online. Because he always sought out tools to use for team-building, Paul purchased a profile for himself. The dead-on accurate results were astounding, and Paul decided to use…

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A Map of Your Profile Report, Part 6: Your Adaptive Strengths

June 24, 2014
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Sixth in a series that explains components of the Leading From Your Strengths profiles Leading From Your Strengths (LFYS) Profiles are personalized, detailed 20-page reports which accurately describe your individual habitual patterns of behavior, thought, emotion, and communication. They provide you with sophisticated, objective insights and action steps about your unique strengths – data you…

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A Map of Your Profile Report, Part 1: Your Natural Strengths

May 21, 2014
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First in a series that explains the six areas of the Leading From Your Strengths profile report Leading From Your Strengths (LFYS) Profiles are personalized, detailed 20-page reports which accurately describe your individual habitual patterns of behavior, thought, emotion, and communication. They provide you with sophisticated, objective insights and action steps about your unique strengths…

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Ways a Certified Practitioner Can Help You, Part 5

April 1, 2014
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Now What? 3 Ways To Put Your Profile Data Into Practice Fifth in a series explaining how Certified Practitioners help you process profiles After you receive your Leading From Your Strengths profile assessment and review it with a certified practitioner, you discover your dominant strengths, particularly how you are most likely to respond in typical…

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