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Mike Henry Sr.

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What kind of difference will you make? And how long will it matter?


I believe we all lead. And the best leaders lead from who they are. Any improvement in leadership is a good thing. But I want to focus on being the best leader and the best person I can be in every circumstance.


I follow one person who, I believe will lead (and has led) forever – Jesus. And, as a follower of his, I believe I have...

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message 2: by Mike

Mike Sr. Jane wrote: "I'm curious. Are these the books you have on your list to read this year 2015, like documenting your goal? I'm setting a goal of 2 books per month and have never used Goodreads to document my plan...."

Jane, my to-read list is just a list of the books I don't want to forget. Some have been on there a long time because I find more interesting things in the short run and others get read quickly. I pick them individually based on mood and interests at the time.

Happy New Year to you too! Have a great 2015!


message 1: by Jane

Jane I'm curious. Are these the books you have on your list to read this year 2015, like documenting your goal? I'm setting a goal of 2 books per month and have never used Goodreads to document my plan. It seems logical though. Happy new year Mike! Wishing you many successes and much joy!


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