All posts of Wes Saade

Three Principles for Mentoring Others

About my writing: My passion is to develop leaders who have eternity in mind with Jesus as their guide. To that end, I write about two topics. The first is leadership and character development. The second is Biblical principles through the lens of a leader. Recently, I met with a young professional who asked me […]
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Five Battles Leaders Must Win

About my writing: My passion is to develop leaders who have eternity in mind with Jesus as their guide. To that end, I write about two topics. The first is leadership and character development. The second is Biblical principles through the lens of a leader. To win in leadership, the weapon to hold onto is […]
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How to Keep Excitement High

About my writing: My passion is to develop leaders who have eternity in mind with Jesus as their guide. To that end, I write about two topics. The first is leadership and character development. The second is Biblical principles through the lens of a leader. I recently learned a leadership lesson: Excitement has a shelf […]
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Don’t Forget to Say Thank You

About my writing: My passion is to develop leaders who have eternity in mind with Jesus as their guide. To that end, I write about two topics. The first is leadership and character development. The second is Biblical principles through the lens of a leader. Between 2019 and 2022 our organization grew rapidly. The wonderful […]
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Three Things to Tell God

What I Learned from My Three-Year-Old about Talking to God About my writing: My passion is to develop leaders who have eternity in mind with Jesus as their guide. To that end, I write about two topics. The first is leadership and character development. The second is Biblical principles through the lens of a leader. […]
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Two Ideas to Make Your Leadership Powerful

These two ideas will upend your leadership—in a positive way! You can do it alone. You need others. The statements seem completely opposite to one another, but they are not. Let me explain. You can do it alone. What do Ghandi, Mandella, Martin Luther King Jr, and Mother Theresa all have in common? They were […]
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David’s Last Advice to Solomon

A Great King Charges His Heir to Seek and Serve God. About my writing: My passion is to develop leaders who have eternity in mind with Jesus as their guide. To that end, I write about two topics. The first is leadership and character development. The second is Biblical principles through the lens of a […]
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Keep Your Key Message on Repeat

Last year I met Jeff Henderson, a marketing executive who years ago worked with Truett Cathy, the venerable founder of Chick-Fil-A. Jeff described how during a leadership conference, Truett told his mangers, “I would like all of us to respond with the phrase my pleasure when a customer expresses appreciation.” Of course, this response has […]
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10 Principles for Sowing into the Lives of Others

As leaders should we seek to continuously deposit nuggets of truth into our people? Sometimes when we bare our heart, sharing and teaching, but see little results, sowing into the lives of others can feel like a waste of time. But we must not lose heart. If we expect that every single seed we sow […]
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Explaining Death to a Child

If you are a parent, you most certainly will have to face this arduous task at some point in the journey—telling your child about death. This was my wife and I’s first time… Today, our 10-week-old husky killed one of our chickens, an event that has not happened at our household before. I was on […]
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