Saturday, October 31, 2020

Hoarding Junk

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I have a hard time watching those hoarding TV shows.  Something about them just turns my stomach.  I can’t imagine what would possess someone...

My Dog and I Were Attacked and What I Learned From The Incident

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Image this: You’ve been cooped up inside because you’ve felt under the weather for four days. You finally start to feel better so you...

Social Media Best Practices for Churches

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I don’t see many churches using social media well. Two things in particular stand out to me: 1) A lot of times, it’s as if...

Three Common Approaches to Church Conflict and Why They Fall Short

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Conflict avoidance is a primary strategy for many people, especially in the church. “The world is full of conflict. Church should be...

Bo Schembechler On Teamwork

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The Chief Operating Officer for the organization I work for recently had the team watch a powerful, moving YouTube video about teamwork. The video...

9 Common Ways Companies Waste Money

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Looking for ways to cut company expenses? There could be ways in which you’re wasting money that you hadn’t even realized. Here are just...

Is Multisite on the Downslope?

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Recently, some high profile multisite churches made the decision to un-multisite. For a variety of reasons, their ministry strategy has shifted from “one...

Getting Clear on the Brand

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Kem Meyer and I have been friends and colleagues for a long, long time. Way back when, I hired her to fix our website...
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When Courage Isn’t Sexy

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There is a kind of courage authors use as their clay for the molding of a love story. It’s the same...

Things To Do When You Are Totally Bored

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Let’s face it, people are bored and scared.  The endless news reports keep you scared.  The endless limitations keep you bored.

The Can’t Miss Quality When Promoting From Within

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In today’s reality of shrinking budgets and uncertain futures, many organizations we are coaching are promoting leaders from within rather than making...