Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change

goals

Little By Little

Posted on 19 Jan 2017 in Christianity, Coaching, Discipleship, Leadership | Comments Off on Little By Little

Day by day, little by little, step by step, and moment by moment we are chasing, pursuing, and becoming something. The reality of our story is that we are shaped by how we spend our time. The matters of life that get our most energy have a profound destiny on where we end up. This […]

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New Years Resolution

Posted on 09 Jan 2017 in Christianity, Church, Coaching, Culture, Discipleship, Goals | Comments Off on New Years Resolution

Chances are, you’ve broken your New Years Resolution already. I know, I know. This was going to be the year that you finally __________. If you haven’t broken them already, there’s likely a good reason for that. Chances are, it probably boils down to one of two reasons: 1.) You will break them. Likely soon. […]

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Why “Simple” Doesn’t Mean “Easy”

Posted on 11 Feb 2016 in Coaching, Goals, Leadership, Marriage Coaching | Comments Off on Why “Simple” Doesn’t Mean “Easy”

There’s a common myth out there that the hard things of life need to be complex. Too often, we want to treat goal setting, personal development, or a desired transformation as some advanced calculus assignment. The problem is that we’ve mistaken complex with hard. The truth is that any goal we set doesn’t need to […]

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Why Avoiding Goals is Really Bad For You

Posted on 31 Dec 2015 in Coaching, Goals, Leadership | Comments Off on Why Avoiding Goals is Really Bad For You

It’s New Year’s Eve. The Christmas wrapping is all cleaned up and the busy holiday season is almost over. Now it’s time to look forward to 2016. What are your hopes:

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The Interconnected Web of Leadership Goals

Posted on 30 Dec 2015 in Coaching, Leadership | Comments Off on The Interconnected Web of Leadership Goals

I remember sitting in fifth grade science class and learning about the food chain. At the bottom are the lowly animals. They eat plants. They are eaten by slightly bigger animals above them. As we continue to move up the chain the bigger animals pick on the small ones. At the very top is the […]

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