Friday’s List | December 22

fridays-listEvery Friday I post a short list of the things I’m reading, listening to, loving and wrestling with:

Here’s what I’m reading right now:

10 Commitments of an Intentional Church – No Excuses for 2018!! by Bart Rendal. Start with this post! So good and very inspiring.

How To Avoid Ruining Your Christmas Break (A Post For Driven People) by Carey Nieuwhof. I needed this post. I bookmarked it for me, but maybe you need it.

CHECK YOUR LEADERSHIP LANGUAGE by Bobby Gruenewald. Fascinating. And convicting. Read at your own risk.

Grit over Genius: How to Make a Great 2018 by Dan Reiland. Great stuff to read right now as you get ready for 2018.

The 4 Kinds of Leaders Who Create the Future by Bill Taylor. Listen! This is a great article AND there’s a quiz to take. Love it!

Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals by Michael Hyatt. This is a great read! Don’t miss this one!

Here’s what I’m listening to:

Ryan Levesque—Better Questions, More Sales on the EntreLeadership Podcast. I am a huge fan of asking great questions. Levesque is a master at the art.

Protect Your Brain From Alzheimer’s, Dementia, & Memory Loss – With Dr. Steven Masley This is a great podcast! Very inspirational and motivating. HT @maclake

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck. Fascinating! I heard/read about this book from multiple VERY smart people. Glad I picked it up (on Audible).

All the Earth by The Belonging Co. So good! Wait until you hear Peace Be Still.

Quotes I’m wrestling with:

“When’s the last time you did something for the first time?” Garry Ridge, CEO WD-40

My own posts I hope you’re reading:

Beginning the Journey

About a decade ago I tripped across a diagram that has proven to be an excellent visual* to explain the process of getting to there. If I’ve used it once, I’ve used it at least a thousand times.

 

Top 5 Church-Wide Campaigns for 2018

Planning a church-wide campaign for 2018? If you’re thinking about fall, 2018, you’ve still got plenty of time. If you’re thinking about late winter or even spring…it’s time to decide!

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