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Episode 555 – Second Chair Leadership with Tracy Reynolds

This week, TJ and Sam are joined by Pastor Tracy Reynolds. With a Doctorate in Strategic Leadership, Pastor Tracy shares about the importance of second chair leadership, how not to get caught up in comparison or your next career move, and how you can thrive in your leadership role regardless of position.

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About Pastor Tracy:
Tracy Reynolds is a leadership development author who has been in pastoral ministry for over forty years vocationally, serving lengthy tenures in three local churches. By day, he serves as Discipleship Pastor at Grace Fellowship Watkinsville and Campus Pastor at Grace Fellowship Madison. By night, he is an adjunct professor at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, GA and Richmont Graduate University. He holds a Doctor of Strategic Leadership from Regent University as well as masters and bachelors degrees in Music Education.

For more information on Second Chair Leadership: https://www.ctracyreynolds.com/


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