Category: Leadership

Leadership

Why Every Team Needs A Tillerman

My father, Dover Ford, Jr., who passed away the fall of 2015, and whose first name my son and I share today, served as a firefighter for the city of…

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When Yellow Means Stop

For over two decades after its first inception in 1890, the traffic light consisted of only two colors, and two primary functions when signaling pedestrians, carriages or motorists to pass…

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Know Your Boat

Although many inexperienced with the art and sport of sailing often describe the two of being the same, there are actually stark differences between a boat and a ship. For…

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Keep Pace

I’ll never forget when my wife alerted me that something strange was happening with the speedometer in our minivan. For some odd reason, the speedometer was reading as if it…

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Balancing vs. Alignment

For those who have ever had the privilege of owning a car that was approaching the 200,000 mile mark, they know doing so can come with a series of challenges….

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What About Bob?

The 2018 Winter Olympic are set to begin in just a few weeks, this time held in the South Korea county of PyeongChang. A total of 94 countries will be…

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ABOUT MILAN

With nearly 23 years of ministry leadership experience, D. Milan Ford serves as the Executive Director of Operations at Turning Point Church, located in McDonough, Georgia. A Clark Atlanta University and Disney Institute alumnus, Milan and his wife Imani are the parents of three children: Kayla, Aliyah and Ethan.