A Book I’m Reading – Managing Leadership Anxiety
You Can Learn to Handle the Onslaught of Internal and External Pressures
Does anxiety get in the way of your ability to be an effective leader? Is your inability to notice when you and those around you are anxious keeping you “stuck” in chronic unhealthy patterns? In Managing Leadership Anxiety, pastor and spiritual growth expert Steve Cuss offers powerful tools to help you move from being managed by anxiety to managing anxiety.
You’ll develop the capacity to notice your anxiety and your group’s anxiety. You will increase your sensitivity to the way groups develop systemic anxiety that keeps them trapped. Your personal self-awareness will increase as you learn how self gets in the way of identifying and addressing issues.
Managing Leadership Anxiety offers valuable principles to those who are hungry to understand the source of the anxiety in themselves and in the people with whom they relate. Readers will be empowered to take back control of their lives and lead in mature and vibrant ways.
A Game-Changing Travel Accessory – Luggage Bungee
I often travel with a rolling bag plus a briefcase or duffle. It is convenient when the smaller bag has a slot to slide onto the handle of the larger rolling bag. But what do you do when the small bag doesn’t have a slot? Answer: Buy this inexpensive bungee!
I used to try to balance the small bag on top and would get easily frustrated when it didn’t stay. Not anymore! This $9 bungee makes it easy for any bag to stay put on top of the roller. I wish I had thought to buy one of these sooner!
A Restaurant to Try – Shuckin’ Shack Oyster Bar
My good friend Beth Sudderth told me about this restaurant today. As soon as she mentioned it, I made a mental note to take Laura there very soon — she loves raw oysters! Shuckin’ Shack is a small franchise with fantastic reviews. Let me know if you try it!
A Quote from I’m Thinking About
Anxiety shrinks the power of the gospel because it presents a false gospel—one of self-reliance rather than reliance on God.” — Steve Cuss