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Podcast Episode Eight: Accountability

Today, I have the special privilege of interviewing Dene’ Rosser, my lovely wife. In this episode, we discuss the fourth principle of building a cohesive leadership team from Pat Lencioni’s book, The Advantage. That principle is accountability. We specifically look at how the Holy Spirit holds us accountable in a gentle, peaceful and encouraging way. I also reference a principle from the book Searching For and Maintaining Peace by Jacques Phillipe. It is a great read. Works Cited Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012. Phillipe, Jacques. Searching for and Maintaining Peace: A Small Treatise On Peace of Heart. Staten Island, Society of Saint Paul, 2002.

-1 sJUN 17
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Podcast Episode Eight: Accountability

Podcast Episode Seven: Commitment

In today’s episode, we continue with our discussion on Pat Lencioni’s The Advantage. The book is about creating a healthy organization. We discuss specifically the third habit of building a cohesive leadership team, commitment. Jesus has built vulnerability-based trust with his disciples. He’s engaged in healthy conflict with his disciples. He allows his disciples to question him and suggest things to him without fear of punishment or reprisal. This leads him to making a decision-the Great Commission as seen in Matthew 28: 18-20-and His disciples both then and now committing to that decision. To highlight the effectiveness of that commitment and decision, I share three stories about former FOCUS missionaries committing to making disciples. Works Cited Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012.

-1 sJUN 10
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Podcast Episode Seven: Commitment

Podcast Episode Six: Conflict

In today’s episode, we talk about Jesus’ building healthy conflict with his “leadership team”, his twelve disciples. Jesus is able to engage in healthy conflict with his disciples because he has built vulnerability-based trust with them. We contrast building vulnerability-based trust with the opposite of this practice as seen in the Los Angeles Lakers. We also talk about how Jesus is like a “dream giver”. This is not in a phony way, but he does many times fulfill dreams that stem from our holy desires. The Scripture passages referenced in this episode are from the RSV and are Luke 1:41-49, John 6:60-69, Matthew 14:26-33, and John 16:16-20. Works Cited Holmes, Baxter. Lakers 2.0: The failed reboot of the NBA’s crown jewel. ESPN, 2019. Retrieved from http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26821790/lakers-20-failed-reboot-nba-crown-jewel Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012.

-1 sJUN 3
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Podcast Episode Six: Conflict

Podcast Episode Five: Vulnerability

In today’s episode, we jump into the book, The Advantage, by Pat Lencioni. The purpose of the book is to provide a blueprint for creating a healthy organization. Lencioni explains that the first step in building a healthy organization is building a cohesive leadership team. The first step in building a cohesive leadership team is building vulnerability-based trust. In order to examine vulnerability-based trust, we will look at the perfect and infinite leader, Jesus. Jesus is God, yet He became man. Talk about being vulnerable! Works Cited Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012.

-1 sMAY 27
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Podcast Episode Five: Vulnerability

Episode Four Point Five: Bonus Content with James Michael Rosser

In this brief podcast episode, we hear from a very special guest, our almost four-year-old James Michael Rosser about sand dollars, trains, and cows. Enjoy!

-1 s2018 JUL 11
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Episode Four Point Five: Bonus Content with James Michael Rosser

Episode Four: Ms. Go Give Discusses Motives

In today’s episode, we get to hear from my Mom, Barbara Allen-Rosser. Mom served as a television news anchor in Hartford, Connecticut, Washington D.C., Tulsa, Oklahoma (where she met my Dad), Fort Myers, Florida, and New York City. After a short stint in real estate and accounting, she has now been involved with Mary Kay Cosmetics for 28 years. In this episode, mom shares her advice about how she and my Dad thrived in their commuter marriage for over six years. The advice is helpful for those who are in a long-distance dating relationship, long-distance engagement, or long-distance marriage. Mom shares how her prayer routine helps her recharge the saw, specifically focusing on the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and her hour of prayer upon waking up in the morning. She also enjoys The New York Times and Wall Street Journal crossword puzzles, as well as reading. In the mindset minute, Mom shares how she led a campaign that raised $7 million for Holy Spirit Elementary School, a new Cathol...

