Friday Stream of Consciousness – 82
Jun07

Friday Stream of Consciousness – 82

Here are some things on my mind this Friday morning: I better be careful what I write because the government is reading this. Our church is involved in a remodel now. I used to be an agnostic when it came to church facilities, but was converted when I saw the difference such projects can make. Whether they do or not often depends on what kinds of improvements the church is making and whether they are well done or not. My observation...

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Friday Stream of Consciousness – 72
Mar15

Friday Stream of Consciousness – 72

Here are some things on my mind this Friday morning: I watched Gladiator while I was in Indianapolis earlier this week. It’s my favorite movie of all time. Joaquin Phoenix’s performance is ridiculously great. “AM I NOT MERCIFUL????????” Awesome. After a life of fanhood, I left the Denver Broncos for the San Diego Chargers upon the firing of Mike Shanahan. Since then, the Broncos have done everything they can to...

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Friday Stream of Consciousness – 68
Feb15

Friday Stream of Consciousness – 68

Here are some things on my mind this Friday morning: Maggie Smith says she’s never seen Downton Abbey? Say what? Rob Bell has a new book coming out. Those of you read this blog for a while know I wasn’t a fan of Love Wins, though I think Rob is one of the finest communicators I’ve ever seen. His new book is entitled, What we Talk About When We Talk About God. It’s due out on March 12. So, Valentine’s Day...

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The Importance of Pain Tolerance in Leadership
Jan15

The Importance of Pain Tolerance in Leadership

Here is a 2-minute coaching video from the interactive leadership experience: Breaking Through Imaginative Gridlock. The experience features interactive links, coaching video clips like this one, and nearly 10,000 words of text–all in an effort to enhance your capacity for vision. At present, Breaking Through Imaginative Gridlock is available on iOS devices. Simply download the free Leadia app, and then you can purchase the...

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My Top 10 Posts of 2012
Dec26

My Top 10 Posts of 2012

It’s that time of year again–the time for the top 10 lists of this and that. Accordingly, here are my top 10 posts of 2012. These top 10 posts were based on a cross-section of clicks and comments—weighted toward views on this blog (as opposed to my republication on syndicating web sites). With that in mind, here they are: 10. Why Should I Stay? A conversation between me and friend about whether he should stay in his...

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