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Uncommon Leadership: A Conversation with Catalyst’s Tyler Reagin

Uncommon Leadership: A Conversation with Catalyst’s Tyler Reagin

When was the last time you went to church?  If you fall in line with most statistics it may not have been recently.  Or maybe you attend three days a week.  Even so, at best, church growth is stagnant. At worst it’s in a free fall.  Research recently released by Barna suggests that while most […]

I’m Not Slacking!  What Others See as Slacking Is Often Pursuit of Purpose

I’m Not Slacking! What Others See as Slacking Is Often Pursuit of Purpose

Any person who bears the title of online or digital creator, writer, blogger, entrepreneur, speaker, business owner, publicist, promoter, branding expert, social entrepreneur, or is otherwise called a creative or leader can relate.  Family or friends see you glued to your smart device or laptop half-jokingly refer to your inability to separate. Lighthearted quips, pleas […]

5 Lessons for Creatives from David Bowie’s Remarkably Prolific Journey

5 Lessons for Creatives from David Bowie’s Remarkably Prolific Journey

Today, I’m taking a break from leadership, learning, and personal stories of life to offer some encouragement to other creatives out there in light of the death of entertainment icon, artist, and fellow creative, David Bowie. In memoriam of David Robert Jones, aka David Bowie (1947-2016) The news of David Bowie’s death left an empty […]

Hard Work Pays Off. Farewell 2015!

Are you chasing your dreams?  Hard work pays off. Just remember to  run in your work boots. In 2014 I released an indie book, “Purple People Leader” on my own just for the sake of saying I did so, though the message is hugely important to me.  At that time, I committed to pursuing whatever […]

How are you Smart? Wise Families Celebrate Different Kinds of Smart

How are you smart? Today’s Learning Guest Post is written by “Intentional Parenting” blogger and faith-based author Carole Sparks.  I love it when everyday families make learning an everyday conversation.  Carole’s family sat down together for a family discussion on what it means to be smart, and the results almost channel “Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences” […]

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