Monthly Archives: July 2011
I felt a bit like Kramer and Newman pushing the limits of the car’s ability to run on fumes. I made it to my destination. Did my work. But when I started to leave, the car would not start. I … Continue reading
Tom Rath’s StrengthsFinder 2.0 is hands down the most useful personal inventory I’ve ever taken. Forget the Myers Briggs, DISC, etc. Buy this little book, use the code inside, take a quick online test, get the results your results…be amazed. … Continue reading
When Abby Wambach, Hope Solo, Christie Rampone, and Alex Morgan closed their eyes last night, they saw the ball narrowly missing the goal, they heard the clanging from the collision of the ball and post, and the smelled the pitch from … Continue reading
Of all the professions destroyed by the internet, Travel Agencies must top the list. Individuals are now able to investigate, reserve, and manage their itineraries directly. I wonder if there isn’t another kind of “Christian Travel Agent” out there–the kind … Continue reading
Seth Godin suggests one of four things are in your way from doing something…anything: 1) You don’t know what to do 2) You don’t know how to do it 3) You don’t have the authority or the resources to do … Continue reading
You may have seen this “Big Business Org Chart” floating around the web (not sure of the originator). Makes me wonder what the “org chart” of church looks like/should look like.