As a certified John Maxwell Coach, I wanted to touch base with you regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact on you, our nation, and our world. These unprecedented times present unique opportunities for all of us.

Despite the immediate and unforeseen impact on our institutions, schools, businesses, and way of life, there is hope.  While there is nothing that sounds ideal about being “shut-in” because of the restrictions or the guidelines now in place, there is opportunity for growth and real leadership during this time.

Know this one thing: As a certified John Maxwell Coach, I am committed, now more than ever, to serving you with resources to help you—not only survive—but grow during this time.

This week our leadership team asked the question: what is one thing we can do—immediately—to help the most number of people during this current reality?  The answer seemed obvious rather quickly… To serve you with resources that you can digest quickly and put to use right away.

John Maxwell gave a talk, Leadership in Tough Times. Go here now and enroll for FREE in this audio class. You will find it inspiring… and practical!

Because leaders distinguish themselves in tough times – and then they stretch to the challenge.

“All of the great leaders have had one characteristic in common: it was the willingness to confront unequivocally the major anxiety of their people in their time.”

— John Kenneth Galbraith

Remember, these challenging, and truly unprecedented, times present you with unique opportunities. It’s time to invest in yourself… Your personal growth and your leadership development can benefit during this crisis, and we love helping you to that end. Take advantage of this free enrollment in Leadership In Tough Times with John Maxwell.

In addition to this fantastic resource, we would like to direct your attention to a recent podcast episode that will also help you during this time.

Great leadership stands out in times of crisis because great leaders have prepared themselves for the moment. Their voice is one that responds, not reacts. 

John Maxwell and Mark Cole invite their long-time friends, Kevin Myers and Chris Hodges, to talk about how leaders should be voices of hope during crisis without neglecting the earnestness of a serious circumstance.

They remind us that all crises are opportunities to lead and that there is a distinction between preparing yourself and preparing for the event. Being intentional about both is what affects your ability to lead in the moment

Click here to listen.

Throughout the next several days, and weeks, we will continue to look for ways to add value to your life.

Please be on the lookout for more messages. We will continue to have you at the forefront of our thinking as we respond.


Here to serve you,