This is a brief overview of three lessons I’ve learned in my pursuit of wisdom this year.
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As leaders, we get to fill the role of counselor in a lot of people’s lives. For good or bad, we have the honor and responsibility of providing these people with advice.
You may not be that bad at giving advice, but odds are that you’ve fallen in with at least one of these mis-steps before.
Alece Ronzino came up with this idea last year and she’s at it again with One Word 2011. Folks are chiming in left and right, so I thought that my first post of the year would be to join in the conversation.
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- One Word 2011: WISDOM January 3, 2011
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- God Has All Life September 20, 2013
- Infinite in Being and Perfection September 13, 2013
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About The Author
Kenny is a full time REALTOR in Nashville, TN working on a Masters of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary in pursuit of the Lord's call to gospel ministry. I'm also the husband of a beautiful wife named Suzanne, the owner of a wonderful dog named Cooper, and the author of Launch Your Life: A Guide to Growing Up for the Almost Grown Up (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 2013).