I was born and raised in Louisiana. After turning 21 years old I moved to Boulder, Colorado and lived in Colorado for almost 3 years. Since then I have lived in Oklahoma, North Carolina, and New Mexico. Whoa! I now live just north of Indianapolis in Carmel, Indiana and love it.
I try not to speak to speak in buzzwords but I do consider myself a serial entrepreneur. What that means is that I fail often and still have a lot to learn. I hope we can learn some together.
- Name: Joshua Breland
- Age: 32
- Twitter: @joshua_breland
- Full-Time Work: Director of Communication
- Part-Time Work: SaaS for families – Create a priceless audio legacy with ReadSake.com
- Previous Part-Time Work: Insurance, annuities, investments
- AKA: Dad (5, 3, 1) Husband (7 years to Libby)
- Around Town: Linkedin, FB, Medium
- Professional Highlights: Living 8 months at 10,000 ft. (Copper Mountain), driving tanks (U.S. Army), working archives metadata on Francis Schaeffer Collection, creating devotional book from Andrew Fuller’s works.
Being teachable is how you consistently grow in strengths and skills. We often think of being teachable as a “spirit” more than action. Below are 3 actionable ways young leaders can remain teachable.
When leaders approach problems with a positive perspective, teams can see through the immediate pain and confidently push through the problem solving process. John Maxwell has a great acronym he uses for seeing problems with a positive perspective.
Vision casting often gets a bad rap. I believe that’s because many of us don’t understand what it is or what takes place in effective vision casting. Below are 10 elements of vision casting.