Tagged: people

Thanksgiving for people in my life

Thanksgiving for people in my life

Gratitude can’t be disconnected. Thanks has to be given to someone. And, I want to give thanks for someone, for a lot of people in my life, the ones who have made the greatest difference and positive impact in my life. As...

The need for Context and Voice. new eBook.

The need for Context and Voice. new eBook.

This is a conversation I want to engage. And Vince Marotte has fired the first shot. It won’t be the last. The church has a big glaring communication problem and Vince calls it out with his first eBook, Context and Voice: Communication...

How to survive big changes in a church

How to survive big changes in a church

Through my work with Leadership Network, I’ve had incredible times to connect with church leaders all around the United States, and even a few around the world. I love to connect people to people and people to resources. The resource I want...

how a conference can change your life

how a conference can change your life

With so many conferences in the world, I’m often asked which one to go to. After attending a few conferences, some people begin to discover the value of these gatherings extend beyond the keynote talks and seminar lectures. What’s even more life-changing...

How much leadership can a person have?

How much leadership can a person have?

Swimming in a sea of leadership books, blogs, and programs, I’m frankly quite conflicted about what exactly is leadership. Sure there are a ton of aspects to developing and being a leader: skills, competency, character, knowledge, attitude, chemistry, discipline, passion, vision, relating,...

When labels like introvert and extrovert don’t work

When labels like introvert and extrovert don’t work

Earlier this week, I put an anonymous poll out to my peeps, with this simple question: “For those who know me from offline or online, how much of a people person am I?” I don’t think of myself as the consummate people...

changing family traditions

changing family traditions

It’s a holiday season. That means lots of time for movies. On one channel, they had a whole hour of trailers from movies about Christmas. I think I read once that more movies made about this holiday than any other. This week...

networking happens, sometimes

networking happens, sometimes

Networking is one of the buzz words swirling around the business world, career development, job searching, personal development, and even among vocational religious professionals. Experts know how valuable it is, people will concur that it’s valuable, but few people actually know how...