Tonight, as my kids were watching a VeggieTales movie, I was in another room thinking and planning my family’s future. Because we’re in the middle of transition and are planning to move within the next several months, I’ve been working…
This isn't about performance. Instead it's about passion. Marcus Buckingham's research suggests that only 2 out of 10 people can agree with the statement, "People recognize what I do well and push me to become better and better at it." Are you in the 20% that agree?
Preparation is critical, but not if you're just going to gather and prepare facts. Preparing your heart is more critical.
Powerpoint isn't the reason your slides suck. Powerpoint is just a tool. How you use it is critical. The rule of thirds can help.
There's a huge difference between practicing (which is essential) and talking about practicing (which is a waste of time).
If it's important to you, it should come across that way, right? So what does it tell your audience when you're staring straight down at your notes?
As two churches have begun exploring a merger potential, I've been helping and taking notes.
Some stories just don't belong together. And when you try to combine them, they get ruined. How many stories will you live in?
More and more, people are ignoring the deluge of marketing that you may be investing in. What will you do about it?