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Lloyd Reeb

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

Three Elements for Deeper, More Meaningful Family Holiday Gatherings

Holidays come and go every year with great predictability, but sometimes it's hard to know how to plan for these times to be as rich, joy-filled and meaningful as possible. Every family is unique. Families come in all different shapes and sizes, with one common theme...no family is perfect. No matter what state your family is in at the moment - crisis mode, thriving, or somewhere in between - you can take steps to maximize the opportunity that comes when loved ones are near. Part of making our

Three Elements for Deeper, More Meaningful Family Holiday Gatherings2019-11-22T15:32:59-06:00

Your Best Next Season Role: 5 Essential Questions

A systematic way to creatively design your second half serving context Once you know what your calling is, how do you design the best way to live it out? Gal 6:1-5 in the Message translation says: “Live creatively, friends, make a careful exploration of who you are and the work you have been given, and then sink yourself into that. Don’t be impressed with yourself. Don’t compare yourself with others. Each of you must take responsibility for doing the creative best you can with your own life.” I

Your Best Next Season Role: 5 Essential Questions2019-08-06T13:12:29-05:00

Your Spouse’s Dreams May Be A Key to Your Halftime Calling

[Written by Lloyd Reeb, Halftime Founding Partner & Coach]  I am a hard-driving, goal-oriented person. But I hit a point in the mid-1990s where closing the next deal and cutting another ribbon just didn’t have the same appeal. And I began to ask, “Is there more to life than this?” and “What’s next for me?” I knew I needed a halftime – a time to refocus and make a game plan for the second half of life. Fast forward to today, and surprisingly enough, my second half has

Your Spouse’s Dreams May Be A Key to Your Halftime Calling2019-01-24T15:05:25-06:00

5 Essential Questions For Leaders Seeking Lasting Friendships…

Do you have lots of acquaintances, some buddies, but few (if any) deep, lasting friendships? You’re not alone. For one, I can relate. And I see it often in the hard-driving achievers that I coach. Many leaders reach midlife and discover that intimacy has been squeezed out of their marriage, family and friendships. Yet I’ve found that a reflective leader will realize that this is a key measure of success that needs attention for a fulfilling and meaningful second half. Out of intimacy comes trust, understanding, romance. What is

5 Essential Questions For Leaders Seeking Lasting Friendships…2018-12-21T09:28:09-06:00

Do You Ask This Persistent and Haunting Question?

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 we are here. Entrepreneurship is in the fiber of my being. We started our company, Twin Eagle Resource Management, in 2010. Twin Eagle is a recognized leader in the wholesale marketing of energy-related commodities including natural gas, power, and liquids. I am grateful for the success we have enjoyed over the years. I have

Do You Ask This Persistent and Haunting Question?2018-11-20T15:45:34-06:00

10 KEYS TO MID-LIFE RENEWAL, Part 2

Reflections From A 20-Year Mentee of Bob Buford We all want to maximize our time on earth. Greater dividends in our relationships and our endeavors for the time and sweat equity we put in. Being a 20-year mentee of Bob Buford has taught me just that – how to have leveraged impact in all that I do.   Bob Buford was intent on a “100X return” - one hundred times the benefit or life change, as a result of giving his time and money to meet others’ needs. His standard wasn’t just multiplication - it was

10 KEYS TO MID-LIFE RENEWAL, Part 22018-05-17T15:51:22-05:00
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