My 5 for Friday (April 26, 2019)

How can you transform your finances? What can you do to bring out the best in your team? And what could be keeping you in debt?

All these questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday.

  1. Ask Chuck: 9 Steps To Transform Your Finances by Chuck Bentley. Bad financial habits are not easy to turn around, but it’s always worth the effort. Chuck Bentley points out that “Rather than working hard, asking and waiting on Him to provide, they rely on easy credit or dependence on others.” Check out these nine steps towards transforming your finances.
  2. 5 Strategies to Bring Out the Best in Your Team by Eric Geiger. Leaders are given the unique opportunity to help develop the strengths of their team members. So how can you contribute to that growth? Eric Geiger offers five strategies to help because he believes “The best leaders invest in their team and spend intentional time developing them.”
  3. The ONE Thing That Never Gets Old In The Life Of A Leader by Dan Reiland. “Be careful not to confuse busyness with growth.” Personal growth should always be a priority in the life of a leader, so Dan Reiland offers some key aspects of personal growth that you shouldn’t lose sight of. It’s worth reading.
  4. 9 Reasons You’re Still in Debt by Andrea Woroch. In order to face financial difficulties head on, you have to be honest with what got you there in the first place. Andrea Woroch says you need to “understand which habits hinder your progress to pivot your strategy and improve your financial health.” If you’re in debt and can’t figure out why, check out this article.
  5. 5 Things You Can’t Learn From a Resume from Vanderbloemen. Unfortunately a resume doesn’t encompass all we need to know from a potential hire. So what other areas should we be on the lookout for? Here, Vanderbloemen offers five areas you should evaluate in a potential hire that might not show up on their resume.  

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