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“Planning Their Work and Working Their Plan”

You’ve probably heard this simple phrase before. The first time I did it was not out of the many words of wisdom from my Grandmother. Instead it came from my college roommate as we waded through an intense period of finals (almost 25 years ago). Since then, I have remembered it often and I can easily recognize the difference between those who have a plan and those who don’t. Family Guidance & Brian Johansson I want to highlight an organization I am blessed to work with, Family Guidance, Inc. I am proud of them. I have seen them do so much in a short time. They are at the head of the class in planning – hands down. A year ago, new leadership inherited a ministry that had great history of service, but had faced challenges over the last several years in personnel, planning and execution. The Board was engaged and helpful, but no board can execute, adapt or react to daily objectives and activity. Wisely, the Board hired a very capable CEO, Brian Johansson. Brian was used to having a plan, and he quickly m ...

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  1. Re: Running on Empty—When Summer Funds Run Low.

    I have learned so much from you Dave, and once again am reminded that if God's people aren't aware of...

    -- Susan LeCornu

  2. Re: Running on Empty—When Summer Funds Run Low.

    I have learned so much from you Dave, and once again am reminded that if God's people aren't aware of...

    -- Susan LeCornu

  3. Re: Secret Weapon of Relayed Information

    Great reminder, David.

    -- Ben

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For more than twenty years, I’ve enjoyed building value and increasing results for the organizations I’ve worked with. I am grateful for the leaders and mentors who have invested in me professionally and personally and in the same way, I am honored to encourage others. I admire the ministries we serve and I love helping to fuel their mission to build and care for God’s Kingdom.

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