4 Things The Bible Says About Your Creativity

Did you know that the bible references creativity 41 times? I had NO idea. I mean, I should have assumed since the Bible is a book about the character of the Creator but I just didn’t put it all together. Here are 4 things the Bible says about your creativity!   Gen 1:27 – “God…

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The Power Of Learning. 9 ways to get better.

We only get better when we stay committed to learning. As a creative, your work can be one of the biggest lessons to learn from. Too often we’re so busy we see right past our lessons in hopes of completing the task. Here are a few lessons your work is trying to teach you this…

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8 Lies You Must Stop Believing

Part of the resistance that we face when we sit down to try and create comes from the voices that tell us all the reasons why we can’t create. The pressure to “be creative” often derails us from creating. We have to confront these voices to disqualify them. A few of the voices that often…

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“Thats Good Enough” is never good enough

“Not everybody can be famous but everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service.” ― Martin Luther King Jr. When I worked at Cross Point, roughly every six or eight weeks, we would hold a meeting for potential music team volunteers. This meeting sets the expectations to join our team. Being on the music…

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Why You Lose Your Best Volunteers and Staff!

It hurts when people leave. It’s been said that people don’t quit organizations, they quit people. There are a million reasons why, over time, we can lose talented volunteers or staff members. Sometimes it’s circumstantial. Other times, it’s just a natural pattern of growth and development. But not always, and probably not often.  In reviewing…

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Do You Ever Question The Answer?

Part of digging in to the depth of great creativity and leadership is asking questions. Life is fast and busy so we often accept the first answer that is given…even if it is not the right answer. “Better to have an answer than have no answer”…but is it? Author Kent Healy has a theory that…

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