Lloyd Reeb

Webinar: A Princeton Prof’s Wisdom for Engaging Your Adult Kids

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. If you are the parent of a Young Adult (18-35), or have a parent-like relationship with a Young Adult, you can likely relate to the challenges and opportunities for connecting with them as your role shifts from “authority” to “guide”. During this disruptive season, many Young Adults are wrestling with the first large-scale crisis of their adult lives. This gives Halftimers a unique opportunity to provide wisdom, perspective, and guidance

Webinar: A Princeton Prof’s Wisdom for Engaging Your Adult Kids2020-05-22T16:15:07-05:00

Webinar: Lead Like It Matters to God

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. When crisis hits, it brings perspective about what matters and what doesn’t. It challenges our true inner beliefs and our courage to trust God.  As the world begins to re-open and you prepare to press the reset button on your business, this is the time to assess how grounded your leadership is in the eternal wisdom God offers. If our organizations are part of our life calling, then we need to

Webinar: Lead Like It Matters to God2020-05-15T15:24:12-05:00

Webinar: Finding Growth Opportunities Amid Disruption

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. To say that this season has been disruptive may feel like an understatement. Most businesses, ministries, and individuals have been forced to make difficult decisions. What to stop doing, who to let go – now, when to re-open? It’s much like pruning.    Halftime Institute Alumni around the world are leading some of the most critical, compassionate and impactful organizations serving quite literally millions of people – and we wonder: How

Webinar: Finding Growth Opportunities Amid Disruption2020-05-15T15:25:07-05:00

Coffee with Lloyd: Preparing to Reset Your Life

How can you prepare for the next season, post-coronavirus? What have you learned and what are the implications? What did Jesus say that might help you navigate the days ahead? Bob Buford, the founder of Halftime Institute, boiled his life mission down to fit on a T-shirt: 100X. The concept comes from a parable Jesus told about the soil (Mark 4). He taught us to view our life like soil – soil that has the potential to produce 100X yield. Bob Buford wanted to prepare the soil

Coffee with Lloyd: Preparing to Reset Your Life2020-05-01T11:29:17-05:00

Webinar: Strategies For Serving Your Local Non-Profits

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. Naturally, our hearts are drawn to making a difference in our own community – particularly in times of crisis. But we may easily tire of the constant request for funding, especially when we feel that we have so much more to offer. The idea of writing a check for meals or funding rent for a family about to be evicted is a privilege, but it’s not leveraged.    David Weekley is Chairman

Webinar: Strategies For Serving Your Local Non-Profits2020-05-15T15:26:02-05:00

Webinar: Staying Mission Focused

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. From local charities and churches to the world’s largest non-governmental organizations (NGOs), most – if not all – nonprofits are struggling today as a result of the current crisis. Reduced funding, work-from-home restrictions, and workforce limitations put significant pressure on their ability to stay mission focused: serving others to meet various needs.   As one of the world’s largest NGOs, World Vision finds itself fighting the same battles many of

Webinar: Staying Mission Focused2020-05-15T15:27:11-05:00

Webinar: Advancing Your Mission in the Midst of Crisis

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. Many Halftime Alumni are deeply invested in businesses, nonprofits, and ministries that are struggling today as a result of the current crisis. As social entrepreneurs, business owners, and board members, many are facing unexpected layoffs, forfeiting incomes, and other cost-cutting measures to survive and carry on with producing valuable (and in many cases faith-focused) work. Do you find yourself facing these challenges or others like them? Are you asking how

Webinar: Advancing Your Mission in the Midst of Crisis2020-05-15T15:28:14-05:00

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

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. 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, eventually leading to financial hardship. But in the midst of crisis, there is always hope. Halftime Alumni are uniquely equipped to respond to these converging needs in times of crisis. This timely webinar is part of a series in which we will ask

Webinar: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part Two)2020-05-15T15:30:08-05:00

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

This episode is part of our special webinar series on Using Your Platform For Good In Crisis. 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 people saw real love in action and it was compelling. They brought hope and kindness in the face of fear and despair. Today, Halftimers all over the world are responding with the same blend of creativity and compassion. Perhaps

Webinar: Using Your Platform for Good in Crisis (Part One)2020-05-15T15:31:39-05:00

Five Critical Elements for Finishing Well

At the Halftime Institute we care more about how you’re doing 30 years from now, than 30 months from now. We want more for your impact than just a flash in the pan. Often, a flash in the pan does more harm than good to the people around you, forming dependencies that are unsustainable if life demands that you take a step back. There’s a big difference between heaving a healthy mid-life transition and finishing well. A few years back, we were prepping for a conference around the

Five Critical Elements for Finishing Well2019-12-19T10:52:47-06:00