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TTG Leadership Huddle Takeaways
May 18, 2018
We just finished up our second Leadership Huddle at Keim Lumber, and we are excited about the fruit that will be produced by the efforts of the leaders who attended! Bruce Hamsher, f...
Why?
April 19, 2018
When we think of getting out of bed in the morning and going about our business, do we ask the question why am I doing this?  What are the reasons your feet hit the floor—the alarm clock? bi
“So that” or “Because?”
April 6, 2018
Am I doing “so that” or “because?” This is a question that recently jolted me. I’ve been working through Louie Giglio’s study, Goliath Must Fall, and the chapter on facing rejection prov
The Secret Ingredient to Success
March 23, 2018
So what' s that secret ingredient that makes that steak go from good to great? What's that extra something that makes that chocolate cake taste extraordinary? There's just something about th...
Toward the Goal Mentoring holds first Youth Leadership Conference
March 9, 2018
One hundred students and staff came together last week for Toward the Goal's first Youth Leader's Conference. Students from West Holmes, Hiland, Garaway, Lake, Smithville, Riverview, Strasbu...
Leadership Huddles Provide a Place to Learn Together
February 21, 2018
The heartbeat behind Toward the Goal's Leadership Huddles is to provide a place of learning together. After hearing from leadership coaches, business and/or church leaders, those in atte...
Toward the Goal Ministries to Offer Leadership Huddles
December 11, 2017
Whether you lead and serve people in business, the faith community, education or another area of life, we invite you and your team to experience "Leadership Huddles." TTG Founder and Servant...
Mentoring Impacts Lives
November 20, 2017
We are so excited to be invited into the local public schools to walk alongside middle and high school students. There is nothing like community members who desire to invest in their kids- e...
The No Complaining Rule
November 20, 2017
One of the most interesting books I’ve read over the past several years is, “The No Complaining Rule” by Jon Gordon. It has really changed my perspective and continues to challenge me with t