There are often crucial moments when we have an opportunity to be vision-casters with people, one-on-one. It may be a car ride making a visit, coffee with a fellow member, or a staff meeting with five extra minutes at the end. It begs the question, could I state my vision for my church if I only had a few floors to travel in an elevator with someone?
I’ve decided to connect with a lot of people in a lot of different ways. I also read a lot of stuff, mostly online but also in print. And I try to write and share great content along the way. The problem is, each of these is never-ending. In other words, there will always be something else to read, someone else with whom to connect, and more to write. Especially now.
I’ve just posted an article over at Social Media Today called It’s Still the Conversation That Matters. The idea is that, with all of our broadcasting, marketing, preaching, networking, and selling, conversation still matters more than most of the other factors we use to determine influence and success. So start talking, and go check out the article.
I posted four articles here and there over the course of the day:
At Big Is the New Small I wrote about the upside of the downside of leadership.