Posts Tagged ‘Michael Hyatt’

This is a call to all dads out there to take a moment and work on your leadership practices in the home!

Make sure to go to Michael Hyatt’s blog today and read the guest post by Dave Stone who is the Pastor of one of the largest church’s in the country, Southeast Christian Church. He is the author of, Building Family Ties with Faith, Love and Laughter. You can also register to win a free copy of the book.

Go read!

Then go lead!

At home!

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Marcus Buckingham

  • Standout

Michael Hyatt

  • Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World

Patrick Lencioni

  • The Advantage

Bernie Marcus

  • Built from Scratch

Urban Meyer

  • Urban’s Way: Urban Meyer, the Florida Gators, and His Plan to Win

Mark Sanborn

  • Up, Down, or Sideways

Andy Stanley

  • Enemies of the Heart
  • The Principle of the Path
  • When Work and Family Collide

Soledad O’Brien

  • The Next Big Story: My Journey Through the Land of Possibilities

Truett Cathy

  • Wealth, Is It Worth It?

Sheena Iyengar

  • The Art of Choosing

Laura Ling

  • Somewhere Inside: One Sister’s Captivity North Korea and the Other’s Fight to Bring Her Home

John Maxwell

  • The Five Levels of Leadership
  • The 360 Degree Leader

Tim Tebow

  • Through My Eyes

General Hugh Shelton

  • Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior

Jeremie Kubicek

  • Leadership is Dead/Making Leadership Come Alive
  • Humble for President

If you want to take your leadership to the next level watch this video and download the free e-book by Michael Hyatt.

He has put together a great free tool for you to take your life to a new level if you will follow his prescription.

The title of the book is, “Creating Your Personal Life Plan”. The book is born out of his life experience and coaching he received at a critical point in his life when he found himself with a life out of balance and in need of recalibrating. At that point in his life he was living a reactionary life style vs. an intentional life style. He had the look of being successful on the outside with a career on the rise but a look beneath the surface there was a man who was working too many hours and endangering his health with the frantic life style.

He made a wise decision to ask for help and coaching and what he learned and has experienced he now freely shares with all of us so that we may benefit from his journey.

He rightly states that “most people spend more time planning a one week vacation than they planning do their life.”

Take a look…

Here is the link: http://michaelhyatt.com/life-plan