My Favorite Leadership Hack

My favorite leadership hack is an annual retreat!

Every leader seems to have their favorite hacks. Things that make leadership a little easier and keep them going. Mine is an annual retreat. It’s something I have been doing for several years now. I get away to a quiet place for five days to decompress and refocus. Every time I come back refreshed. I usually have new ideas. Things I want to try and things I need to stop doing. It has been one of the best ways to refocus my ministry and life.

I want to invite you on a journey. You can experience the same for your area of life and/or leadership.

Who is this for? Anyone who is feeling overwhelmed by the chaos. Anyone who is having trouble hearing from God because of all the noise in their daily life. Anyone who is spiritually stuck and wondering how to detangle all of the thoughts and ideas in their mind. Anyone who wants to try something new, but is having trouble taking the next step. You can be in vocational ministry or lay ministry. And I will be approaching the retreat from a Christian perspective.

What can you expect? It will run Friday evening until Saturday evening. There will be a Friday evening virtual session with a teaching to guide you through the retreat. Saturday will include a morning lesson and prayer focus. There will be a noon check-in and devotional. And finally there will be a Saturday evening teaching and a time to share how you believe God is speaking. In addition, I will meet one-on-one (virtually) with anyone who is interested so you can verbally process what God is saying.

This retreat is going to be a Beta Test. Therefore, I am looking for 8-10 people who are willing to test drive this retreat and complete a feedback form at the end. The cost of the retreat is $27 because I want you to show up. People who invest in themselves are more likely to follow through. However, if you participate in the retreat and complete the feedback form at the end, then I will send you a $20 gift card to Panera or Target (your choice). So, in the end, you spend $7 to get some clarity. That’s about the cost of a fancy Starbucks coffee.

If you are interested in being one of the 10 beta testers, then you can register here. I will be taking registrations until Wednesday, October 14th or until I am full.

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