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Bob Buford’s Top Ten Values: Structure Follows Strategy

By |March 30th, 2020|Categories: Goal Setting, Words of Wisdom, Halftime Tips, Clarity, Bob Karcher, Legacy, Uncategorized, Eternal Leadership, Resources, Bob BUford|

BOB BUFORD is known for being the voice of a generation, a prolific author, speaker, and philanthropist whose immense and widespread contribution to business leadership, personal transformation, and the growth of the modern church

Webinar Series: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part Two)

By |March 27th, 2020|Categories: Eternal Leadership, Alumni, Uncategorized, Halftime Tips, Clarity, Lloyd Reeb, Words of Wisdom, Women in Leadership, Listening to God, Thriving Family|

Our culture is under siege. Isolation and economic collapse weigh heavily on many people around the globe as isolation leads to mental wellness challenges and the current state of the economy pushes millions into unemployment,

Webinar Series: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part One)

By |March 20th, 2020|Categories: Alumni, Eternal Leadership, Clarity, Halftime Tips, Uncategorized, Lloyd Reeb, Women in Leadership, Words of Wisdom, Listening to God, Thriving Family|

During a health pandemic in Rome — when it was unprecedented to care for people outside of your own family — the early Christians combined their creativity with compassion. The Church grew exponentially as

Inspiring Impact: HT Alum Billy Prim’s Live Interview

By |December 27th, 2019|Categories: Alumni, Clarity, Fellows Program, Halftime Tips, This is my Halftime Story, Uncategorized, Words of Wisdom, Trade Up, Listening to God, Thriving Family|

When Billy sold his first company it had more locations than McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Burger King combined. Instead of chasing the next opportunity, Billy stepped off the entrepreneurial treadmill in order to pause

Finding Your Mission Field (Is It In Your Career Field?): HT Alum LeAnn’s Live Interview

By |August 1st, 2019|Categories: Clarity, Alumni, Women in Leadership, Fellows Program, Halftime Tips, Uncategorized, Words of Wisdom, Trade Up, Rhonda Kehlbeck, Business As Mission|

How do you live out a desire to serve those in need with the demands of a high-powered career? It isn't easy, and it looks different for every person. Dr. LeAnn Kridelbaugh made

4 Warning Signs You Need to Detox from the Rat Race (And Where to Start)

By |June 27th, 2019|Categories: Success, Halftime Tips, Power of Coaching, A Coach's Point of View, Uncategorized, Words of Wisdom, Staying In the Marketplace|Tags: , , , , |

“I feel trapped. And you know I can’t talk to anyone else about this, Rod” he said to me. “I can’t afford to show weakness. It could cost too much with the people I’m leading.”

Tragedy to Transformation: Interview with John Ramstead, HT Alum

By |May 31st, 2019|Categories: Alumni, Halftime Tips, Eternal Leadership, This is my Halftime Story, Power of Coaching, Uncategorized, Words of Wisdom, Listening to God, Rhonda Kehlbeck, Staying In the Marketplace|

John Ramstead’s first half experiences were diverse and adventurous, but nothing compared to what he encountered in mid-life. Imagine this: John started out in the United States Navy where he served as a

Preventing Burnout & Making A Profound Impact in Your Second Half: Alum Lisa Payne Shares Her Journey

By |April 2nd, 2019|Categories: 4Word Women, Clarity, Women in Leadership, Goal Setting, Halftime Tips, Alumni, Peers, Power of Coaching, Success, This is my Halftime Story, Words of Wisdom, Listening to God, Thriving Family|

“We build our careers in isolation. I was a CFO and I did it on my own. But in your second half community becomes much more important. There’s such an instant connection when you say

Do You Ask This Persistent and Haunting Question?

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: Clarity, Fellows Program, Alumni, Philanthropy, Success, This is my Halftime Story, Power of Coaching, Uncategorized, Lloyd Reeb, Words of Wisdom, Bob BUford, Staying In the Marketplace|

by Halftime Fellows Alum, Griff Jones   It’s easy to keep moving forward, isn’t it? But I have learned that sometimes it’s best to stop, press the pause button, rethink, and get intentional about why