What if our only goal was to create surprises?

When we’re surprised it usually means we’re getting something we didn’t expect. Sometimes it can be negative, but what if we set out to create great surprises?

What if when someone requested a service from us not only did we give them what they asked for, but we gave them so much more?
What if instead of being upset because we have so many requests we got excited by so many opportunities to surprise?

Surprise is a reaction. It’s something we can create. Surprise says you went above and beyond. Surprise deters all the jaded, status quo attitudes that tend to creep into our spaces. Surprise lets us turn forms, maps, stages, etc all into art.

Too often we wish that our cultures “understood” or “desired” more creativity. When we choose to create surprises with every project we work on, we build that culture.

It’s about opportunity and what we do as artists with these precious moments. You can create just what was requested…or we can create some surprises!

Do you know how to convert your digital guests to attendees?

How will you connect digital guests and convert them to actual attendees? We are in the middle of the most disruptive season in history when it pertains to the methods of doing Church. The box that we have been using for the past 50 to 60 years broke in two weeks. So now what? This Video + PDF will help your team: – How to connect with digital guests – Ways to identify people online – How to move our new digital friends into a digital community.