Winning On Your Worst Day

No matter how much you take care of our minds and bodies it is inevitable that you will have an “off” day. A day when you can’t get into a healthy rhythm and accomplish all that’s on your list.

It’s okay to have an off day. You’re human. We all are. But just because you’re having an off day doesn’t mean that day is as a waste.

There is no secret formula to transform a loser day into a winner day. Anyone who tries to tell you there is is only fooling themselves. Being productive in the midst of a dry spell is all about team work. When Lebron James has an off night D-Wade is right there to pick up the slack.

Sharing the Love – October 17

This week Chuck Skoggins writes about the impact of the Church Certification Lab which happened this past week in Tennessee.

Craig Jarrow, the time management ninja, shares 10 ways that you can time with Siri on your iPhone.

Katie Allred found a great article that talks about what it takes to help your people become great managers.

Church Marketing Sucks shared a link to a very instructive post on the power of vision and effective communications.

Lastly, Michael Hyatt shares his thoughts on the inverse relationship of success and personal accessibility. This last one in particular is a topic I have wrestled with as I have always tried to balance the relationship of humility and accessibility. Michael’s thoughts are are good take on the same topic from a different perspective.

You Must Meet Pam

Discovering if a strategy is working isn’t complicated. Just ask your organization’s “fans.” Ask them what they like about your content and what they dislike. You will get first hand feedback of why what you’re doing is or is not effective. You’ve got to meet Pam and hear her story because she’ll tell you exactly […]

Celebrate Life Change – Why This Post Was Effective

You can post massive amounts of content on various social networks and receive very little, if any feedback. Truthfully, a lot of times content can be effective even if you don’t see the obvious signs of ROI. Very quickly I will breakdown why this post was effective content.

Dawn Nicole Baldwin

“Pressing send doesn’t mean that we’ve communicated.” – @dawnnicole

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Building a Strong Team that Won’t Break

I think in any leadership role the two biggest factors that will help your volunteers is relationship and direction. I say the word “direction” in the context of knowing what you would like them to do; or goal setting, not in a bark out orders type of direction. My name is Jon Cain and I […]

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Sharing the Love – October 10

Here are some standout tweets from September and October on Twitter. A sincere thank you to all those generating and sharing this content. It takes a lot of hard work and discipline to keep producing and we, the community, are really blessed through this content. Cheers!

Add 40 Facebook Likes in 30 Days

It doesn’t matter how many outlets you use to communicate, your audience must know where to find you. It doesn’t matter how good the design is. It doesn’t matter how eloquent the copy is. If they don’t know where to look, they won’t use it. For the month of July I decided not to assume […]