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When You Practice What You Preach

One year ago, on April 1, 2021, we announced a strategic shift in Halftime leadership. We can hardly believe what an eventful, providential year it has been, but here we are! Maybe you find yourself feeling the same way as you read this: time seems to be flying. But - what a difference it makes when you are confident that your time is being used purposefully. To illustrate this, we'd love to pause and share the story of someone who has been near and dear to all things

When You Practice What You Preach2022-04-04T12:00:33-05:00

Abiding in the Between

A Devotion written by Halftime Alumna, Carrie Park: What if God asks you to do something that defies all logic and common sense? What if, while in a season of life where there are choppy waters tossing you around, leaving you frightened and exhausted, God calls you to step out in faith and walk towards Him to an unknown place? What would win out -- faith or fear? In Matthew 14, we learn how Peter was faced with the same questions. As

Abiding in the Between2022-05-10T13:42:44-05:00

Q&A: The Heart Journey

An Interview with Halftime Alum, Jacob Coldwell, Certified Life Coach and Author: A journey – this is what the process of finding and living out our unique calling is – not a singular event or one-time decision, but a journey. At Halftime, we’ve found that there are two important tracks to this journey: The Head Journey The Head Journey involves thinking through who you are at the Core. This includes your strengths and passions and how

Q&A: The Heart Journey2022-03-23T15:11:50-05:00

From the Front Row

Two months ago we shared the exciting news of a strategic shift to our leadership. After 11 years of faithful service at Halftime, our tenured CEO, Dean Niewolny, transitioned into a position as Chairman of the Board while new Co-Executive Directors, Jim Stollberg and Tom McGehee, took the lead. As CEO, Dean’s Spirit-led leadership, faithful stewarding practices, and strategic vision have allowed us to expand our reach and equip countless leaders for Kingdom impact around the globe. We recently had the opportunity to sit down with

From the Front Row2021-05-27T16:18:24-05:00

A Strategic Shift in Halftime Leadership

Announcing: Halftime Institute Makes Strategic Shift in Leadership New Co-Executive Directors with extensive experience to take the lead as tenured CEO transitions into Chairman role. As a valued member of the Halftime community, we want you to be the first to hear of a recent strategic shift to our leadership: We are excited to announce that new Co-Executive Directors with extensive experience will take the lead as our tenured CEO, Dean Niewolny, transitions into a position as Chairman of the Board.  First,

A Strategic Shift in Halftime Leadership2021-04-15T14:30:56-05:00

The Cohort Concept

Cohort (noun): A community of like-minded peers who are tackling real challenges, encouraging each other with sound wisdom, and seeking to live with purpose no matter the circumstances. At Halftime, we have found that there is power in connecting with others who are on a similar journey. The Cohort is an integral component of the Fellows Program. Each Fellow belongs to a Cohort, which connects them with a tight-knit

The Cohort Concept2022-05-10T13:34:43-05:00

3 Biblical Principles for Pursuing Financial Freedom

By: Dean Niewolny, Chief Executive Officer of Halftime Institute Is pursuing success and the accumulation of wealth “okay” for Christians? For years, many have wrestled with this question. However, the root of the matter is less about how much money you have, and more about where your heart is. If God has given you the ability to make money, and it’s His money anyway, the question then becomes what are you doing with that money for Kingdom purposes?  Rather than encouraging you to sell your belongings and

3 Biblical Principles for Pursuing Financial Freedom2022-03-24T14:33:24-05:00

10 Conclusions on Crisis Leadership

By: Rod Stewart, Halftime CertifiedTM Coach I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what good, strong, Spirit-led leadership looks like in the midst of a crisis.  While watching a documentary on Franklin Delano Roosevelt and how he led our country out of the Great Depression with a combination of clarity, communication and innovation, I marveled at the way he stood up and took responsibility in the midst of fear. It was then that he delivered his famous line, ‘The only thing we have to fear, is fear

10 Conclusions on Crisis Leadership2022-03-25T10:45:37-05:00

How To: Be a Sur-thrivalist

By: Chip DeClue, Halftime CertifiedTM Coach In the midst of this COVID-19 crisis, it can often seem as if the world has stopped.  Plans for the future have been put on hold as uncertainty looms. Business trips, vacations, retirement plans, weddings… most postponed, many outright canceled. And the list goes on. This is especially true for those who are in the process of transitioning into the next season of life.   One Halftime client of mine lamented, “It feels like I’m in the halftime of Halftime. What should I

How To: Be a Sur-thrivalist2022-03-25T10:48:33-05:00

Feeling Unsettled? 3 First Steps to Figuring Out What’s Next

What do you do when you’ve solved complex problems your whole career, yet you get to a point where you can’t put together the puzzle pieces of your own future path? It is an unsettling place to be for sure. It happened to me, and it happens to most successful leaders in mid-life. You sense a shift of some sort is needed. You feel discontent and restless. But when you try to determine what your next move will be, you are uncertain and confused. Can you relate? Several years

Feeling Unsettled? 3 First Steps to Figuring Out What’s Next2019-10-25T09:56:22-05:00
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