Summer Vacation

Ronin's Journey is taking off the month of June. The last couple of months has been a bit crazy, and we're going on vacation for a week in June. That usually puts us behind. We've been posting three times a week for over a year now. A pace that has been easy to keep until … Continue reading Summer Vacation

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The Irreplaceable Value of Time

Think about time. It is the most invaluable resource we have and we can't get it back. Why? It's our life, broken into chunks and spent on different things. How are we spending it? Look at work, and what you buy. For example, to eat every week I have to work 8 hours. To pay … Continue reading The Irreplaceable Value of Time

What 2017 Taught Me About Leadership and Culture

Culture is a weird word. Merriam-Webster defines it as the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution or organization. It's the leaders that drive the culture. A lot of the year was spent learning about culture. It's tying in what I learned from the Arbinger Institute, Seth Godin's blog, John Maxwell, Pastor … Continue reading What 2017 Taught Me About Leadership and Culture

What 2017 Taught Me About Leadership and People

2017 taught me a lot about working with people in the context of relationships at work, church, and life. Sometimes it went well and other times it didn't. The Value of People I can be tough on someone, but something Ravi Zacharias said on his podcast resonated with me. 'You can be tough on someone, … Continue reading What 2017 Taught Me About Leadership and People