1. The Honest Broker
“Either you always keep your promises or you don’t.”
Seth Godin | Link
2. Are successful people nice?
“Nice or not, without a doubt you can still be a great leader — you just have to adjust your strategy.”
Art Markman, Harvard Business Review Blog | Link
3. Making media a pro-family event.
“So often technology feels like something that divides family members. How can we use it to unite us?”
Kara Powell, Fuller Youth Institute Blog | Link
4. Surviving church as a single
“We are mere days away from Valentine’s Day and I must share a brief confession. Single adults, I have failed you.”
Jon Acuff, Stuff Christians Like Blog | Link
5. What is at stake if you don’t succeed?
“If you want to accomplish big goals, you must have skin in the game.”
Michael Hyatt | Link
6. The power of knowing your story.
“Ever walked into a movie halfway through? You were likely scrambling your brain trying to figure out what’s happening on screen. If you were lucky you had a friend whisper in your ear to catch you up.”
Donald Miller | Link
7. Is perfectionism stalling your productivity?
“We’ve all been there … You sit down to write a post. You get the opening line down, but half-way through the second sentence, you go back to tweak the first. A bit further on, you decide to chop up the paragraphs you’ve done so far and rearrange them … but on second thought, is that really the better option? “
Darren Rowse, ProBlogger | Link
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