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  1. 2020 – Year of Discovery for Service is Power Podcast

    Many people are talking about 2020 as the year of vision, sight, and clear vision. And sure, it’s easy to make that distinction and parallel. For those who aren’t obviously aware, 20/20 is the term used when you have optimal sight. When one wears corrective lenses, the goal is to have the kind of lenses…

  2. Mini-Episode 2 – 2020 The Year of Discovery: On Ramp to Potential

    In this mini-episode, listeners will discover: The need for Trail-Blazing Servant-Leaders Why we should refuse to be normal 9 Steps to discover your potential in 2020 Show Highlights 0:00 Show Start 1:00 New Podcast Goals 2:10 Check out the Service is Power Blog 2:55 Review of Mini-Episode 1 4:00 Is your life your own? 5:25…

  3. My Deconstructed Values: Lyle’s response to Mini-Episode 1

    As promised servant-leaders, here is my response to the five questions posed on the 1st mini-episode of the podcast. Please, DON’T LEAVE ME BY MYSELF! 🙂 Nothing would be more humbling than to have you join me by answering these questions as well! Please comment below with your name What did your parents value? –…

  4. Dream Investors

    I recently had a conversation with a few good friends and they were talking about the community they are apart of not seeing them. One of the most difficult things in life has to be the moments when we feel invisible. When you know you have something to offer, something significant and no one sees…

  5. Tone and Tempo as a Servant Leader

    We have all heard the statement “it isn’t what you said, it’s how you said it.” For me, that has been a critique I have heard most of my life. I have a deep value for language and a great deal of expectation from others. I assume that people, if they don’t have a hearing…

  6. G.O.A.T: A Comparison between LeBron James and Servant Leadership

    The Best. It’s a subjective term unless there is a definitive standard that is universally agreed upon. But some times, it’s fun to discuss what we believe to be the best. Some believe that LeBron James is the best basketball player of all time, others believe that Michael Jordan still holds that crown. Greatest of…

  7. Nameless Service

    One of my favorite jobs in the military was when I was a Base Ceremonial Guardsman. Being apart of the Honor Guard, rendering appropriate honor to members of the past and present military for the sacrifice and duty they selflessly gave, was one of my greatest highlights. And very few people knew it was me….