Welcome To My Blog
Hi. My name’s Tim, and I develop lifelong leaders.
I love motivating, resourcing and equipping young leaders. From the moment I was chosen as “line monitor” in the third grade, I’ve had a love for leadership. I started this blog as a way to share my leadership resources, both for students and those who advise them.
I am inspired by the students who learn to lead by leading. I am honored to be among the thousands of adults out there who share this sacred task of preparing the next generation of leaders. You work in schools, churches, and in countless organizations. I’m grateful for my readers.
If you are a student leader or a student of leadership, this blog is written for you.
I try to post two to three times a week. My posts focus on personal growth, leadership development, and productivity. You can receive each post by email by clicking here or add me to your RSS reader by clicking here.
Who is Tim Milburn?
I live in Boise, Idaho – the best kept secret in the United States (so much more than potatoes). I have four kids: boy, girl, boy, girl. They are the best part of my life.
I work at Northwest Nazarene University as the Director of Campus Life. This means I get to continue to go to college but I don’t have to go to class. I spend my days hanging out with exceptional students and creating community.
When I’m not with my own students, I spend time with other people’s students. I get to train student leaders at a variety of conferences, retreats, and workshops. I love speaking at summer camps, talking to students about faith and their own formation. If you’re interested in having me speak to your students, visit my speaking page.
I wrote my first blog post on a previous blog on January 12, 2005. I love writing and creating resources. If you’d like to take a look at my books, ebooks, or leadership tools, visit my resources page.
I’m a Mac addict. I’m a P90X and P90X2 grad. I dabble in graphic design. Cut me and I’ll bleed Starbucks. And more than anything else, I love a good story.
There are a lot of different ways to get ahold of me. I list most of them on my contact page.
If you are a student leader or you advise student leaders, send me an email. I look forward to the conversation.