For years now I’ve counted Michael Hyatt as a friend. Whenever I’m going through a career transition or considering a new book, Mike takes time to meet with me. I count that as a blessing because there are plenty of folks who’d like to meet with Mike. He was the CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers […]
If you live in or near Nashville or want to take a trip this weekend and join us at the Storyline Conference. A Storyline is a 65-page workbook containing three exercises and six modules that, once completed, will give you a full life plan. And add to that, the process is fun. At Storyline our […]
Ask yourself before your next major decision “If I were a character in a story, what decision would make the story more interesting?” You’ll be surprised at how differently you feel about the decision. You’ll weigh safety over excitement, risk over comfort. You’ll likely decide to love people more, quit your job, bring home roses, […]
Today’s guest post is by Justin Zoradi, who runs an nonprofit called These Numbers Have Faces. Justin has guest posted before and I hope we hear more from him in the future. Today’s guest post is about creativity, but to me it’s also about maturity. Justin elaborates on some of the thoughts in Andy Crouch’s […]
This year we have an amazing line up of special guests. We are still doing our flagship conference in the trendy Pearl District of Portland (early registration ends TOMORROW) and the following week we will be in Nashville, TN. About three weeks later, we will be in beautiful Santa Barbara and at each conference we […]
I’ve only had two friends (that I know about) who’ve looked me in the eye and told me lies. Both of them were trying to cover up mistakes. I certainly had grace for their mistakes, but I’ve wondered looking back if I didn’t have grace for their lies. Neither of these two friends are in […]
It’s a week of guest posts on the blog. But fear not, next week is already loaded with great, slightly controversial and certainly fun content. Today, another guest post from my long-time friend Bob Goff. I asked Bob months ago if, before his book Love Does comes out, I could feature some of the content. […]
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