Quick and Simple Asset Mapping

This guide is a replacement to pages 55-56 of the Coaching 101 Handbook.  Asset-based thinking builds on the idea that God has given us everything we need to accomplish what we're called to accomplish.  In an asset-based conversation, you start by focusing on what you already have and then think intentionally and strategically about how to use what you've got.

Only after that point do you start thinking about what you don't have.  Asset-based thinking is powerful and launches leaders into God's kingdom armed with tools they can actually use!

Download Quick and Simple Asset Mapping here.

For more information, check out Luther Snow's website.  (Luther Snow is one of the foremost practitioners of asset-based thinking.  You should know him.)

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