Church leaders: I teamed up with good friend and church communications leader John Falke to discuss 9 ways to Avoid the Summer Slump. You don’t have to see attendance or giving decrease this summer.
Check out the replay and don’t let the summer get you down!
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Trying something new here on the blog. Going to share some short videos that are “Real time updates on the road to creativity and chasing your dreams.” Had an idea before a meeting this morning about my journey of writing a new book. Follow along as share the raw and real about creativity and chasing your dreams.
I’m finishing up a new book on creativity, chasing your dreams, doing work that matters. I’m looking for some people interested in being on a launch team. Let me know if that’s you.
If anything can get you ahead in the world today it would be this: less talking and more doing.
There are a lot (i.e. everyone!) of people talking. On TV. On the radio. On your Facebook Newsfeed. Twitter. SnapChat. Talking. Talking. Talking.
Don’t do this.
This is right.
This is wrong.
I am right!
You are wrong!
This is how you should do it.
This is what you should care about.
More of this.
Less of that.
Here’s the thing about talkers, they don’t get much done besides talking. The reason is simple, it’s difficult to get anything else done with you’re talking. My goal this year is less talking and more doing. More doing what I’m called to do. More creating. More writing. More learning. More reading. More time with family. More time playing with my kids. More time exercising. More time doing what will actually make an impact.
Talking about problems doesn’t do much to fix them.
Talking about writing a book doesn’t write it.
Talking about getting in shape doesn’t lose pounds.
Talking about your dreams doesn’t fulfill them.
If you have to choose either to talk about it or do something about it, then you should default to doing. This is how you really change the world.
What are you doing this week?