Laughing with Him

Sometimes God is hilarious. Hilarious in the way He orchestrates encounters, the way He satisfies needs before they are even voiced, the way He moves people in and out of our lives like actors in a beautifully written play, the way He forcefully prompts us when we are just a little too hesitant for His […]

A Few Things I Learned Today

Today was one of those days where I learned new things. I love learning new things. And maybe some of you love learning new things too, so I am sharing them with you so perhaps you can share in my “knowledgeable bliss.” 1. Mashable lists Michael Hyatt as one of the most influential twitterers shaping […]

Now, Discover Your Strengths

I feel like I go through seasons where everyone I know is talking about “StrengthsFinders.” And thankfully this is one of those seasons, because I love, love, love talking about Strengths. (Check out Spence talking about them here and Jenni talking about them here.) Here’s more information about StrengthsFinder from Strengths.Gallup.Com “Hide not your talents. […]

Heart. Breaking.

As I said, Catalyst overwhelmed. The whole conference was amazing. But for me, one moment stood out. One moment broke my heart. And thankfully they caught it on video. So grab some kleenex, set aside eighteen minutes, and watch this. I promise you will be glad you did. Catalyst 2009 Compassion Moment from Catalyst on […]

Catalyst ‘O9, Quick Highlights

I went into Catalyst with some incredibly high expectations. And I did not leave disappointed. I left exhausted, like every ounce of me (body, soul and mind) was stretched to the absolute limit, but not the slightest bit disappointed. Brad Lomenick and his team have certainly figured out how to produce a WOW event. As […]

Catalyst ’09, Here I Come

On Tuesday afternoon I am headed to Atlanta for Catalyst ’09. I can not wait. This will be my first “full” Catalyst experience (I attended the One Day this Spring) and I can’t wait to soak it in. The Catalyst Conference is the largest gathering of young leaders in the country, but it pains us […]

An Easy Way To Keep Track Of Your Favorite Blogs

Most of my “in real life” friends are not very into Social Media, Web 2.0, Blogging, Twitter, etc. Yep, they think I am kind of freaky, or more accurately geeky. But a few have even expressed interest in reading my blog but complain that they never know when I have posted something new. So…I thought […]

A Few Things Chris Brogan Reminded Me…

Last Thursday morning, I had the privilege of hearing Chris Brogan (@chrisbrogan), the New York Times bestselling author of Trust Agents, speak at an event was hosted by JTMarCom and Stage Post Productions which benefited Social Media Club Nashville. I soaked up a vast array of knowledge from Chris Brogan (literally I took six pages […]