A Quick Bio of Justin McCorkle

Sometimes the people who seem most helpful are also the most broken.

A man who has not passed through the inferno of his passions has never overcome them. As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being. Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.

-Carl Jung

Thanks for checking out Love in Leadership. This site represents a very personal journey and evolution of leadership roles and mentality that I am hopeful will benefit others. Each of us is more than we can give in a few resume words. We are also more than our experiences. We are our personality, experiences, purpose, epiphanies, passions, failures, and successes-- all on top of the eternal spark of the Divine imparted to us. As you read the snippets of experience below, please remember that every person is much more than could ever be written in a bio. Thank you!

-Justin McCorkle

Business Leadership Experience

Currently serving as the Director of Business Development for Tuearis Cyber, the "Best Mid-Market Cybersecurity Company -American Southwest 2019" (U.S. Business News)

Develops marketing campaigns, establishes and maintains strategic partnerships, oversees the sales program, and guides company culture through vision sharing and weekly company-wide motivational meetings

Ministry Leadership Experience

Full-Time preacher for 12 years

One of the churches was in the country's top 5% for organic growth in its faith family

Involved in Co-Authoring 3 books

Authored over a dozen study books

Invited to deliver leadership and discipleship training at numerous events across the nation

Political Leadership Experience

Campaign Director (East Texas) for a Texas Gubernatorial Candidate

Campaign Coordinator and Political Speech Writer for a Texas State Representative

Volunteer County Coordinator for a United States Congressman

Seated delegate at three State level party conventions

Those are a few successes, but I have quite a list of failures as well. 

I've learned more about myself through personal failures than personal successes. Ironic, isn't it, that the things that have made us better are also often times the things we are most ashamed of. 

It is far easier to learn from the failures of others, but it is far better to learn the hard way than to not learn at all. While I'll never be proud of how I have failed, I hope that we can all be proud of how we have grown. The blog is a great place to be involved in the sharing of our failures and lessons learned!

You are more than a bio.

A self-produced biography is  favorably biased at best. It is natural for all of us to want to be appreciated and respected by others. However, we truly get to know one another through intimate interactions. I invite you to the consider the Love in Leadership blog for real leadership discussions, challenges, failures, and purpose!