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- January 4, 2021 at 12:04 am in reply to: Question about Serve – not sure what this sentence means #7230
My primary motivation is Serve, and I have understood that phrase to mean that the requirements of any task will always evolve as the nature of the service to be rendered shifts according to the needs being expressed by my boss or co-workers (or husband or family). My motivation to serve is always about caring the best that I can, so my task requirements/expectations can shift according to their needs.
That make sense?
Would love to chat more sometime! I am a firm believer in holistic formation, and as such am currently working to help create a repeatable, shareable process that can enable the integration of holistic formation into every aspect of parish life, so would l enjoy continuing to gather perspectives and insights.
Please feel free to reach out directly using my email: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can text/call me at 256-603-0225.
All the best,
Looking forward to “seeing you around” then. As for Wisconsin, no, no other ties other than Marquette and a few friends who are stil in that area, so still a pretty big one!
Interested about your work with the WI National Guard? My husband and I are both former military, and part of what we are doing now is helping with team building and training using the MCODE Assessment. We defintiely bring a military “perspective” to the experience, but there are ALL sorts of applications for MCODE within the military world, so if you want to brainstorm or reach out to chat more, feel free to do so. 🙂
Hey, B Dub!
SO love how you express your motivations as Trigger, Process and Outcome. Mine would be:
Trigger: Meet the Challenge
I only have three as I have been a MCORE Facilitator for almost two years now, having had the privilege of getting to know Dr Joshua Miller in the process, and have integrated my top 3 into my mission statement of “I love to serve as I explore and meet challenges.”
Look forward to working alongside you in this community as we go about sharing this phenomenal message and work, and empower millions to become their true selves, live lives of purpose, peace and abundance and be those saints God created us to be!
All the best,
Awesome, Meggin! I SO love the impact that this message about MCODE continues to spread because of Todd’s work! I was a teacher’s kid, and a teacher myself for a while before transitioning into ministry work, so I am so glad to know that you are sharing this message within the educational sector–everyone within education so desperately needs to hear this message as I think it gives great insight into how we can modify/adapt our current educational philosophies and focus upon development of the PERSON.
Look forward to more conversation here!
All the best,
Good to meet you, Amy! I am only a couple of hours to the SE of you in Fort Payne, Alabama–just to the SW of Chattanooga.