brief Q debrief
What an incredible time in Atlanta at Q! Loved getting to hang out with Kingdom-minded people. David Park of NextGenerAsianChurch.com and I sat down to chat for 15 minutes about the past 55-hour experience at Q, and what it was about, how they did it, and what we loved. Listen to the conversational debrief:
Props to Gabe Lyons and Jeff Shinabarger for taking a huge step of faith to chase their dream for putting something together like this! BTW, confirmed first-hand with Jeff that Q was indeed inspired by TED.
Now that I’m blogging a day after all the high-energy fast-paced intense presentations and conversations, my throat hurts a bit from so many conversations (though I’m still here wanting more), and feeling a bit of the subtext for the celebration of entrepreneurship. Wondering out loud, I’m not sure what this means for the majority of people in this world who are not entrepreneurs.
Extra gratitude to David Park and his wife for opening their home to me for a couple of nights for very comfortable sleep.
[update] Duncan McFadzean (who came over the pond from Great Britain) over at “What’s your point caller?” posted his post-Q debrief, with highlights and not-so-highlights. I myself am hesitant to give any feedback that’d be remotely perceived as negative, because it was such a brilliant and outstanding effort. Excellent Q note-taking over at SBC Outpost, even generating 70+ comments on 1 post. Big Q photo set over at Aaron Linne’s Flickr.