I am extremely thankful today for things you probably take for granted.
Read this. Your coworkers will thank you.
I can’t handle the Pope. Maybe that’s a good thing.
Dads and kids are often flummoxed by the question, “What should we do?” So let’s solve that question together.
On Saturday, we had about 80 people over for a birthday party for our kids. We have parties that big or bigger a few times a year. And we frequently have over 20 people rock up for an event. We love people, and we love parties. But parties are a lot of work. Here’s how […]
Read one tip for getting much more done today than yesterday, from Adam Jeske at ExecutingIdeas.com.
No one wants to get barfed on. So knock it off, says Adam Jeske on his blog, Executing Ideas.
Yesterday, I wrote a post about why we wrote our book. Today, I want to share how I think about self-promotion, about marketing a project that’s very much about my wife and me. I’ve heard people say… “I’m just can’t talk about myself like that.” “I’m afraid of rejection.” And most damning, “It feels icky.” […]
My first book is coming out in a couple weeks (This Ordinary Adventure: Settling Down Without Settling). I co-wrote this book with my lovely wife, who wrote another book a couple years ago. I helped as a quasi-agent for that project. We also write a biweekly column for Relevant and contribute to their print magazine. […]
There is a quiet movement afoot. Last week, 120 younger leaders in the evangelical movement got together in Madison, WI. I was privileged to be one of them. This was the first of several “younger leader gatherings” that the Lausanne movement is pulling together in each of the regions of the world. We started from […]