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Gain access to Daily Workout materials:
- Same clever content used by Synergy Group Members.
- Connection to others via the ALL-ACCESS Water Cooler.
- Thoughtful business leadership questions.
- Great conversation starters about Christian faith.
- Deeper thought inspired by Biblical references.
- Quarterly and weekly goal setting.
- Access from any device at any time.
- Perfect for group and individual study.
- Light-hearted Wisdom for Serious Business.
Through the Lens of "Identity":
- Landscape of Office Politics: We discussed informal/formal and individual/organizational layout and the four terrains of office politics: The Weeds, The Rocks, The High Ground, and The Woods. (1 Peter 2:17, Titus 3:1-2)
- Livin' for the Weekend: We reviewed taking breaks for time off, mental relaxation, and self-care results in more productivity. (Psalm 73:26)
- Who Has Time for Patience?: We highlighted three things: the challenges of not knowing, enjoying the now, and working hard. (Galatians 5:22, 23, Psalms 27:13-14)
- Red Flag Alert: We brainstormed about how prickly leaders focused on short-term advantages, single-factor decisions, and self-preservation cause eroding support. (Proverbs 18:10, Exodus 17:15)
- What's a Memory Dart?: We delved into how to create a Memory Dart by distilling truth statements and five elements into a few memorable words. (Mark 16:15, Esther 4:14)
- Pronoia is REAL!: We had a great conversation suggesting pronoid people are likable, capable and confident because they leverage multipliers, expectations, and persistence. (Psalm 90:17, 1 Corinthians 13:7)
- Identity Crisis: We explored how performance spurs excellence, titles drive contribution, and the past inspires today’s focus. (1 Corinthians 12:27,2 Corinthians 5:17)
- Virtual Networking: We focused on how intentionality about relationships, quirks, and service helps us leverage the limitless geographical boundaries and access to people. (Galatians 6:10, Psalms 139:16)
- What More Do You Need?: We reflected on how heroes can be successful through significant challenge with what they already have in conjunction with a clarifying goal. (Psalms 20:4, Psalms 20:3-5)
- Change Fee: We talked about the cost of changing and not changing as it relates to business expense and what we might be avoiding. Improvement comes at quite a price-- a change fee. (John 14:27, John 5:8, 9)
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