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You Are Always People Away from Your Objectives You Are Always People Away from Your Objectives
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You Are Always People Away from Your Objectives

Posted by Regi Campbell on February 14, 2019

My new friend David ended our interview for the iDisciple podcast by asking me this question . . . “So, what’s the number one piece of advice you’d give leaders?” I thought a quick minute, then I said . . . “We are always people away from our objectives.” Puzzled, he asked for an explanation….

Creep Out, Don’t Leap Out Creep Out, Don’t Leap Out
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Creep Out, Don’t Leap Out

Posted by Regi Campbell on February 7, 2019

I tend towards a try it, do it, fix it mentality. My wife says my mode is ready-fire-aim. One of my business colleagues used to quote General George Patton who S. said . . . “A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed next week.” And another of my favorites, this one attributed…

Do People Want What You Have? Do People Want What You Have?
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Do People Want What You Have?

Posted by Kevin Harris on January 28, 2019

 Imagine for a minute a world without movie advertising . . . no previews or trailers . . . no social media posts . . . no billboards or posters. Just the name of the movie and showings listed in the newspaper or on a website. Would we still go to the movies? Would we…

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Dayenu

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 22, 2018

A few years back, a friend of mine died unexpectedly, and I was asked to say a few words at his memorial service. The guy was loved by a lot of people, and everyone felt sort of cheated that he’d died relatively young with so much ahead of him. A couple of days before the…

Hungry Churches Hungry Churches
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Hungry Churches

Posted by Trey Brush on September 13, 2018

Today’s post comes from Radical Mentoring’s Manager of Church Relationships Trey Brush . . . Hang around me for more than five minutes, and you’ll probably notice a few of my passions. Besides my walk with Jesus and my family, there are two big ones: running and the local church. Over the years, I’ve coached…

What Are Your ‘Wants’? What Are Your ‘Wants’?
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What Are Your ‘Wants’?

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 16, 2018

Storytelling and screenwriting begin with the question “Who are they and what do they want?” The main character has to want something if it’s going to be an interesting story. For it to be an epic story, they have to want something big and important . . . and be willing to take an extraordinary…

Six Months In . . . Just Like That Six Months In . . . Just Like That
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Six Months In . . . Just Like That

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 5, 2018

Check your calendar. The 4th of July was yesterday. June 30th has come and gone. The first six months of 2018 are over. Just like that. A couple years ago, I read an interesting article about time perception. It’s stuck with me because people my age constantly yak about how fast “life is slipping away.”…

When You Lose Your Belief When You Lose Your Belief
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When You Lose Your Belief

Posted by Regi Campbell on May 31, 2018

There’s a finite amount of belief in a person. You can’t create more belief. You can move your belief around, believe more of one thing and less of another, but each human has a unique capacity for belief. Here are a couple of controversial examples. Colin Kaepernick lost his belief in standing for the national…

Intimacy with God Intimacy with God
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Intimacy with God

Posted by Regi Campbell on January 25, 2018

Relational intimacy grows in direct proportion to the amount and quality of time we spend with another person. This applies to our friends, our spouses, our kids, even to God. If we spend unhurried time with God, not just talking but listening, we can begin to relax in our relationship with Him and really get…

Gratitude: The Only Sure Cure for Anxiety Gratitude: The Only Sure Cure for Anxiety
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Gratitude: The Only Sure Cure for Anxiety

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 23, 2017

“The American holiday of Thanksgiving traces its roots all the way back to 1621, when colonists held a harvest feast with local natives. In 1861, Abraham Lincoln declared an official Thanksgiving day in late November. In the 1930s, President Franklin Roosevelt attempted to move the holiday a few days earlier, but after widespread discontent, eventually…

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