I am the CEO of Lead to Impact LLC, a personal and organizational vision empowerment company. My purpose it to help bring out the color within people lives by encouraging, equipping and empowering them to realize and live out their God-designed vision.
This is my company’s blog website. It is designed to help inspire, train and coach individuals and organizations with vision discovery, leadership development, spiritual renewal, life purpose and team empowerment.
Several years ago, my life and way of thinking was changed by the power of realizing your personal and family vision. I was sitting at my desk at work wandering what was the deal with my life. I began to ask God, “Why were things going the way they were going”. ”Why was my life on a continuous roller coaster.” To be honest, I was having a good old fashion pity party because I thought no one had it as bad as me.
After several minutes of asking more why questions, I heard God speak to my heart in a still small voice. He simply said, “You need a vision for every area of your life.” I was shocked. I thought I was fine in this area because I had experienced some vision success in business, finances and family, but little did I know that there was a bigger vision God desired for me.
Over the next several weeks, I spent quality time praying and reflecting on the vision God desired for my life. I read and studied visionaries from the Bible, read books on personal vision and listened to others story about how they realized and achieved their vision. This intense search energized me to become more intent on realizing and living my unique vision.
As God revealed his vision plan, I sat down with pen and paper and began to write a clear vision in explicit details for my life, marriage and family. My vision focuses on the major areas of my life (spiritual, relational, physical, mental, social, financial & professional).
My goal with Lead to Impact is to create insightful, relevant content that you can put to work in your personal and professional life. If you desire to realize your vision or need the inspiration and encouragement to move your vision forward—then Lead to Impact is for you.
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I enjoyed a very successful career at Bluewater Ropes where I worked 11 years as Plant Manager, Quality Manager and General Manager/Director of Sales.
I obtained a ton of valuable leadership, management (personnel & sales) and customer service skills selling and producing climbing and rescue ropes. Currently, I am the National Sales and Quality Manager for Rescue Technology, a leading manufacturer and distributor of technical rescue equipment.
I also have a wealth of active leadership experience in ministry from serving in a small family church, helping start a ministry from the ground up and actively involved in a thriving mega ministry. I am most appreciative of the opportunity I had for five years of facilitating New Members class in the current ministry we attend.
The New Members Class allowed me to minister to over three thousand individuals and gave me great insight on the power of realizing and living out your God-designed vision. Currently, I serve on the Intercessory Prayer Team, Pre-Marital Counselor Team and a Worship Service Facilitator at Elizabeth Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA.
I have been married to my beautiful wife, Dana for over eighteen years and we have two wonderful boys, Jordan and Jalen, who will surely impact the world.
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