Clarity is key. It’s very difficult to win if you don’t know the rules of the game. While we are not in a competition with each other in the church, we are in competition with every other potential use of time [see Len Schlesinger’s Harvard study] other than going to church. That means we had better have a pretty good handle on what it is that we are trying to accomplish.

So – write down your goals. Create plans. Set timelines. Figure out accountability. Make sure that the “win” is realistic and achievable. And create something great for the glory of God!

Clear goals = potential for excellence
Clear goals help to move a team towards excellence

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