-1 s2018 JUL 9
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Episode Four: Ms. Go Give Discusses Motives

Episode Three: An Executive’s Conversion Story

In today’s episode, we have the privilege of hearing from my dad and former Raycom Media Executive Vice President, Jeff Rosser. Prior to overseeing over a dozen local television stations around the country, Dad served as news director and general manager of several television stations including those in Tulsa, New York City, Boston, Birmingham, Dallas, Fort Smith, and Oklahoma City. Dad shares how he “recharges his saw” through golf. His “mindset minute” centers on his views on positive leadership and the importance of empathy in leadership. In our story segment, Dad shares his conversion story. We learn a couple of lessons in the story segment, specifically on how to evangelize. The three lessons are: The importance of patience and prayer in one’s conversion process How to respond when someone is in the curiosity threshold of conversion The importance of telling one’s story while evangelizing, specifically the story of how Christ has impacted your life The threshold idea com...

-1 s2018 JUL 2
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Episode Three: An Executive’s Conversion Story

Episode Two: Dene’, James, and Perseverance in Prayer

Thanks for listening to the Effective Catholic podcast! In this episode you will find: Recharge the saw: Dene’ talks about her love for sleep and how, at this point in her life, it helps her recharge. Mindset Minute: Tyler talks about learning some of the ins and outs of website building, blogging, and podcasting and how putting forth the effort in those areas has helped him grow his growth mindset. The Story: Dene’ talks about how she has persevered in prayer through the different changes of her life and tells a story about how St. John Neumann and St. Gerard had a hand in helping us conceive our first boy, James. Dene’ also mentions spiritual direction in the podcast. Dene’ and I have the same spiritual director. We’ve moved six times in eight years of marriage and we still have the same spiritual director from our first FOCUS posting in Dubuque, Iowa. We talk on Skype. Here is some practical advice from Jennifer Fulwiler about how to find a spiritual director. Here is a link...

-1 s2018 JUN 25
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Episode Two: Dene’, James, and Perseverance in Prayer

Episode One: The Four Dimensions

Welcome to the Effective Catholic Podcast! In this episode, you will find: Welcome Recharge the Saw-Reverse-seared steaks Mindset Minute-Dene’ passes her teaching tests The Story-Tyler learns how to apply the four dimensions: spiritual, physical, social, and intellectual

-1 s2018 JUN 19
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Episode One: The Four Dimensions
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Latest Episodes

Podcast Episode Eight: Accountability

Today, I have the special privilege of interviewing Dene’ Rosser, my lovely wife. In this episode, we discuss the fourth principle of building a cohesive leadership team from Pat Lencioni’s book, The Advantage. That principle is accountability. We specifically look at how the Holy Spirit holds us accountable in a gentle, peaceful and encouraging way. I also reference a principle from the book Searching For and Maintaining Peace by Jacques Phillipe. It is a great read. Works Cited Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012. Phillipe, Jacques. Searching for and Maintaining Peace: A Small Treatise On Peace of Heart. Staten Island, Society of Saint Paul, 2002.

-1 sJUN 17
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Podcast Episode Eight: Accountability

Podcast Episode Seven: Commitment

In today’s episode, we continue with our discussion on Pat Lencioni’s The Advantage. The book is about creating a healthy organization. We discuss specifically the third habit of building a cohesive leadership team, commitment. Jesus has built vulnerability-based trust with his disciples. He’s engaged in healthy conflict with his disciples. He allows his disciples to question him and suggest things to him without fear of punishment or reprisal. This leads him to making a decision-the Great Commission as seen in Matthew 28: 18-20-and His disciples both then and now committing to that decision. To highlight the effectiveness of that commitment and decision, I share three stories about former FOCUS missionaries committing to making disciples. Works Cited Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012.

-1 sJUN 10
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Podcast Episode Seven: Commitment

Podcast Episode Six: Conflict

In today’s episode, we talk about Jesus’ building healthy conflict with his “leadership team”, his twelve disciples. Jesus is able to engage in healthy conflict with his disciples because he has built vulnerability-based trust with them. We contrast building vulnerability-based trust with the opposite of this practice as seen in the Los Angeles Lakers. We also talk about how Jesus is like a “dream giver”. This is not in a phony way, but he does many times fulfill dreams that stem from our holy desires. The Scripture passages referenced in this episode are from the RSV and are Luke 1:41-49, John 6:60-69, Matthew 14:26-33, and John 16:16-20. Works Cited Holmes, Baxter. Lakers 2.0: The failed reboot of the NBA’s crown jewel. ESPN, 2019. Retrieved from http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26821790/lakers-20-failed-reboot-nba-crown-jewel Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012.

