How to fail

Seth Godin wrote something recently that I think is totally true. Successful people fail often, and, worth noting, learn more from that failure than everyone else. I have the opportunity to work with a ton of really healthy churches… and  I can tell you that this is a value in each and everyone one of 

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Are you famous?

Seth Godin writes:  Everyone is famous to 1,500 people. Some people are even famous to 3,000. And that’s a fascinating new phenomenon. When there are 3,000 or 10,000 or 500,000 people who think you’re famous…it changes things. The race to be slightly famous is on, and it’s being fueled by the social and tribal connections 

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Plans

“If your plan will only succeed if there is no turbulence at any time, it’s probably not a very good plan (either that or you’re not going anywhere interesting.)” -Seth Godin Link I learned this lesson again yesterday.  It really made me think about where I was going.  I sure DO want it to be 

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Decision Making

“A decision without tradeoffs isn’t a decision.  The art of good decision making is looking forward to and celebrating the tradeoffs, not pretending they don’t exist. —Seth Godin Uh… chew on that for a little bit today. Tweet Share Share Pin +1 Reddit StumbleTotal Shares 0

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