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.
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— Chuck Scoggins (@chuckscoggins) October 18, 2013
What does Siri do for you? “10 Ways to Save Time with Siri on Your iPhone” http://t.co/boznXxU2MH
— Craig Jarrow (@TMNinja) October 11, 2013
— Katie Allred (@katiejallred) October 12, 2013
My church’s attendance doubled in two years. Why? Because we focused on our ‘why.’ http://t.co/nNveU1OUwD KH
— ChurchMarketingSucks (@cmsucks) October 11, 2013
Like it or not, the more successful you are, the less accessible you must become. http://t.co/WKdNpMSFGV
— Michael Hyatt (@MichaelHyatt) October 9, 2013