3 Tough Questions

Purpose. Joy. Care. I believe these are the 3 most important hidden desires of anyone involved in teamwork. Any kind of team. Any kind of setting. Think about these questions for a moment: Do you know why you do what you do? Do you find joy in what you do? Do you feel loved in … Continue reading 3 Tough Questions

Working with your personality

Why do you enjoy the topic of personality and team dynamics? Well... Let me help you... I have a variety of session types and conversations to be had, but maybe personality is a good place for you to start: Contact Eric now

New contract and knowing how long to stay

Well folks, I just signed a contract extension with the church I had been leading through transition. I wasn't planning on it at the beginning, but I think God had a different plan. It is not forever, as it is an interim role, but it we both felt we needed it. I get to continue … Continue reading New contract and knowing how long to stay

Getting to a Great Spot

It is great to be in a great spot. When you can claim resiliency. When you do not know the future but can hope for the best. When you feel a sense of purpose. When you are emotionally centred. When you are sure of your identity. My last blog post was all about ‘plan B’; … Continue reading Getting to a Great Spot

Play till the end

"I play till the clock hits zero" This was Stefon Diggs' remark on his amazing TD catch at the end of the NFC Divisional championship game back in 2018. It was one of my favourite football moments, followed up by one of my favourite sports quotes. It makes sense, or it should anyway, but it … Continue reading Play till the end

Would you like a personal MBTI coaching session?

Have you ever sat down with someone to discuss your personality? How about how you get along with other people? I have had the opportunity to do this countless times over the past 2 years, but almost entirely in a group setting. The problem is that most people find it a little intimidating to sit … Continue reading Would you like a personal MBTI coaching session?

A great weekend at Red Rock with youth leaders

I had the good pleasure of hanging out with a pretty tremendous group of people this weekend. It happened to be at a pretty sweet location as well; the first camp I went to as a kid. A lot of memories from past retreats combined with new ones made with some new friends! I was … Continue reading A great weekend at Red Rock with youth leaders

The book is coming…

Well folks, just like Spring will eventually arrive, so will my new ebook! I am planning to release it next week and would love to put a copy in your hands... Or reader screen. So stay tuned for the release, check out my Facebook page for more, and by all means, pump the tires on … Continue reading The book is coming…

Great Time at Camp!

Thanks for the great opportunity to speak into the lives of young leaders! I had a great week walking and talking with these fine folks at Roseau River Bible Camp this week. We discussed personality, growing in identity, and leadership in a team setting. What does it mean to know your personality and continue learning … Continue reading Great Time at Camp!

Creating Engagement with Your Awesomeness

I was recently at a tradeshow for my other business venture (MARRY ME!). It was a learning experience as I had to answer the same question in a variety of forms: What do you do? People would actually create a bubble away from the table until they decided whether they wanted to engage. Is this … Continue reading Creating Engagement with Your Awesomeness

Websites, clarity, and Family time

This picture is a slight exaggeration, but as with everything, it is a good expression of the statement 'nothing comes easy'. I had the opportunity to help my some of my family bring clarity to the store front of their mission. (Check them out: Haiti Friendship Centre) I love helping with clarity and how we can … Continue reading Websites, clarity, and Family time

So What’s Next?

Do you take the time to review the impact you have had on the lives of others? In the midst of all the daily habits we take on, we occasionally forget the human element. Not just the tactics or items on the ‘to do’ list that involve select people. I personally lose sight of the … Continue reading So What’s Next?