My Facebook friend had all the facts and arguments, but he still felt he lost. When he explained, I could see two points of error that could have turned the argument to a win.
I thought of three people when I read a business article in this morning’s paper: an artist, a writer, and a debater.
Jeff Goins is a writer…that’s his art. He has developed an entire business and career based on helping other writers do writing. That’s his tribe, you might say, and he does it particularly well.
Can’t wait to see them a few years from now. And in a few decades, the world will be a better place because of them.
I’ve learned more from Josh Taylor than any conference/curriculum on youth ministry has ever taught me. He has a lot to share with you…and here’s your chance to connect with him.
My life is about “action management,” bringing talented people to popularity using tools available to everyone. Blogging is a huge tool that will be a tremendous asset to bringing your talents to the world. My one-page on how to blog will be your first step to a successful blogging life.
I have a couple free downloads from the larger CD package, on sale through tomorrow. Consider, the attendees spent $179 tuition PLUS all the expense to travel to the conference. This is excellent material for a fraction of the cost.
“Not much” is a common answer to the common question we ask each other when meeting. When you think about it, this is extremely disappointing.
The ideas are flowing from this conference. I’ll be sharing these ideas with you in coming days, but for now, pictures speak many of these ideas.
We had a great time at the For Action Speakers Dinner last night. I passed out three logistical items to the speakers to prepare for the weekend. In a way, they were profound.