-1 sJUN 3
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Podcast Episode Six: Conflict

Podcast Episode Five: Vulnerability

In today’s episode, we jump into the book, The Advantage, by Pat Lencioni. The purpose of the book is to provide a blueprint for creating a healthy organization. Lencioni explains that the first step in building a healthy organization is building a cohesive leadership team. The first step in building a cohesive leadership team is building vulnerability-based trust. In order to examine vulnerability-based trust, we will look at the perfect and infinite leader, Jesus. Jesus is God, yet He became man. Talk about being vulnerable! Works Cited Lencioni, Pat. The Advantage: Why Organization Health Trumps Everything Else. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2012.

-1 sMAY 27
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Podcast Episode Five: Vulnerability

Episode Four Point Five: Bonus Content with James Michael Rosser

In this brief podcast episode, we hear from a very special guest, our almost four-year-old James Michael Rosser about sand dollars, trains, and cows. Enjoy!

-1 s2018 JUL 11
Comments
Episode Four Point Five: Bonus Content with James Michael Rosser

Episode Four: Ms. Go Give Discusses Motives

In today’s episode, we get to hear from my Mom, Barbara Allen-Rosser. Mom served as a television news anchor in Hartford, Connecticut, Washington D.C., Tulsa, Oklahoma (where she met my Dad), Fort Myers, Florida, and New York City. After a short stint in real estate and accounting, she has now been involved with Mary Kay Cosmetics for 28 years. In this episode, mom shares her advice about how she and my Dad thrived in their commuter marriage for over six years. The advice is helpful for those who are in a long-distance dating relationship, long-distance engagement, or long-distance marriage. Mom shares how her prayer routine helps her recharge the saw, specifically focusing on the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and her hour of prayer upon waking up in the morning. She also enjoys The New York Times and Wall Street Journal crossword puzzles, as well as reading. In the mindset minute, Mom shares how she led a campaign that raised $7 million for Holy Spirit Elementary School, a new Cathol...

-1 s2018 JUL 9
Comments
Episode Four: Ms. Go Give Discusses Motives

Episode Three: An Executive’s Conversion Story

In today’s episode, we have the privilege of hearing from my dad and former Raycom Media Executive Vice President, Jeff Rosser. Prior to overseeing over a dozen local television stations around the country, Dad served as news director and general manager of several television stations including those in Tulsa, New York City, Boston, Birmingham, Dallas, Fort Smith, and Oklahoma City. Dad shares how he “recharges his saw” through golf. His “mindset minute” centers on his views on positive leadership and the importance of empathy in leadership. In our story segment, Dad shares his conversion story. We learn a couple of lessons in the story segment, specifically on how to evangelize. The three lessons are: The importance of patience and prayer in one’s conversion process How to respond when someone is in the curiosity threshold of conversion The importance of telling one’s story while evangelizing, specifically the story of how Christ has impacted your life The threshold idea com...

-1 s2018 JUL 2
Comments
Episode Three: An Executive’s Conversion Story

Episode Two: Dene’, James, and Perseverance in Prayer

Thanks for listening to the Effective Catholic podcast! In this episode you will find: Recharge the saw: Dene’ talks about her love for sleep and how, at this point in her life, it helps her recharge. Mindset Minute: Tyler talks about learning some of the ins and outs of website building, blogging, and podcasting and how putting forth the effort in those areas has helped him grow his growth mindset. The Story: Dene’ talks about how she has persevered in prayer through the different changes of her life and tells a story about how St. John Neumann and St. Gerard had a hand in helping us conceive our first boy, James. Dene’ also mentions spiritual direction in the podcast. Dene’ and I have the same spiritual director. We’ve moved six times in eight years of marriage and we still have the same spiritual director from our first FOCUS posting in Dubuque, Iowa. We talk on Skype. Here is some practical advice from Jennifer Fulwiler about how to find a spiritual director. Here is a link...

-1 s2018 JUN 25
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Episode Two: Dene’, James, and Perseverance in Prayer

Episode One: The Four Dimensions

Welcome to the Effective Catholic Podcast! In this episode, you will find: Welcome Recharge the Saw-Reverse-seared steaks Mindset Minute-Dene’ passes her teaching tests The Story-Tyler learns how to apply the four dimensions: spiritual, physical, social, and intellectual

-1 s2018 JUN 19
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Episode One: The Four Dimensions
the END
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