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How to Invite People into the Story You’re Telling
Jeff Shinabarger
By Jeff Shinabarger
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When we have great talent, we attract great talent. When we have attracted great talent, we create great results. When we have great results, we attract even greater talent. I’ve found when you do your best to tell and encourage great stories, the right characters keep showing up.

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The Best Thing I Do as a Business Owner
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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A fog is no good, especially if you’re a leader. People need you to have clarity, to know what the priorities are, to know where they fit in the mission and to be encouraged and reminded all the time. So, every few months (not on schedule, more like whenever the fog sets in) I step over to the white board and clarify everything I’m doing. Amazingly, when I’m done, life no longer feels complicated and all goals seem reasonable.

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What You’ll Find When You Stop Running
Al Andrews
By Al Andrews
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Our fears lead us to lonely and crazy places. We often run from the wrong things. Sometimes we end up fighting ridiculous battles against imagined enemies. Often what we fight or evade are the very things destined to bless us.

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Discovering Your Calling Won’t Make You Whole
By Andrea Lucado
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Why You Can’t Seem to Find Your Willpower
By Donald Miller
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Why Being Vulnerable is Leaving You Lonely
By Cadence Turpin
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The Character Trait That Pleased Jesus
By Donald Miller
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Finding Your Voice Doesn’t Happen Overnight
By Amena Brown Owen
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What I Learned From a Funeral I Haven’t Attended Yet
By Joshua Becker
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Grappling with Control and the Fear of Dying
By Donald Miller
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Getting Over My Guilt About Not Doing Christian Ministry
By Allison Vesterfelt
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