If you lead volunteers of any kind, it is a universal truth that you are always in need of more volunteers. I have never met a leader who would say they have more than enough volunteers. Those open slots on your roster can become paralyzing. I’ve been there. It is easy to believe the lie that […]
Imagine yourself at the end of a crazy work week. You are sitting there with your to-do list, and there is a lot more “to do” then has been “to done”. It’s decision time. You just can’t get it all done. Something is going to have to drop. What is it? How do you choose?
We’ve all been there. In those moments we decide to drop the things our boss or family won’t notice. It is not that we’re comfortable with that. It’s just the truth. We drop whatever we feel like we can and move on. Then in two weeks, it happens again and maybe we make a different choice or just pray that no one noticed you dropped another spinning plate. Continue reading “Art of Dropping Plates”