Author: John C. Maxwell
Publisher: HarperCollins Leadership
Release Date: 2007-04-01
Genre: Business & Economics
Are some people born to achieve anything they want while others struggle? Call them lucky, blessed, or possessors of the Midas touch. What is the real reason for their success? Is it family background, wealth, greater opportunities, high morals, an easy childhood? New York Times best-selling author John C. Maxwell has the answer: The difference between average people and achieving people is their perception of and response to failure. Most people are never prepared to deal with failure. Maxwell says that if you are like him, coming out of school, you feared it, misunderstood it, and ran away from it. But Maxwell has learned to make failure his friend, and he can teach you to do the same. "I want to help you learn how to confidently look the prospect of failure in the eye and move forward anyway," says Maxwell. "Because in life, the question is not if you will have problems, but how you are going to deal with them. Stop failing backward and start failing forward!"
ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOK The attitude that people have when they face failure is one of the traits that determine success in their lives and projects. What makes a winner triumph is to know how to turn failure into an opportunity to learn and develop a path towards identified goals. These are the central ideas developed by John C. Maxwell in this book. He presents a series of extremely educational and descriptive steps that will allow changing perspectives in the face of a failure, and then redirecting these efforts towards success. The fundamental thing in life is to learn to learn from obstacles, and then to overcome them. The characteristic style of the author and his practical content make this work a best seller in sales. Criticism is normal, and taking it well helps leaders and businessmen, as well as for anyone who aspires to a successful life.-ABOUT SAPIENS EDITORIALBooks are mentors. Books can guide what we do and our lives. Many of us love books while reading them and maybe they will echo with us a few weeks after but 2 years later we cant remember if we have read it or not. And thats a shame. We remember that at that time, the book meant a lot to us. Why is it that 2 years later we have forgotten everything? Thats not good.This summary is taken from the most important themes of the original book.Most people dont like books. People just want to know what the book says they have to do. If you trust the source you dont need the arguments. So much of a book is arguing its points, but often you dont need the argument if you trust the source you can just get the point.This summary takes the effort to distill the blahs into themes for the people who are just not going to read the whole book. All this information is in the original book.
ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOK The attitude that people have when they face failure is one of the traits that determine success in their lives and projects. What makes a winner triumph is to know how to turn failure into an opportunity to learn and develop a path towards identified goals. These are the central ideas developed by John C. Maxwell in this book. He presents a series of extremely educational and descriptive steps that will allow changing perspectives in the face of a failure, and then redirecting these efforts towards success. The fundamental thing in life is to learn to learn from obstacles, and then to overcome them. The characteristic style of the author and his practical content make this work a best seller in sales. Criticism is normal, and taking it well helps leaders and businessmen, as well as for anyone who aspires to a successful life.
You're looking for a youth pastor. Again. What goes wrong? Why do youth ministries crumble? And what is the cost to students, parents, volunteers and church staff? Is a sustainable youth ministry possible, even after a youth pastor leaves? Youth ministry expert Mark DeVries knows the answer is yes, because he helps build sustainable youth ministries through his coaching service called Youth Ministry Architects. So take heart: No matter what state the youth ministry at your church is in--in need of a leader and volunteers, full of battles and stress, large or small in number--it can be built to survive and to last for the long haul. Based on his own experience and on his many conversations and interviews with churches in crisis, DeVries pinpoints problems that cause division and burnout and dispels strongly held myths. He then provides the practical tools and structures pastors and church leaders need to lay a strong foundation for your ministry so that it isn't built on a person or the latest, greatest student ministry trend. His accessible guidance helps senior pastors and search committees create a realistic job description for a youth pastor provides tips for making wise hiring decisions equips youth pastors to build a strong volunteer team offers creative solutions to help youth pastors set and keep boundaries gives a road map for navigating church politics and more Building a sustainable youth ministry is not easy, and it's not quick. But with commitment to the process, hard work and DeVries's guidance, you can put together a healthy youth ministry--one that fits your church and lasts for the long haul. Youth ministry can last. Here's how.
Author: Vincent Keele
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Release Date: 2015-09-22
This book is for anyone who is serious about achieving a high level of success in their business and lives. This is not some magic pill or fantasy o good to be true book. The principles and laws in this book require your attention and are proven to get you result, if you do your part. This information I’m going to be sharing with you, I have been able to overcome the trap and find success in my business and in my personal life. I truly believe that if you apply this information to your business and personal lives, you as well will achieve all that you hope to.
Author: John C. Maxwell
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
Release Date: 2011-03-17
Genre: Business & Economics
The Maxwell Daily Reader draws its unique power from an ageless truth: the heart of leadership is created through actions, put into practice one day at a time. Each entry delivers a powerful leadership principle, ready for real-world practice. Featuring timeless wisdom from fourteen of John C. Maxwell's (New York Times best-selling author) leadership books, this is a must have for any Maxwell fan or the perfect gift to introduce others to his writing.
Book Summary Explore the gifts presented by Jim Stovall in his book The Ultimate Gift by using the lens of experiential learning. See how to apply these gifts to everyday living by using experiential games to simulate real-world situations and have fun in the process. Learn how to magnify the gifts offered in this book via hands-on experience to help reinforce the lessons learned.
Author: Thomas Nelson
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: 2000-10-10
Drawing on the wisdom of insightful leaders around the country, Josh McDowell's Youth Ministry Handbook equips youth workers to help kids connect with God--and with their parents, their peers, and a world in need of Christ. Featuring articles from Dawson McAllister, Barry St. Clair, Jim Burns, Tony Campolo, Al Menconi, John Maxwell, George Barna, and others, this is an invaluable leadership resource with practical, useful ideas for today's youth workers.
Author: John C. Maxwell
Publisher: J. Countryman
Release Date: 2004-04-15
From Maxwell's book Success One Day at a Time, key quotes and features are used to create an outstanding journal for graduation, for someone moving toward a new career step, or other gift times. Maxwell directs the reader and journal-writer to recognize that success is a day-to-day creation and reminds them of the key points one must remember to attain that goal...success in life.