Here's the problem: you want to build a business, an organization, a church, or a body of work. Something that has long-term significance and impact. Yet it often feels like you’re forced to focus on short-term gains.
In this episode, we’ll introduce you to a way of leadership that is simpler, more elegant, less stressful… and more effective.
This week I want to talk about the promises made to Abraham and how they still belong to believers today.
God promised Abraham that he would be blessed to be a blessing. Some people argue that this just applies to “spiritual” blessings, but in this week’s episode I’ll propose to you that we are, in fact, “heirs of the world” – according to “the promise”.
Tip of the Week
I’ve discovered a new meditation app that is worth checking out, it’s called Headspace.
The cool thing about it is that it comes with little cartoon movies that demonstrate the principles of meditation and they are narrated by a guy with a fantastic British accent.
They offer a free 10-day trial, so it’s worth giving it a try.
Student Success Story
Our first student success story focuses on Jen Gordon. She is a talented landing page designer, marketer, and in her words…”a darn good listener.”
Jen used her creativity and her copy skills to create Hope Decks, a collection of 60 inspirational Bible verse postcards with custom artwork on every card.
If you’re looking for a meaningful gift of encouragement, you can’t go wrong with Hope Decks.
Feature Presentation: “Catch and Release Leadership: How to Start a Movement“
Recently a friend of mine asked me about my goal of fostering a movement on one million Kingdom-minded millionaires…he then reminded me of the book The Master Plan of Evangelism. It’s a manual for growing any type of organization.
It’s a small, but powerful book, and the basis for today’s episode.
Here are some highlights from our discussion…
- Sean’s Rant of the Week – Special Edition ([7:58])
- How to get your message everywhere ([29:15])
- The selection process ([30:50])
- The value of the inner circle ([31:45])
- Success from apparent failure ([33:05])
- The most successful movement in history ([34:03])
- Hang around time ([34:48])
- The Apprentice ([35:09])
- Transfer your skills ([35:43])
- Watch me ([36:08])
- Radical delegation ([37:12])
- Giving the right answer ([38:01])
- Caked in dust ([38:40])
- Putting it all together ([39:45])
- The stunning power of duplication ([43:44])
Resources Mentioned in This Episode
- Headspace Meditation App
- Jen Gordon
- Hope Decks
- The Master Plan of Evangelism by Dr. Robert E. Coleman
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