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Parenting Insight: S-L-O-W Can Be G-O-O-D During Change

January 11, 2016
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Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths. “Mom, you are taking F-O-R-E-V-E-R to decide!” As you’re considering different options for your child, others around you may be forced to wait. And they may not be happy about it. But there may be a good reason why God has wired…

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Insight: Can Your Team Blend to Go Both Fast and Deep?

September 1, 2015
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Insights are short, biblical truths to equip you to lead from your strengths. How a Team’s Strengths Blend in Quick-Moving Circumstances Think of a time when things changed quickly for you. Maybe it was a news report … a telephone call … an accident … a life-changing event … If you look carefully, you’ll notice…

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Different By Design, Part 5: Managing Change Together

September 29, 2014
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How Do You and Your Spouse Pass the Baton to One Another? Do you plan for change, taking a logical, systematic approach to working your way through tasks? Or maybe you allow change to drive your plans. As life events enter your world you get excited and move into a new activity spontaneously. Chances are…

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FAQs: The Energy Line on the Strengths Charts

July 15, 2014
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How It Works and What It Shows 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, arranged horizontally. They reveal your strengths in four areas:…

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Devotional: Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 1

April 15, 2014
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“Let’s Go” or “Let’s Make a Plan.” Which Are You? Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths to Manage Change, Part 1 Jesus’ last days on earth can give powerful lessons about the value of different strengths in solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. During His last meal with His disciples, a conversation…

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Ways a Certified Practitioner Can Help You, Part 3

March 17, 2014
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Four Ways You Are Unique Third in a series explaining how Certified Practitioners help you process profiles Your Leading From Your Strengths Profiles presents four areas of strengths in which you are unique: solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. Each person operates within these four areas each day. They are inescapable. A…

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Transitions, Part 4: Managing Change

April 16, 2013
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Race or Slow Pace? Two Ways to go about Managing Change Change is a constant for your team. Like other transitions a team faces (such as processing information and solving problems), your team members manage change in radically different ways. As a team conducts ministry, it passes through four inescapable transitions – movements or changes…

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