What Drives Your Dreams?

by Michele Corbett In the world of giving career advice, we tell people to follow their dreams – to create a vision, set goals around it, and just do it. We ask people about their passion, their interests, their deep down desires. Two of my favorite questions to ask are, “What keeps you up late [Read More…]

A Warning for Self-Serving Leaders

Ezekiel 34:1-10 Human one, prophesy against Israel’s shepherds. Prophesy and say to them, The LORD God proclaims to the shepherds: Doom to Israel’s shepherds who tended themselves! Shouldn’t shepherds tend the flock? You drink the milk, you wear the wool, and you slaughter the fat animals, but you don’t tend the flock. (CEB) Ezekiel 34:2-3 [Read More…]

[VIDEO] Faithful in a Little

What do you do when there’s a gap between your gifts and talents and the dream you haven’t yet been able to realize? It’s not uncommon to hear statements from workers like, “I don’t have the opportunity to do what I do best everyday,” or, “I don’t have opportunities at work to learn and grow.” [Read More…]

Bono’s Three Rules for Career Reinvention

By Stephen Martin. I recently saw a photo of Bono, famed front man of Irish rock band U2, celebrating his 53rd birthday. Later that same year, he had more reason to rejoice with the expected release of U2’s 13th album. Which made me wonder: How is it that U2, which formed in 1976, is not only still around [Read More…]