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Busyness blurs vision.
— Craig Groeschel

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It isn’t easy to be simple, but it’s effective.
— John Maxwell

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We need to keep in mind that whatever we are not changing, we are actually choosing.
— Todd Adkins

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‘We’ve never done it that way before’ is where leadership begins.
— Ben Reed

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To accomplish the important things you must learn to say no to some good things. More often than not it is the good things that have the potential to distract you from the important things, the vision things.
— Andy Stanley

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The greatest danger you face in this moment is the idea that you will make intentional growth a priority later.
— John Maxwell

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Excellence destroys distractions for the sake of the vision.
— Chris Rivers

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Leaders are constantly evaluating. Everything.
— Scott Cochrane

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Hark the herald angels sing, ‘Glory to the new-born king.’ Peace on earth, and mercy mild, God and sinners reconciled!
— Charles Wesley

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Your system is perfectly designed to produce the results you’re getting. To get better results, you must improve the system.
— Andy Stanley

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Busyness is the enemy of awareness.
— Pete Wilson

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Leader, never get so busy pulling weeds that you forget to plan the harvest. Balance the daily needs with the long-term.
— Ron Edmondson

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A bloated church calendar diffuses the energy of your church ... Like a laser beam, the more focused your church is the more impact it will have on society.
— Rick Warren

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If you change something in your church and nobody gets mad, you just changed something that doesn’t matter.
— Dan Reiland

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If we don’t keep thinking like a church plant we’ll die like a religious institution.
— Chad Moore

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‘More words’ does not equal ‘better communication’. Effective leaders master word economy.
— Scott Cochrane

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Wow people need How people. And How people need Wow people.
— Michael Lukaszewski

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Offense is an event...Offended is a choice.
— Steven Furtick

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If you consistently create great experiences for people, you’ll never have to use a single exclamation point.
— Jonathan Malm

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Those who fear the new are the ones who have mastered the old. Never be the expert in what used to work!
— Ike Reighard