8 Posts (in exchange) for Your Consideration

You probably haven’t read the hundreds of posts on this blog. I wouldn’t expect anyone (other than me) to do that. But because of the reverse chronology of blogs, there may be posts you’d find valuable buried back in the archives. Here are a few. 7 Reasons No One Likes Your Ideas Want to know ...

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A Way-Worthy Tribe 1

johnmoore of Brand Autopsy often cites whether a book is a Way-Worthy read or not. Seth Godin suggests good bloggers create tribes. I think that is why I haven’t been satisfied with this blog the last 2-3 years. It has not consistently been a way-worthy read and has not created a tribe. Realizing this, I ...

The Info and the Forum

MIT has a great resource including free videos of presentations made at MIT by an impressive line-up of speakers. Jack Welch, Jeffrey Bezos and Carly Florina just to name a few. I’ve known about this for a while and yet I’ve only watched one presentation video. If these speakers were making appearances here in Tulsa, ...

Birds of a Feather

A little Thursday update because I don’t know if I’ll blog tomorrow. Just got out of Kem Meyer’s session Got Blog? It was a great session. Yes, some of the material was basic, but that’s what the session description stated. Still, she shared some great advice to bloggers – novice and veteran alike. Also, I ...

Learning the Art of Faith and Art 2

This isn’t as profound as the title suggests. Next week, I’m attending a Chicago conference with a team from Liberty Church in Broken Arrow, OK.   It’s the Arts Conference at Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago’s suburb of South Barrington, IL. This will be my third time to attend one of their Arts Conferences.  It’s ...

When You Succeed… 2

When You Succeed...
…act like you’ve been there before.