Legacy Leadership Forums has three different kinds of Leadership Forums. I discussed the Executive Forum and the Legacy Leadership Challenge for emerging leaders.
And today I want to share with you about the Legacy Leadership Non-Profit Executive Forum. These are for upper level executives and nonprofit organizations. Again, it is a peer learning group of eight to 10 non-profit leaders that gather for a half day every month, and I trust that you will consider if you are a non-profit leader, becoming a part of one of our non-profit forum groups.
For more information about this, you may contact me Nolan Rollins. 239-860-0096
Last week, I shared with you about Legacy Leadership Forums, which is a peer learning forum for business owners and upper level executives. Today I want to share with you about Legacy Leadership Challenge. This is a small group of eight to 10 emerging leaders who are seeking to become exemplary leaders.
This forum meets every week for two months. It has a specific subject of leadership that is discussed. These forums are facilitated by me. And I trust that if you are an emerging leader, and you want to become a great leader and exemplary leader, that you will take the challenge to join one of our legacy Leadership Challenge Groups.
For more information contact me, Nolen Rollins 239-860-0096
I want to talk to you today about Legacy Leadership Forums. Legacy Leadership Forums is a division of GPS Life Journey.
The mission of these forums is to equip and encourage business owners and upper level executives to become more effective in their leadership. No matter how good a leader you may be, you can always learn to be a better leader.
These forums are facilitated by Jeff Pitchford, a retired Canadian business executive and now business coach, and I trust that you will consider joining one of our Executive Legacy Leadership forums in the future. These forums meet all day, every other month, six times a year.
For more information about the Legacy Leadership Forum, you may contact me Nolen Rollins. 239-860-0096
Nolen Rollins here again, with GPS Life Journey. And a another Note from Nolen. There are two things that GPS Life Journey focuses on.
One is helping people discover and fulfill God's purposes for their lives. And the second is leadership development. These two things are in correlation to the two passions that God has placed on my heart. That is to help people live their lives with a sense of purpose, to live on mission, and live a life of significance, and also to become a better leader.
Everything rises and falls on leadership. And our division called Legacy Leadership, which I'll be talking about in the next few weeks helps develop better leaders. I trust that you'll listen in as we talk about how you can become a better leader in the future.
Is there one-on-one personal coaching available for my life mission journey? What if I get stuck on my missional journey? Is there on-going help available?
If you are a graduate of GPS Life Journey, you may be stuck on your mission, you hit a barrier or a roadblock. And you don't know what to do, know that coaching is available through GPS Life Journey to help you.
Oftentimes people come to us, and they feel like their mission may have changed for the next stage of their life, or they have hit a roadblock because they don't know how to connect whereas another venue they might be engaged in to help fulfill their mission statement.
Whatever they hindrance may be, whether it's just helping you create margin, to have more time and financial resources to fulfill your mission, whatever that roadblock may be in your life. If you'll give us a call. We'll help you with personal one on one coaching to help you continue on your GPS Life Journey to the fulfillment of God's purpose for the next stage of your life.
How can I connect with other GPS Life Journey participants who may have the same or a similar mission?
Nolen Rollins, author of GPS Life Journey here again, with another Note from Nolen. Oftentimes people ask me, "How can I connect with other people who have a similar mission statement as mine."
People go through the GPS life journey, they discover their specific mission statement for the next stage of their life, and they work to partner with or connect with other people. Well, we keep a record of mission statements and people all around the world, and particular areas of interest they may have.
So if you'll contact us at GPS Life Journey, we'll be happy to connect you with other people who may have the exact same or very similar mission statement as you. And you can partner and work with others and collaboration and fulfilling God's purpose for the next stage of your life.
What kind of personal mission statements do people have who graduate from the GPS Life Journey? Well, there's a variety of mission statements that I have seen over these 15-20 years. 1000s of people going through the GPS Life Journey.
Sometimes that mission statement relates to them personally as something like, "my mission for the next stage of my life is to learn what it means to be a godly father and a godly husband." So it could relate to focusing on the individual itself.
Sometimes his focus is on the family. And that one illustration that I just gave is an illustration of both. It focuses on the individual and also focuses on the family.
Sometimes it relates to the church where they attend. Their mission is to engage people in genuine worship and they become a part of the worship team in their church.
Sometimes it relates to the community, something taking place in the community. You want to help people learn English as a second language in your church or your community center.
And sometimes it's a global mission statement relates to others halfway around the world. We have several people who have started orphanages, church planting movements, leadership training movements around the world.
So God's purpose for the next stage of your life can focus all the way from you and your personal life, your family life, your congregational life, at your church, in your community, in your region are halfway around the world globally.
The important thing is to discover what is God's purpose for the next stage of your life and to be actively engaged in fulfilling that purpose.
Nolen Rollins, GPS Life Journey with another Note from Nolen. GPS Life Journey graduates often not only get excited about their purpose and mission for the next stage of their life, but they want to know how they can help other people engage in God's purpose for their lives.
While becoming a GPS Life Journey certified facilitator is not difficult, there are only two requirements. Number one, you go through the GPS Life Journey and become a graduate yourself so that you're thoroughly familiar with the process. And then number two, you go through the eight videos that will teach you how to facilitate each of the eight sessions. These videos are online.
You can be trained as a facilitator anywhere in the world, on your own schedule. So if you have a desire to help other people discover and engage in God's purposes for the next stages of their lives. I encourage you to contact us about becoming a certified GPS Life Journey facilitator.
One of my favorite authors is John Piper. He tells it like it is. He has a book, that I would encourage you to read and titled "Don't waste your life". And in this particular book, John tells the story of a young lady who was killed tragically on the mission field, in the prime of her life, and people saying, what a wasted life.
John comes back and says, "No, that was not a wasted life. That was a life well invested for the kingdom of God". And then he goes on to tell the story of someone he read about in Reader's Digest years ago, who retired from up north moved to Florida, and spent the rest of their life collecting seashells. He says, "Can you imagine that person standing before God and said, "Jesus, look at my collection of seashells", according to John Piper, that is a wasted life.
God has a purpose for your life. Don't waste your life.
Nolen Rollins, Founder & President of GPS Life Journey