The Momentum Breakers vs. Momentum Makers Series

Are you a momentum breaker or a momentum maker? 

We hope you’ will be able to answer this question for yourself by the end of our two-part series on momentum. In this series, John discusses how momentum is a leader’s best friend, and then he walks through ten categories of momentum breakers and momentum makers. In each episode, John, Mark, and Richard touch on five categories of breakers and makers.

This is a crucial conversation for leaders. Even if you’re a momentum maker, you may have momentum breakers on your team. How do you work with and lead momentum breakers? How do you move from a breaker to a maker? These are all questions John, Mark, and Richard will discuss these questions and more in this series. 

Our BONUS resource for this series is a worksheet on momentum where , in which you can fill in the your notes as John teaches. We’ve also included an assessment at the very end of the worksheet to help you evaluate your personal momentum, as well as your organization’s momentum. You can download this resource by clicking the “Bonus Resource” button below.

8 thoughts on “The Momentum Breakers vs. Momentum Makers Series”

  1. New England’s miraculous comeback over Atlanta (sorry, John) in the Super Bowl was a lesson in the power of momentum (so was “Bama’s second-half turnaround against Georgia, Sorry again, John). Great teaching materials, great reminders, and all coming from the best leadership guru in the world! Thanks John!

  2. Wow did I need this. The night before our 1st Stonecroft Ministries Gather Dream and Go gathering of women in our area to dream of how our Lord wants us to share the gospel in new and/or traditional ways in our ministry!!

  3. Loving the podcasts. I downloaded them all via iTunes and listen in my car. I have to relisten when I get home as I cannot take notes while driving. Thoroughly enjoying it. Keep up the awesome work.

  4. Great content! Really learning a ton!

    PS. Just wanna point out that there are some words in the answer “Answers:” section that are missing or are not blanked in the worksheet. Maybe someone can revise in the next upload. Thanks! 🙂

    1. Hey Adrian! Glad you’re enjoying the podcast! Thank you for pointing that out. We’ll get it fixed ASAP.

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