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It's marathon season, baby!

I’ve been sucking it up at blogging lately.  I envisioned more discretionary time when I decided to take the season off from officiating.  That HAS NOT been the case.   935 more words

Why leaders must take control of the score

As a leader, one of your jobs is to keep those you lead focused on the goals you are trying to reach.

An underused tool in every leader’s toolbox is to create and share “the score”. 546 more words


“Grace cannot prevail . . . until our lifelong certainty that someone is keeping score has run out of steam and collapsed.”

Robert F. Capon



Sunday, October 4th (1:10)

White Sox vs Detroit Tigers
U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago)
American League Central Division Rivalry

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Scorekeeping 101

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Beware! People invent their own scores if you don't give them yours.

One of my working theories is that if you don’t show people the score, for whatever endeavour you are currently engaged in, they will, subconsciously or otherwise, invent their own. 240 more words

Score Design

A Prayer To Stop Keeping Score

Hebrews 6:10 For God is not unjust so as to overlook your work and the love that you have shown for his name in serving the saints, as you still do. 317 more words

Scorekeeping vs measurement: the former will get you to drink your milk!

This is taken from Chuck Coonradt’s book “Scorekeeping for Success”.

What’s the difference between measurement and score keeping?  According to Chuck, “the major difference between score-keeping and measurement is that scorekeeping by nature is a positive process, while measurement is a negative one”. 233 more words

Score Design